Posted on 21/05/2013 by matisak
Currently we can do this with as much as 15-20 minutes warning. But forecasting actual tornadoes is beyond our reach now.
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Posted on 19/05/2013 by matisak
Like many previous presidencies embroiled in these types of scandals, Obama’s White House has been slow to respond.
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Posted on 09/04/2013 by matisak
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble in ”U.S. Advice to Europe Gets Polite Refusal.”
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Posted on 28/03/2013 by matisak
In 2003, before the Iraq War, the Bush administration was able to create the coalition of the willing as many CEE nations were on board. How much you would say it was a result of Washington’s pressure and how much it was a genuine support?
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Posted on 23/02/2013 by matisak
State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland suggested this first Kerry’s trip will be first of all more broadly as a listening tour. How would you describe it, what would you say Kerry’s priorities are? Read few comments.
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Posted on 24/01/2013 by matisak
The Pentagon to declare lifting a ban on women serving in combat. How revolutionary is this act and what added value it may give to military? And BTW, is it a right decision in your opinion?
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Posted on 29/12/2012 by matisak
There were some speculation that Ben Affleck may run for Senate seat to replace John Kerry. Though he denied it the American politics have witnessed actors turned politicians in the past. Would you say that Affleck would be an interesting candidate?
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