Posted on 16/12/2014 by matisak
What follows it the written interview for Central and Eastern European Countries with Chinese PM Li Keqiang amid China-CEE meeting in Belgrade. Slovakia’s Pravda, I am working for, was the part of the project, for a shortened interview in Slovak see here. Continue reading
Filed under: China, Economics, Europe, Politics | Tagged: BValkans, CEE, Central Europe, China, Eastern Europe, Economy, Politics | Leave a comment »
Posted on 06/12/2014 by matisak
According to some media reports Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s popularity is just around 25 percent and the economy feels the heat from falling oil prices. Meanwhile one of the leaders of the political opposition María Corina Machado was charged with conspiracy for allegedly participating in a plot to assassinate President. What do do expect from Maduro in this situation? How dangerous is the current situation for his regime? Read few comments.
Lilian Tintori, wife of Venezuelan jailed opposition leader Leopoldo López. Credit: Archive of Lilian Tintori
Filed under: Economics, Latin America, Politics | Tagged: Economy, Latin America, Nicolás Maduro, Oil, Politics, Venezuela | Leave a comment »
Posted on 31/10/2014 by matisak
The outgoing president of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso said he sees EU stronger after euro debt crisis. Would you agree or not, and why? Read few comments.
Filed under: Economics, EU politics, Europe, Politics | Tagged: Economy, EU, Europe, European Commission, European Union, Jose Manuel Barroso, Politics | Leave a comment »
Posted on 16/09/2014 by matisak
The story of Poland in the last years, despite the economic (and in many EU countries also political) crisis in the EU, is widely perceived as a success story. How much do you agree, what is this success based on? Do you see also some weak spots and future challenges? Read few comments.
Filed under: Europe, Politics | Tagged: Donald Tusk, Economy, Europe, European Union, Poland, 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.”
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Posted on 22/08/2014 by matisak
Posted on 05/08/2014 by matisak
Does Egypt need project on new Suez Canal, could it lead to boosting of the economy or maybe the government should pay more attention to other sectors of the Egyptian economy? Read few comments.
Filed under: Economics, Politics | Tagged: Economy, Egypt, Politics, Suez Canal | Leave a comment »