Posted on 28/01/2014 by matisak
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Filed under: EU politics, Europe, Politics | Tagged: Balkans, EU, EU foreign policy, EU politics, European Union, Foreign policy, Kosovo, Politics, Serbia | Leave a comment »
Posted on 17/01/2014 by matisak
What do you think is the strongest asset(s) of Bohuslav Sobotka and what about his biggest weakness, and why? Read few comments.
Filed under: Czech Republic, Europe, Politics | Tagged: Bohuslav Sobotka, Czech politics, Czech Republic, Politics | Leave a comment »
Posted on 13/01/2014 by matisak
President of the EP Martin Schulz said he would like to see David Cameron’s plans for EU reform, and wanted the UK to remain inside the EU to shape policy. Cameron like to talk about the reformed EU but from what we have seen until now would you say that he really has some coherent plan how to reform it? Read few comments.
Filed under: EU politics, Europe, Politics, UK politics, United Kingdom | Tagged: David Cameron, EU politics, Europe, Politics, UK politics, United Kingdom | Leave a comment »
Posted on 11/01/2014 by matisak
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Posted on 27/12/2013 by matisak
One of the factors that had brought the AKP to power in 2002 was the perception that everyone else was corrupt.
Filed under: Politics | Tagged: Corruption, Politics, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey | 1 Comment »
Posted on 23/12/2013 by matisak
Shirin Ebadi said that the European countries should send woman ambassadors to countries like Saudi Arabia or Iran. What do you think about this idea? Would this be worth to try? Would it be helpful for women’s rights in these countries or perhaps the impact will be very limited, and why? Read few comments.
Filed under: Middle East, Politics | Tagged: Middle East, Politics, Saudi Arabia, Women, women's rights | 1 Comment »
Posted on 22/12/2013 by matisak
US sends envoy to South Sudan and the African Union called for truce. But do the outside powers have any leverages on the actors of the current conflict or perhaps not very much, and why? In general, what could be done to find a political solution? Read few comments.
Filed under: Africa, Politics, Security | Tagged: Africa, Conflict, Politics, Security, South Sudan | Leave a comment »