Could Brexit be the end of the world as we know? Or is it less dramatic?

Read few comments. On 23rd June 2016 the UK will vote either to remain in or leave the European Union.

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China’s President Xi Jinping visited Prague. What does it mean for Czech Republic?

Chinese President Xi Jinping just visited Czech Republic. Prague and Beijing also signed a document on strategic partnership. If we are talking a bit more in general what can a relatively small country like Czech Republic expect from China and would you say that could be any reason why Czech Rep. should be careful or worried about deepening partnership with China? Read few comments.

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One deep crisis after another. Will EU project survive?

Russia-Ukraine, Grexit, possible Brexit, refugee crisis, Paris attacks… One deep crisis after another. What is the EU’s capacity to make it? Do we have the capacity? Read few comments

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Does suffering Finland’s economy need more cuts?

Finland’s government is ready for more spending cuts. But with a high unemployment and almost non-existent economic growth is this a needed and sustainable strategy for the economy or maybe not so much, and why? Read few comments.

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Stock market crisis: A political challenge for China’s leadership?

How much is what we see on stock markets also a political challenge for Chinese government? Should the regime be worried in your opinion? Read few comments.

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Greece: Snap election and the future of bailout deal

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras resigned after seven months in office.

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Eurozone with own government? Is this a good idea?

French President Hollande says: I have proposed taking up Jacques Delors’ idea about euro government, with the addition of a specific budget and a parliament to ensure democratic control. Do you think that some kind of Eurozone government (or at least Eurozone Finance Minister) is future of Eurozone? Should it be future or Eurozone, or maybe not so much? Read few comments.

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