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According to one published poll US President Barack Obama is much more popular in Cuba than Castro brothers. Why would you say it is so, how would you read the mood of Cubans out of it?Read few comments.
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The deadline for joining The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) as founding member has passed. China successfuly attracts also many Westerns countries.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu is somehow backing away from the pre-election comments that there would be no Palestinian state on his watch, but is seems Israel-US relations (of maybe better to say Obama-Netanyahu relations?) are in a very bad shape with the US even suggesting it may give less support to Israel in the UN. What is your view on the current state of Israel-US relations taking into account also Iran nuclear talks and (currently not very much existent) peace process? Read few comments.
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With the anniversary of Crimea annexation we hear from the West the condemnations of Russian actions, but usually Crimea is not very hot topic with ongoing conflict in Eastern Ukraine. So would you say that Crimea is more or less the lost case for the West, and maybe also for the Ukraine, and how it is perceived from Russia? Read few comments.
Of course, we saw a heated debate in the US about the movie. In your opinion, what does the movie and this debate represent for America? Read few comments.