Would coronabonds be an effective tool to stabilize the eurozone in times of crisis?

Nine EU countries said that we need to work on a common debt instrument issued by a European institution to raise funds on the market on the same basis and to the benefits of all Member States. Do you think that one response to serious economic damage caused by coronavirus pandemic should/could be the Eurozone “corona bonds”, or not and why? Read few comments.

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Brexit: A lose-lose scenario

From your perspective, what is the most important (political, economical, or other) thing that the UK is losing and the EU is losing with Brexit? Any gains for the EU and the UK?  Read few comments.


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What’s next for Brexit?

Barring a miracle Britain will leave the EU on January 31. In general, what do you expect from the UK-EU negotiations about the future relations? PM Boris Johnson wants to finish them by end of 2020. But is it realistic? Read few comments.


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G7: Will Trump try to buy the Eiffel Tower?

Do you think that concerns that President Donald Trump might blow up the G7 summit in Biarritz, France are justified, or you would not expect a big drama? Read few comments.


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Brexit negotiations and the future of EU-UK relations. Where are we heading?

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Is Italy’s populist government a disruptive force?

Slovakia’s PM Peter Pellegrini just visited Italy. Of course, EU topics were prominently on the table. How would you shortly assess the role new Italy’s government plays at the EU stage, as many people were worried that this populist government will be a disruptive force? Is it, or not, and why? Read few comments.

Slovakia’s PM Peter Pellegrinin (L) just visited Italy and met PM Giuseppe Conte. Credit> Facebook of PM Peter Pellegrini

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ASEM: What connects and what divides Europe and Asia

The upcoming 12th ASEM will focus on the theme Europe and Asia: Global Partners for Global Challenges. While ASEM forum is probably too broad to achieve something substantial, in general, what challenges connect Europe and Asia these days, and what does divide Europe and Asia? Read few comments.

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