Some challenges of Energy Union

Maroš Šefcovic, the European Commission vice-president in charge of Europe’s energy agenda, has launched the Energy Union project.

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Sunni-Shia conflict: What does it mean for the Middle East?

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Is anti-Maidan important for Putin?

Also with the support of Russian state media we have seen the anti-Maidan gatherings in Russia. How important is for the Putin’s regime seeding into Russian society the perception that Ukraine’s Maidan was something bad? read few comments?

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Slovakia’s Jan Kubis to Iraq: What role could the UN play?

Slovakia’s former Foreign Minister Jan Kubis was nominated to head UN Mission in Iraq. What kind or role can, should the UN play in the current security and political situation in Iraq, what should be the priorities on the UN in Iraq? Read few comments.

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Hillary Clinton: More money, more problems?

The Washington Post suggests that as Clintons Foundation has raised close to $2 billion it meas also questions for Hillary’s potential presidential bid. Questions about foreign donors, questions about her closeness to Wall Street. Could those questions be important for her campaign or maybe not so much, and why? Read few comments.

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Could Britain emulate Norway-EU relations?

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EU and Britons: In and out of love?

A YouGov poll just showed 43% of Britons would vote to stay in the EU, while 37% would vote to leave. It seems it is not a bad number for the support of the EU if we take into account virtually perpetual debate about Brexit, referendum and the rise of UKIP. On the continent we pay a lot of attention to what British politician are saying regarding the EU. But my question is what in fact ordinary Britons expect from the EU in your opinion, what would you say is the biggest incentive for them for saying yes to the EU?

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