Is an arms race already underway with or without the INF treaty?

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Who gets what?: From EP elections to business of the EU top jobs

What kind of impact the results of the EP elections might have on a selection process of the next President of the European Commission and other EU top jobs? Read few comments.


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Russia-Georgia war: What has Moscow achieved 10 years ago?

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Georgia Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk lifts off after inserting Georgian special forces during Noble Partner 18, Georgian Armed Forces and U.S. Army Europe cooperatively-led exercise. Credit: U.S Army/Staff Sgt. R. J. Lannom Jr

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How safe is Orban?

How safe is the position of Fidesz and PM Viktor Orbán basically one week before the elections, what is Orban’s biggest concern at this stage, and why? Read few comments.

Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán. Credit: http://www.kormany.hu/Árpád Kurucz

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Trump-Kim Jong-un summit: How did we reach this point?

It is pretty shocking twist of events as President Trump and NK leader Kim Jong-un are going to meet. In your opinion, how did we reach this point and wat do you expect from this? Read few comments.
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NATO will modernise Command Structure. How (un)important is it?

NATO plans to etablish new command centers in U.S. and Germany. In your opinion, now necessary (or unnecessary?) is this step, will is help NATO to be more flexible, adaptable? Read few comments.

Press conference by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg ahead of the meetings of NATO Defence Ministers on 14-15 February at NATO Headquarters in Brussels. Credit: http://www.NATO.int

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North Korea: Any progress beyond the Olympics detente?

It seems that South Korean President Moon Jae-in is quite heavily betting on Korean Olympic display of unity. But what would have to happen to make it really matter? Does it mean anything for the situation on Korean Peninsula or it is safe to say that everybody will revert to old ways after the Olympics?

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