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China: Communists tighten ideological grip NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 5 Hours, 19 Minutes ago
According to media reports Education Minister Yuan Guiren said Chinese universities must not allow books that promote Western values to be used in classes. Questions: 1. Do you see this statement as a part of some bigger ideological struggle of the C...
Could Russia influence Greece’s foreign policy? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Day, 10 Hours, 19 Minutes ago
With Syriza-ANEL coalition would you say that Russia may actively try to influence new Greek government in foreign policy area, especially towards Russia-Ukraine conflict and related EU policy of sanctions against Russia? read few comments. Sergey Ut...
Pro-Russian?: Syriza-ANEL coalition and its approach re Ukraine-Russia conflict NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Days, 7 Hours, 13 Minutes ago
As according to EU Observer Greece says no to EU statement on Russia what do you expect from Syriza-ANEL coalition in foreign policy area, especially towards Russia-Ukraine conflict and related EU policy of sanctions against Russia? Read few comments...
Europe and Arab, Muslim countries anti-terror alliance? How could this work better? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Days, 22 Hours, 1 Minute ago
After the attacks in Paris EU calls for anti-terror alliance with Arab countries. In your opinion, what would be the best way how the EU can engage with Arab, Muslim countries on the topic of terrorism and is it something what the might expect from E...
Podemos? Eurosceptics? What’s next for them after Syriza’s victory NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 4 Days, 7 Hours, 30 Minutes ago
Could Syriza’s victory be a boost for similar radical left European parties, maybe especially for Pomedos in Spain, but perhaps also somehow for eurosceptics? Read few commensts Simon Lightfoot, Senior Lecturer in European Politics, University...
Is Syriza ready to govern? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 6 Days, 10 Hours, 49 Minutes ago
The polls favorite Syriza to win parliamentary elections in Greece. Questions: 1. To what extent is Syriza ready and capable to govern in your opinion? 2. Would you say if Syriza wins it could be a boost for similar European parties, maybe especially...
Greece: The possibility of a Grexit remains low NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Week, 10 Hours, 1 Minute ago
Personally, I do not believe that Grexit may happen (do you?), but in general how good is the EU, eurozone prepared for perhaps some turbulent times after the Greek elections, especially if Syriza wins? Read few comments. Erik Jones, Professor o...
America and income inequality NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Week, 1 Day, 8 Hours, 24 Minutes ago
From President Obama’s SOTU address: That’s what middle-class economics is — the idea that this country does best when everyone gets their fair shot, everyone does their fair share, everyone plays by the same set of rules. Questions...
France after the attacks: Unity, divisions, something in between? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Week, 1 Day, 21 Hours, 32 Minutes ago
Four million people in the streets and 42 percent of French saying they oppose the publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed.  These are basically just numbers, but if you look at France after the Paris attacks what you see: unity,...
SOTU: Call to action? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Week, 2 Days, 9 Hours, 55 Minutes ago
Read few comments. President Barack Obama State of the Union Address here. Nicholas Easton, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Public Administration, Columbus State University If I were to sum up the president’s speech tonight in...
To pay or not to pay: ISIS demands $200 million for Japanese hostages NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Week, 3 Days, 5 Hours, 14 Minutes ago
As ISIS is asking for a ransom for Japan’s citizens how would you say Tokyo will react? And how should Japan react in your opinion? Read few comments. Joshua Walker, Director, Global Programs, APCO Worldwide, Non-Resident Transatlantic Fellow,...
Supreme Court could say yes to same-sex marriages. How will it change America? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Week, 5 Days, 6 Hours, 38 Minutes ago
U.S. Supreme Court will decide on homosexual marriages. Questions: 1. Is the outcome that the Supreme Court will say that the gay couples have the constitutional  right to marry the most probable one or maybe not, and why? 2. If the scenari...
More modest Syriza for moderate voters? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 1 Week, 6 Days, 2 Hours, 24 Minutes ago
Poll shows Syriza’s lead over conservatives widening slightly, but New Democracy still believes they can gain votes. Questions: 1. Lets say SYRIZA will govern Greece. What you expect from them in foreign policy area, especially towards Rus...
How will Europe react on jihadists problem? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Weeks, 6 Hours, 34 Minutes ago
Following European raids on jihadists it seems that concerns regarding returned jihadists are somehow materializing. We have been talking about this danger for quite a long time so how much is Europe prepared in your opinion and what needs to be done...
Russian propaganda vs. EU’s propaganda? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Weeks, 2 Days, 8 Hours, 9 Minutes ago
Denmark, Estonia, Lithuania, and the UK have backed plans see  to combat Russian propaganda. What’s your view on this, do you think it is possible to counter Russian propaganda effectively and still not just pushing own propaganda , which...
Al-Qaeda vs. Islamic State: A fierce competition? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Weeks, 2 Days, 22 Hours, 8 Minutes ago
How important for the jihadi movement do you find Al-Qaeda – Islamic state competition? Is the competition from your point of view really visible and where this could lead? Read few comments. Patrick Johnston, Political Scientist, RAND Cor...
The rapid grown of anti-Muslim prejudice is alarming, as is the resurgence of anti-Semitism NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Weeks, 3 Days, 22 Hours, 8 Minutes ago
There is no doubt that the attack on Charlie Hebdo will trigger and triggers more debate about the immigration and Islam, but we have also seen attacks om Jewish targets in Europe in the recent past. How big do you think is the danger of on one hand...
Leaders gather in Paris for unity march. But what does it mean for EU politics? NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Weeks, 5 Days, 4 Hours, 30 Minutes ago
Many European leaders and politicians attend unity march in Paris after the attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine. It is an important gesture, but what do you expect from Europe, from the EU in terms of real steps, would you say this attack could influenc...
Terrorism in Europe: What’s (probably) next after the attack on Charlie Hebdo NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 2 Weeks, 6 Days, 44 Minutes ago
I know we should be careful to conclude anything at this stage, but what do you make out of these attacks in France? From your point of view, do you see an indication that this could be a bigger terrorist operation linked to AQAP (ISIS, maybe)., perh...
We are not all Charlie NEW
Matisak's Blog (A Stamp on the World) 3 Weeks, 14 Minutes ago
It seems that both IS and al-Qaeda have praised the attack on Charlie Hebdo. Though we do not know for sure if the attacker have some contacts with bigger terrorist networks, would you say jihadist groups could somehow use this attack for their propa...