Presidential TV debates: What to expect from Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

What’s at stake in TV debates (everything maybe?) and what kind of strategy do you expect from both, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump? Read few comments.

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Jeremy Corbyn re-elected. What’s next for him, for the Labour Party

Jeremy Corbyn continues as the Labour leader. So what’s next for the Labour Party under Corbyn? What will be Corbyn’s focus and do you think that he will make some adjustment comparing to what we have seen? Read few comments.

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Brexit: Article 50 will be (maybe, perhaps, who knows) invoked in early 2017

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said that he expected Article 50 would be invoked in early 2017 and that Brexit talks don’t need to take two years.  But it was immediately rebuffed by No. 10. How do you read those statements, do you think that UK government still does not have at least some basic concept how to proceed with Brexit? Read few comments.

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Why do we follow the story of Brangelina?

With Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt divorcing another Hollywood fairy-tale is coming to its end. Our societies are somehow obsessed by celebrities so how is it perceived by American public, how important is this news for America, and why? Read few comments.

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What does Bratislava summit mean for the future of the EU?

What would be your take from Bratislava summit, any positive signs for the EU or not very much? Read few comments.

Bratislava Castle where 27 leaders of the EU’s Member States gathered. Credit: Andrej Matisak

Bratislava Castle where 27 leaders of the EU’s Member States gathered. Credit: Andrej Matisak

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What should be discussed at Bratislava summit?

What should be discussed, and why, to move the EU forward? And BTW, in your opinion, is it even possible to move the EU forward (whatever it means)? It seems that security in various forms is one of the topics which may somehow bring EU members states together and will be prominently discussed also on the upcoming informal EU summit in Bratislava. Read few comments.

Welvome to Bratislava. Credit: Andrej Matisak

Welcome to Bratislava. Credit: Andrej Matisak

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Bratislava summit: Security as the lowest common denominator for the EU?

It seems that security is one of the topics which may somehow bring EU members states together and will be prominently discussed also on upcoming informal EU summit in Bratislava. We even hear statements about European Army (but of course we have also NATO). But it also seems that EU states are pretty divided on many issues and security is something like the lowest common denominator. What is your opinion on this, can the EU in such atmosphere move the discussion about security into something concrete? Read few comments.

Bratislava Castle will be the main venue for negotiations between 27 leaders of the European Union's Member States. Credit: http://www.eu2016.sk/

Bratislava Castle will be the main venue for negotiations between 27 leaders of the European Union’s Member States. Credit: http://www.eu2016.sk/

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