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Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World)

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Kenya versus terrorism NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Days, 20 Hours, 33 Minutes ago
Read few comments. Questions: 1. Kenya has a new tough terrorism law, albeit court has scraped some paragraphs of the legislation. So in general, how would you evaluate Kenya’s approach in fighting terrorism, does what government is doing work?
What’s next for Libya NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 4 Days, 13 Hours, 12 Minutes ago
Jihadists in Libya  are direct threat to Europe: French PM Manuel Valls. Some people even argue that Libya as a state has ceased to exist. Where is Libya heading to in your opinion, into more chaos and violence, and could it be prevented? Read f...
American Sniper also in Slovak cinemas now NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 5 Days, 15 Hours, 13 Minutes ago
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. Robert Schmuhl, Professor of American Studies, University of Notre Dame The continuing d...
Some challenges of Energy Union NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Week, 9 Hours, 57 Minutes ago
Maroš Šefcovic, the European Commission vice-president in charge of Europe’s energy agenda, has launched the Energy Union project. Questions: 1. The Union should mean unity. What could be the biggest problem for energy union in te...
Sunni-Shia conflict: What does it mean for the Middle East? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Week, 1 Day, 8 Hours, 29 Minutes ago
Read few comments. Questions: 1. How much the Sunni-Shia’s strife define the Middle East of present in your opinion, how dominant and important do you find this conflict? 2. Would some Sunni-Shia rapprochement be desirable, anything what could...
Is anti-Maidan important for Putin? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Week, 3 Days, 20 Hours, 12 Minutes ago
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...
Slovakia’s Jan Kubis to Iraq: What role could the UN play? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Week, 4 Days, 7 Hours, 47 Minutes ago
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...
Hillary Clinton: More money, more problems? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Week, 5 Days, 8 Hours, 36 Minutes ago
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 q...
What’s next for HSBC scandal and media after Peter Oborne’s resignation NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Weeks, 8 Hours, 55 Minutes ago
Peter Oborne, the Daily Telegraph’s chief political commentator, has resigned from the paper over its coverage of HSBC. He has used very harsh words towards the Daily Telegraph. So how do you see his resignation, could it have some bigger impac...
Could Britain emulate Norway-EU relations? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Weeks, 1 Day, 6 Hours, 6 Minutes ago
Read few comments. Questions: 1. In theory, would you say that Norway-EU relations could be an example for UK-EU relations in case Britain will drift away from the EU? 2. Do you see any probability that Norway may hold another referendum ab...
EU and Britons: In and out of love? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Weeks, 4 Days, 10 Hours, 32 Minutes ago
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 o...
Irregular quote of the dayco-founder and director of the European Council on Foreign Relations NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Weeks, 5 Days, 4 Hours, 35 Minutes ago
Mark Leonard, co-founder and director of the European Council on Foreign Relations for The Daily Beast in “The Euro’s Long Goodbye to Greece.” For much of Europe, the biggest danger of the Syriza win is less the collapse of the...
EU’s approach after Minsk: Wait and see NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Weeks, 6 Days, 12 Hours, 51 Minutes ago
In your opinion, with a plan from Minsk what woud especially the EU do next with relations towards Russia. Basically keeping the status quo with sanctions, but no weapons for Ukraine or maybe to signal that that could be a debate about gradual easing...
UNHCR: Some 300 feared dead in fresh Mediterranean tragedy. And things are unlikely to change NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 3 Weeks, 6 Hours, 37 Minutes ago
According to UNHCR probably more than 300 migrants died after the boats they were travelling on sank in the Mediterranean Sea. You might remember we had a discussion about the reaction of the EU back in October 2013 after one of the bi...
If a new deal for Greece, how will the others react? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 3 Weeks, 1 Day, 16 Hours, 7 Minutes ago
You might see it differently, but seems to me, one of the challenges of securing any compromise with Greece is the fact that there are countries like Ireland, Portugal, Spain… that were in the similar situation as Greece and maybe they are not...
Simicka vs Orban: A political war in Hungary? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 3 Weeks, 4 Days, 11 Hours, 52 Minutes ago
Media magnate and former treasurer of Fidesz  Lajos Simicska vows to fight PM Viktor Orban’s rules. Questions: 1. So from your point of view what is this “fight” between Simicska and Orban about, what’s the main problem?
Merkel-Hollande plan. Why now? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 3 Weeks, 6 Days, 8 Hours, 57 Minutes ago
The initiative seems quite unexpected and Hollande said: Peace is under threat at the borders of Europe. In Ukraine, there is a war. It sound pretty urgent. So what you expect from this initiative, and why we see it now? Read few comments. Sergey Utk...
On measles outbreak and the anti-vaccination movement NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 4 Weeks, 1 Day, 12 Hours, 10 Minutes ago
CDC said that the measles outbreak has now infected more than 100 people across 14 states and as it is happening it seems that we can partly blame the anti-vaccination movement. May I ask what is your view on this, how strong do you find the anti-vac...
Syriza in who blinks first game? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Month, 1 Day, 8 Hours, 22 Minutes ago
Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said Greece won’t seek an extension of its bailout agreement and will not cooperate with Troika on this. He is open to cooperation with the international institutions and EU member states, though, and PM Alexis...
NATO will establish Command Centers in Baltics, CEE. But not in Slovakia, Hungary NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Month, 2 Days, 7 Hours, 27 Minutes ago
Read few comments. Questions: 1. What you think about this idea, how helpful or maybe helpful do you find this re current tensions with Russia? 2. No Command Centers in Slovakia and Hungary. How do you read this? Answers: John R. Deni*, Research Prof...