The 80th anniversary of World War II: Could history repeat itself?

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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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What do Trump and Johnson tell us about the current world?

The US President is Donald Trump, UK PM is (soon to be) Boris Johnson. Does is tell us something profound about the current world we live in, and what? Or maybe it is less significant as some observers claim, and why? Read few comments.
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Is argument about climate change related to the national security debate?

There are many discussion connecting national security and climate change and countries are usually responsive to arguments that describe security threats. So how important (or maybe unimportant?) could be the national security argument for countries, even for sceptical countries, to do something about climate change? Read few comments.


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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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Are we ready to change climate change?

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) says unprecedented action needed to prevent temperature rise. Do you see sings that were are really ready to do it, what are the biggest obstacles here? Read few comments.


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Kofi Annan and his legacy

RIP Kofi Annan (1938-2018). How would you assess the effect Kofi Annan has on the UN, what is his international legacy? Read few comments.

Secretary-General Kofi Annan meets with Eduard Kukan, Foreign Minister of the Slovak Republic (19 December 2003). Credit: UN Photo/Evan Schneider

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