Posted on 31/08/2012 by matisak
Admiral James Stavridis, Nato’s Supreme Allied Commander Europe says: Recent attacks conducted from within the Nato-Afghan security partnership are certainly troubling. That is why we are taking concrete action to ensure we reduce the potential for these incidents in the future.
Filed under: Afghanistan, Military, Politics, Security | Tagged: Afghanistan, Charly Salonius-Pasternak, David Isby, Michael O'Hanlon, Military, Security, Stephen Tankel, Taliban | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 30/08/2012 by matisak
This is the best result for conservatives in four-year high. What are the main reasons for the CDU/CSU popularity? Will it last as the elections will take place in one year?
Filed under: Europe, Politics | Tagged: A. James McAdams, Angela Merkel, CDU/CSU, Ed Turner, Europe, Germany, Politics | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 27/08/2012 by matisak
According to Der Spiegel report Angela Merkel wants convention to draw up new EU treaty. German Chancellor denied the report, but she still emphasized the need for EU member states to think about how to move forward.
Filed under: EU politics, Europe, Politics | Tagged: Angela Merkel, Benjamin Leruth, Christian Schweiger, Cristian Ghinea, EU, EU politics, Europe, European Union, John O’ Brennan | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 26/08/2012 by matisak
R.I.P. Neil Armstrong (August 5, 1930 – August 25, 2012), he was the first person to walk on the Moon.
Filed under: History, Science | Tagged: Future, History, John Logsdon, Mike Gruntman, Neil Armstrong, Science, Space, Space exploration, Steven Schneider | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 26/08/2012 by matisak
The Republican National Convention will begin on Tuesday, August 28. Originally it was scheduled on Monday, but they rescheduled it because of storm Isaac.
Filed under: Politics, United States, US politics | Tagged: David McCuan, Democrats, GOP, Josh Clinton, Politics, Republicans, Richard Benedetto, RNC, Russell Renka, Ryan Enos, Steven Greene, United States | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 24/08/2012 by matisak
Norway jails Anders Breivik for maximum term, 21 years. A short interview with Jean-Yves Camus, Political Analyst, Research Fellow, Institut de Relations Internationales et Stratégiques (IRIS) follows. Camus is an expert on the right-wing extremism.
Filed under: Europe, Politics, Security, Terrorism | Tagged: Anders Breivik, Europe, Extremism, Jean-Yves Camus, Norway, Right-Wing Extremism, Terrorism | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 23/08/2012 by matisak
It seems we can not expect any solutions from these meetings, but what kind of message these three politicians in your opinion try to present to their counterparts and to public?
Filed under: EU politics, Europe, Politics | Tagged: Angela Merkel, Anna Visvizi, Antonis Samaras, EU politics, Europe, European Union, Eurozone, Fabian Zuleeg, Francoise Hollande, Greece, Jean-Marc Trouille, Miguel Otero-Iglesias, Robert Landrech | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 22/08/2012 by matisak
A Syrian national dialogue must begin before there can be discussions of President Bashar al-Assad’s resignation, Deputy Prime Minister Qadri Jamil said. The opposition said that the government just try to buy some time and the US also dismissed Jamil’s words.
Filed under: Middle East, Politics | Tagged: James Denselow, Middle East, Nadim Shehadi, Syria | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 21/08/2012 by matisak
One of the core problems with Julian Assange’s case is that he believes that he could be extradited from Sweden to America.
Filed under: Politics, United States | Tagged: Geoffrey Corn, John Quigley, Julian Assange, Law, Linda Malone, United States, Wikileaks | Leave a Comment »
Posted on 20/08/2012 by matisak