Two refugees in a row set themselves on fire in migrant processing centre on Nauru. This could be a worrying trend. How do you see this and how would you say Australia should react? read few comments.
NATO ‘three months’ from Libyan coast mission, British ground troops could go to Libya. With headlines like this some people thinks that the West is inching towards some broader military operation in Libya. What is your view on this, and would this help or maybe not much? Read few comments.
It is a panicked desperate move: Steffen Schmidt, University Professor of Political Science, Iowa State University.
How do you read current President Erdogan-Chancellor Merkel relationship amid the case of Jan Böhmermann, what both sides hope to gain from this relationship? Read few comments.
President Barack Obama visits Britain do you think that his expected intervention may have some impact on EU referendum campaing or probably not, and why? Read few comments.
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As Queen Elizabeth II. turns 90 and she is still popular how do you see the possibility she might sooner or later say something regarding upcoming EU referendum? And BTW, do you think that her intervention would be influential no matter what camp she would support? Read few comments.
“In the past, we were afraid of nuclear bombs. Today, we do not know what we fear. I think, it is more complicated than before,” this is how Madeleine Albright, former US secretary of state between 1997 and 2001, compared the Cold War world with today’s situation. Interview with her was conducted at the 11th annual security conference Globsec held in Bratislava and was first published in the Slovak newspaper Pravda.
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