Posted on 30/10/2014 by matisak
British FM Philip Hammond visits Slovakia today. Could you please shortly evaluate the position of the UK in the EU? Does Britain have at this moment some natural allies in the EU especially in terms of PM David Cameron’s efforts to reform the EU? Read few comments.
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Posted on 28/10/2014 by matisak
In Cold War, U.S. Spy Agencies Used 1,000 Nazis, NY Times article says. How morally problematic or unproblematic do you find the fact the the US was using Nazis? Would you say that this fact still deserve some public attention? Read few comments.
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Posted on 21/10/2014 by matisak
After the hearings of Commissioners and ahead of the vote in the EP I would like to ask about your impressions. What the hearings and surrounding events tell us about the future of the Commission and relation between EU institutions in your opinion? Read few comments.
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Posted on 20/10/2014 by matisak
The Swedish military launched a major search operation after sightings of an unidentified vessel. Russia denies it its submarine.
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Posted on 19/10/2014 by matisak
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Posted on 11/10/2014 by matisak
As Kim Jong-un is “missing” there are many speculations surrounding what is going on in North Korea. But one thing seems obvious to me. Though Kim is invisible (for whatever reason) the regime is working without visible problems. Do you agree or do you see some cracks in the regime? Read few comments.
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