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?
Filed under: Politics, United States, US foreign policy | Tagged: CEE, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Europe, Foreign policy, Iraq, Iraq War, US foreign policy | Leave a comment »
Posted on 26/03/2013 by matisak
Spanish El Pais was just recently forced to retract Chancellor Merkel comparison to Hitler. Frankly speaking, I find this kind of comparison totally idiotic. But on the other hand what do you think about the German leadership in the EU? Does it deserve some portion of criticism or not, and why? Read few comments.
Filed under: EU politics, Europe, Politics | Tagged: Angela Merkel, EU, EU politics, Europe, European Union, Foreign policy, Germany, Politics | Leave a comment »
Posted on 25/03/2013 by matisak
David Cameron has delivered a speech on immigration. It seems it is a big topic in the UK right now. How much it is in your opinion influence by the fact that UKIP is raising?
Filed under: Europe, Politics, UK politics, United Kingdom | Tagged: David Cameron, Immigration, Labour, Politics, Tories, UK politics, UKIP, United Kingdom | 1 Comment »
Posted on 21/03/2013 by matisak
You can find lot of speculations in the Czech media on ex-President Vaclav Klaus’s future and one of the most persistent is that he may try to become MEP. Let`s say Klaus will become MEP. Do you think that he could be a real leader of eurosceptic forces in the EU or not, and why? Read few comments by Sean Hanley, Senior Lecturer in East European Politics, University College London.
Filed under: EU politics, Europe, Politics | Tagged: Czech Republic, EU politics, Europe, European Parliament, European Union, Politics, Vaclav Klaus | Leave a comment »
Posted on 17/03/2013 by matisak
Would you say that the Cypriot politicians will face some real backlash from people or not, and why?
Filed under: Economics, EU politics, Europe, Politics | Tagged: Cyprus, Debt Crisis, Economy, EU, Euro, Europe, European Union, Politics | Leave a comment »
Posted on 16/03/2013 by matisak
Posted on 15/03/2013 by matisak