Lindsay Graham, United States Republican Senator from South Carolina.
Austrian FM Sebastian Kurz said: We expect that Germany will say whether or not it is prepared to take refugees and how many. It seems this is a direct challenge for Chancellor Angela Merkel but also for EU approach toward refugee crisis. How do you see this, what could the position of Austrian mean for refugee crisis? Read few comments.
After long negotiations in Brussel a deal was struck between EU leaders and PM David Cameron about Britain’s new settlement with the European Union.
With primaries in South Carolina and caucuses in Nevada we are inching toward Super Tuesday. A duel between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders is heating up and Donald Trump still leads in many polls. So how do you see the race? Does Sanders have a path to Democratic nomination? How strong is Trumps among the GOP? Read few comments.
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The United States has told Russia broad areas in which U.S. special forces are operating in Syria and asked them not to strike there. How usual or unusual do you find this move. are Russians to be trusted not to strike, not to share this info with other players in the Syrian conflict? Read few comments.
,,One thing is clear: if we do not act the adverse effects on our societies, on refugees that under the UN Convention have a right to shelter and on our European project, will only increase,” said Lilianne Ploumen, Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation in an email interview. This interview was originally published in daily Pravda in Slovak.