Centre-left opposition vs. Viktor Orban: Will it work?

It was announced that Hungary’s two main opposition parties joined forces ahead of an election due in 2014. The alliance that will replace Viktor Orban has been born, said Socialist leader Attila Mesterhazy. How (un)realistic is his statement in your opinion, and why and who should lead this alliance to increase its chances, and why? Read few comments.

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Vote on Syria: What it means for PM Cameron

Especially from the perspective of  the domestic politics how badly is PM David Cameron hit after he lost the vote on Syria, any real impact on his leadership? Read few comments.

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Syria’s mission creep?

It seems, at least from the statements we hear, if any military action in Syria will happen it should be limited in its scale. But if we start the military action what comes to my mind is the term “mission creep.” Read few comments.

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Burka Avenger strikes!

Will it change anything? Read few comments.

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Women’s rights and post-2014 Afghanistan

With some attacks on high profile Afghan women  many people expect that whatever will happen in post-2014 Afg. the effect on women’s rights will be negative for sure. Would you say it is really almost an inevitable scenario, or you do not agree with this assumption, and why? Read few comments.

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German election: CDU/CSU 41 %, SPD 22 %

The election will take place in one month. According to polls CDU/CSU is in a good position. I seems that Merkel will win (not saying she we rule). Read few comments.

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Is the scope of the Terrorism Act 2000 in the UK much too broad?

Glenn Greenwald’s partner was detained at Heathrow under the Terrorism Act 2000. What is your opinion on the Terrorism Act, isn’t it too broad and can be easily misused then? Or would you say it serve it purposes well? Read few comments.

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