Steve Scalise shooting: What does it mean for America?

We still do not know much about the shooter’s motives, though it seems that a gunman who opened fire at a congressional baseball practice was anti-GOP, anti-Trump. What kind of political reaction do you expect, and what should be in your opinion the political reaction of this horrible act? Read few comments. Continue reading

New Irish PM Leo Varadkar is a gay, immigrant’s son. So what?!

I have to admit also for my journalistic colleagues around the world that basically every article about Varadkar starts with the fact that varadkar is openly gay, immigrant’s son. But is it somehow important from your point of view, does he represent something new for Ireland, for Ireland politics? Read few comments.

Irish PM Leo Varadkar. Credit: http://www.finegael.ie

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JFK Centennial: Happy Birthday, Mr. President

John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917. What is his legacy?

President John Fitzgerald Kennedy (1917-1963. Credit: http://www.jfklibrary.org

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Tory-DUP partnership: What could this mean?

What do you think could be he most problematic aspect of Tories-DUP partnership? Does this partnership have also some clear advantages for both sides (except, of course the fact they will rule the country)? Read few comments.

Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Arlene Foster. Credit: http://www.mydup.com

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Will the result of UK election affect Brexit talks?

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UK election: May down, Corbyn up. Why that happened?

Conservatives are weaker, Labour Party not strong enough, why that happened and what’s next in your opinion?Read few comments.
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Theresa May vs. Jeremy Corbyn: Their assets and weaknesses

What is the biggest political asset and biggest problem of PM Theresa May, and why? And the same for Labour Jeremy Corbyn. What is his biggest political asset and what about his biggest weakness? Read few comments. Continue reading