Ukraine-Russia: What’s next after prisoners exchange?

As Russia and Ukraine conducted prisoner exchange do you think it could be a step towards some talks over a resolution of Russia-Ukraine conflict? Read few comments.
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The 80th anniversary of World War II: Could history repeat itself?

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Why would Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy wanted to meet Putin and Trump?

How do you read Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s offer to Russian President Vladimir Putin for the format of negotiations with the participation of U.S. President Donald Trump? Do you think such format might be helpful? Read few comments.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Credit: https://www.president.gov.ua/

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Afghanistan: Towards a peace deal?

How optimistic are you about achieving a (comprehensive) peace plan for Afghanistan and what are the biggest obstacles you see?  Read few comments.

Slovak soldiers in Afghanistan. Credit: Andrej Matisak

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What’s next for Ukraine-Russia relations?

What’s next for Russia-Ukraine conflict, do you think that what’s is going on in Azov Sea is somehow a new phase, or not and why? Read few comments.
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Afghanistan: Momentum for peace talks?

Do you think that ISIS activities in Afghanistan may somehow lead to some peace efforts as e. g. this article in The Guardian suggest as ISIS is probably perceived by everybody as enemy? In general, do you see some indications, some change of attitude of any side involved in Afghan conflict that may potentially lead to some realistic peace talks? Read few comments.

Slovak soldiers in Afghanistan. Credit: Andrej Matisak

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Hmm… Macron: Trade wars quickly become war

,,Trade wars quickly become war,” full stop, French President Emmanuelle Macron said. How do you see such statement, as an exaggeration as it is hard to compare past with the situation now, or as an reminder that current tensions might lead to something bigger? Read few comments.

French President Emmanuel Macron. Credit,: http://www.elysee.fr

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