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What Mitt will say?

American politicians are trying to guess or predict, according to American doctrines, who may be Mitt Romney as president of the United States. It is not an easy task because the Republican candidate started his contacts with the world by hosting in his family house, in his youth, an Italian student. Then he visited Europe… » read more

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Romanian Socialists have no luck with their leaders. I mean they have too many of them and they are too ambitious. When the old leader Ion Iliescu left, the leaders of the Social Democratic Party Adrian Nastase and Mircea Geoana fought each other so effectively that each of them, practically having the victory in the… » read more

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Politics is like contracts with banks or insurers. What is written in lowercase must be read the most carefully. Yesterday after two hours of the vote in the EP Committee on Foreign Affairs the debate focused on the state of implementation of visa facilitation agreement between the EU and Ukraine. The representative of the European… » read more

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Sparks fly between the EU Member States and the European Parliament. A few weeks ago a lightning struck the project of modification of Schengen treaty. It happened when the Member States decided to protect their right to close the borders without consent of the EU institutions, including the Parliament. In response, the EP has suspended… » read more

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Goodbye football

It was a championship full of surprises. I leave aside the story of one team from the Vistula river, but enumerating chronologically: the Russians and the Dutch have been knocked out, the weak Italians have beaten the Germans but have been knocked out by the Spaniards. To make it even funnier – every time the… » read more

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