Mueller report and Trump’s reelection

Yesterday was probably the best day of Trump’s Presidency.  While there is a bit of ambiguity on the question of obstruction of justice, the Mueller report concluded that Trump’s did not conspire or coordinate with Russia. I know it is probably too soon to say what does it mean politically for Trump, but if we speculate a bit does it increase his chances of being reelected, and how do you think Democrats will react? Read few comments.

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Brexit: Where are we now?

EU leaders offered to delay Brexit until 22 May if MPs approve PM Theresa May’s deal next week. If they do not approve it, the delay will be shorter – until 12 April – at which point the UK must set out its next steps or leave without a deal. How do you read this EU approach and (I know it is hard to predict this), what path might the UK choose, and why? Read few comments.

Press conference of British PM Theresa May at European Council, (March, 21-22). Credit:

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Brexit extension is on the table but can the UK produce a convincing justification?

Dutch PM Mark Rutte tweeted that should the UK hand in a reasoned request for an extension, I expect a credible and convincing justification. The EU27 will consider the request and decide by unanimity. He says a reasoned request and convincing justification. In the case of asking for extension of Article 5 and looking at things as they stay now , do you think the UK government can produce  a reasoned request and convincing justification, or perhaps they might struggle with this? Read few comments.

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What’s next for the West-Azerbaijan relations?

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Miroslav Lajčák (R), Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic as the Chairperson-in-Office of OSCE, met Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev. Credit:

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Justin Trudeau and SNC-Lavalin affair: From boy scout reputation to power politics?

We have seen couple of resignation related to PM Justin Trudeau’s dealing with SNC-Lavalin affair. How serious is it for Canada’s PM? New elections are slowly approaching, do you think we may even see an early poll? Read few comments.

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau. Credit:

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