What will China’s regime do about Hong Kong protests?

I am not saying that something on a scale of Tienanmen in 1989 may happen but how much do you think China is running out of patience regarding Hong Kong? Do you think that if protests continue will Beijing consider a more aggressive approach against demonstrations, or not and why? Read few comments.
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What would China do about US missiles in the Indo-Pacific region?

Do you think that Beijing might be at some point interested in discussing short medium-range and intermediate-range missiles treaty and what might be China’s reaction if the US will try to deploy such missiles the Indo-Pacific region? Read few comments.
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How to communicate climate change threat?

What is your opinion on how to communicate a threat of climate change? Some observers claim that being too alarmist might be counterproductive as many people simply refuse to process a danger of the end of the world as we know it. Would you agree, or not, and why? Read few comments.


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El Paso shooting: Should we expect more far-right terrorist attacks?

We have seen couple of attacks in the US that probably could be described as the acts of a white nationalist, extreme far-right individuals (lone wolfs). What should be a reaction to this and do you see a danger that this far-right terrorist scene might be able and willing to carry out also some more sophisticated, coordinated attacks? Read few comments.
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Is an arms race already underway with or without the INF treaty?

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Brexit: A high-risk strategy of PM Boris Johnson

PM Boris Johnson’s new Cabinet had a strongly pro-Brexit flavor. In your opinion, what does it mean in terms where Brexit and British political scene are heading? Read few comments.


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Will the possibility of a no deal Brexit increase with Boris Johnson as British PM?

It seems Boris Johnson is a clear favorite to become a British PM. Do you think that if that happen a chance of the no-deal Brexit scenario will really increase, and what kind of reaction do you expect from the EU? Read few comments.

Boris Johnson. Credit: http://www.conservatives.com

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