Posted on 31/07/2012 by matisak
Posted on 30/07/2012 by matisak
It seems the society is polarized. PM Victor Ponta said, with a clear reference to Basescu, that he thinks that any politician who willingly ignores 9 million votes is out of touch with reality. On the other hand Traian Basescu says that he will try and generate a sentiment of reconciliation in society.
Filed under: Europe, Politics, Uncategorized | Tagged: Cristian Ghinea, EU, Europe, European Union, Politcs, Romania, Sergiu Miscoiu, Traian Basescu, Victor Ponta | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 29/07/2012 by matisak
The EU boosts humanitarian aid for needs in Sudan and South Sudan by €40 million.
Filed under: Africa, Politics | Tagged: Africa, Alex Thurston, Conflict, David Shinn, Eric Reeves, EU, Jonathan Temin, Politics, South Sudan, Sudan, Zachariah Mampilly | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 28/07/2012 by matisak
Romania holds a referendum Sunday on impeaching a suspended President Traian Basescu. Regardless of the result would you say the referendum can solve anything, or not and why?
Filed under: Europe, Politics | Tagged: Europe, Politics, Romania, Sergiu Miscoiu, Traian Basescu, Victor Ponta | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 27/07/2012 by matisak
Posted on 26/07/2012 by matisak
Filed under: Security, Terrorism, United Kingdom | Tagged: United Kingdom, Terrorism, Security policy, Security, Adrian Guelke, David Lowe, London Olympics, Christian Cullen, Scott White, Will Jennings | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 25/07/2012 by matisak
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Jacques Rogge led a tribute in the athletes village in London on Monday. But IOC has refused to make it a part of the opening ceremony.
Filed under: History, Israel, Middle East, Politics | Tagged: Ahron Bregman, Israel, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Olympic Games, Palestine, Politics, Terrorism | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 24/07/2012 by matisak
According to Iranian media reports Iran breaks up nuclear assassination cells. And President Shimon Peres said that Iran is in an open war with Israel.
Filed under: Iran, Israel, Politics, Security | Tagged: Barbara Slavin, Iran, Israel, Jamsheed Choksy, Michael Rubin, Rouzbeh Parsi, Security, Security policy | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 23/07/2012 by matisak
Cuban dissident Oswaldo Payá (1952 – 2012) died in car crash. Rosa María Payá, his daughter, told CNN en Español: They wanted to do harm and they ended up killing my father.
Filed under: Latin America, Politics | Tagged: Cuba, Oswaldo Payá, Wayne Smith | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 20/07/2012 by matisak
He may be more interested in Western-style entertainment than his predecessors but this does not mean any real opening or fundamental change in the regime.
Filed under: North Korea, Politics | Tagged: Charles Armstrong, Kim Jong-un, North Korea, Virginie Grzelczyk | Leave a Comment »