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Scottish referendum: If the results will be No what’s next for Scotland’s independence NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Days, 2 Hours, 39 Minutes ago
If the result of the referendum will be NO, would you say that the Scottish independence will be for some time a case closed or it will probably pop out very quickly again? Read few comments. Eve Hepburn, Senior Lecturer in Politics; and Depute Direc...
Should the EU postpone new Russian sanctions due to ceasefire? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Week, 4 Days, 3 Hours, 18 Minutes ago
Slovak PM Robert Fico said that the new round of the EU sanctions against Russia  should be postponed due to ceasefire. Would you say it would be a right step in the situation we have or not, and why? Read few comments. Ievgen Vorobiov, Ana...
NATO Summit UK: What’s next for the alliance NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Weeks, 2 Days, 12 Hours, 24 Minutes ago
Read few comments. Questions: 1. Russia’s action in Ukraine has been pretty surprising for NATO (not only for NATO). Months after Russia has invaded and annexed Crimea would you say that the upcoming NATO’s summit will show that the allia...
Do new member states “deserve” EU top job? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Weeks, 6 Days, 10 Hours, 1 Minute ago
It seems that Polish PM Donald Tusk is a favorite for taking over the post of President of the European Council. New CEE member states claimed in July that they want one of the EU top jobs. Would you say that the new member states somehow “dese...
Georgieva, Mogherini, Sikorski for EU High Rep. post, but how good is this roster NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 3 Weeks, 2 Days, 2 Hours, 42 Minutes ago
So we have official candidates for EU High Rep. with Kristalina Georgieva, Federica Mogherini and Radek Sikorski. It still can happen that the job will go to another person, and The Financial Times claims it will go to Mogherini, but if you look at t...
France: With government reshuffle may this crisis just be starting? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 3 Weeks, 3 Days, 6 Hours, 52 Minutes ago
French PM Manuel Valls submits resignation of his government over Economy Minister Arnaud Montebourg’s comments could you comment on if Valls action was basically inevitable and whats next in your opinion? Martin Michelot, Program and Rese...
Irregular quote of the day NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 3 Weeks, 4 Days, 3 Hours, 40 Minutes ago
Martin Sandbu, economics leader writer for the Financial Times in “The euro is a scapegoat for the blunders of politicians.” The proponents of an energy union should simply start developing one among themselves. Those who call for eu...
Are Deng Xiaoping cats still catching mice in China? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 3 Weeks, 6 Days, 12 Hours, 23 Minutes ago
Paramount leader Deng Xiaoping would be 110 today. Questions: 1. On Deng Xiaoping’s birthday anniversary would say that his thoughts still influence China? 2. I know it is quite hard to judge one person influence, but would China be probably di...
Hunt for James Foley’s killer NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 4 Weeks, 3 Hours, 10 Minutes ago
Killers of US journalist James Foley must be brought to justice. But how much could finding exactly who killed Mr. Foley impact a broader effort to root out the Islamic State? Read few comments. David Lowe, Principal Lecturer, Law School, Liverpool J...
In America is it police vs Afroamericans? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 4 Weeks, 11 Hours, 19 Minutes ago
E.g. only in Missouri, according to some statistics, African Americans were 66 percent more likely than whites to be stopped by police in 2013. According to Bureau of Justice Statistics blacks were more likely than whites or Hispanics to experie...
Independence?: Scotland will decide in one month NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Month, 1 Day, 4 Hours, 37 Minutes ago
Scottish independence referendum will take place on September 18. Read few comments. Questions: 1. Shortly in general, what you expect from both camps during the campaign? 2. What is the biggest advantage of pro-independence camp and what about again...
Fight against Ebola continues. What about the cure? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Month, 4 Days, 21 Hours, 52 Minutes ago
Read few comments. Questions: 1. As the outbreak continues would you say that the world reacts sufficiently, how would you evaluate the risk of further spreading of Ebola (maybe also beyond the West Africa)? 2. Could Zmapp (or similar drug) be a hope...
What’s next for Islamic State 2 months after taking over Mosul NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Month, 1 Week, 4 Days, 22 Hours, 8 Minutes ago
Two months ago then-ISIS made the headlines with taking over Mosul. What those 2 months says to us about now-the Islamic State, in your opinion? Read few comments. Edwin Bakker, Professor, Director Centre for Terrorism & Counter Terrori...
What’s Boris Johnson’s plan? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Month, 1 Week, 5 Days, 17 Hours, 49 Minutes ago
How much would you say is Boris Johnson’s eurosceptic approach an effort to position as the next Tory leader and how it may influence British politics? Read few comments. Andrew Russell, Professor, Head of Politics, School of Social Sciences, U...
Egypt: Does new Suez Canal make sense? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Month, 1 Week, 6 Days, 16 Hours, 35 Minutes ago
Does Egypt need project on new Suez Canal, could it lead to boosting of the economy or maybe the government should pay more attention to other sectors of the Egyptian economy? Read few comments. Tarek Osman, Author of the Book Egypt on the Brink...
World War I: United after 100 years? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Month, 2 Weeks, 20 Hours, 34 Minutes ago
The leaders of European countries like France, Belgium, Germany, UK, etc unite for WWI remembrance. How important for the present day do you find this show of unity after 100 years? Read few comments. William Philpott, Professor of the History o...
Who may benefit from Western sanctions against Russia over Ukraine? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Month, 2 Weeks, 4 Days, 17 Hours, 4 Minutes ago
With Western sanctions against Russia over Ukraine may China and other emerging economies benefit from this circumstances? How this may work for them and what it means for Russia? Read few comments. Vaughan Winterbottom, Northeast Asia...
As Hungary’s PM Orban basically rejected liberal democracy, what is his vision? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Month, 2 Weeks, 5 Days, 4 Hours, 29 Minutes ago
Read few comments. Questions: 1. Hungary’s PM Viktor Orban basically rejected the liberal democracy in his speech. How much would you say this is his genuine vision and how much is it an effort to attract Jobbik’s voters and similar eleme...
Ebola outbreak: How big is this threat NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Month, 2 Weeks, 6 Days, 17 Hours, 10 Minutes ago
The outbreak of Ebola in West Africa is ongoing with more than 600  fatalities since February, it means it is the most severe outbreak of Ebola ever recorded, so would you say that the world should maybe pay more attention to this outbreak...
US says Russia violated 1987 nuclear missile treaty. Any implications? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Month, 2 Weeks, 6 Days, 20 Hours, 4 Minutes ago
Read few comments. Matthew Bunn, Associate Professor, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University It’s important to remember that the INF Treaty has been extremely successful overall, verifiably eliminating all of the SS-20s, Persh...