Posted on 02/09/2014 by matisak
Posted on 29/08/2014 by matisak
It seems that Polish PM Donald Tusk is a favorite for taking over the post of President of the European Council. New CEE member states claimed in July that they want one of the EU top jobs. Would you say that the new member states somehow “deserve” one of the top jobs? Read few comments.
Filed under: EU politics, Europe, Politics | Tagged: CEE, Donald Tusk, EU, EU politics, European Council, European Union | Leave a comment »
Posted on 26/08/2014 by matisak
So we have official candidates for EU High Rep. with Kristalina Georgieva, Federica Mogherini and Radek Sikorski. It still can happen that the job will go to another person, and The Financial Times claims it will go to Mogherini, but if you look at those three candidates are they all up to this job in your opinion or not, in general is it a good roster? Read few comments.
Filed under: EU politics, Europe, Politics | Tagged: EU politics, Europe, European Union, Federica Mogherini, Foreign policy, Kristalina Georgieva, Politics, Radoslaw Sikorski | Leave a comment »
Posted on 25/08/2014 by matisak
French PM Manuel Valls submits resignation of his government over Economy Minister Arnaud Montebourg’s comments could you comment on if Valls action was basically inevitable and whats next in your opinion?
Filed under: Europe, Politics | Tagged: Europe, European Union, François Hollande, France, Politics | Leave a comment »
Posted on 24/08/2014 by matisak
Martin Sandbu, economics leader writer for the Financial Times in “The euro is a scapegoat for the blunders of politicians.”
Filed under: Economics, Irregular quote of the day, Politics | Tagged: Economy, European Union, Eurozone, Politics | Leave a comment »
Posted on 22/08/2014 by matisak
Posted on 21/08/2014 by matisak
Killers of US journalist James Foley must be brought to justice. But how much could finding exactly who killed Mr. Foley impact a broader effort to root out the Islamic State? Read few comments.
Filed under: Security, Terrorism | Tagged: Conflict, ISIS, Islamic State, James Foley, Terrorism, Violence | Leave a comment »