Migration crisis in the EU – Choosing between bad and worst?
As migrants keep arriving at the borders of the European Union, EU countries will soon face a hard choice. They will either risk a social crisis by carrying on with their foreign policy that lacks deep-cutting engagement such as serious military involvement and state building in conflict zones and better […]
Leaning on the West looking to the East
The banning of six Hungarian individuals linked to the government from entering in USA is yet another example of the ever-worsening relations between Hungary and her Western allies. Under prime minster Viktor Orbán the Hungarian foreign policy was re-oriented under the motto of “Eastern opening”. However, turning her back to […]
Russia the East Ukraine Conflicts and the great Slovak opinion divide
Caught between the West of NATO and the EU and trouble brewing east of our border, Slovakia and the Slovak people have to do a delicate balancing act between their ideals, commitments and their economic impacts. Even it causes unrest amidst some ‘fringe elements’ of Slovak society. The only […]
Ukraine: No weapon for Putin!
After Russian intervention Ukraine stopped military supplies to this country and it seriously threaten to undermine the power of Kremlin. Russian Helicopters have Ukrainian problems “Statements concerning the continuation of military purpose and dual-use products supply by Ukraine to Russia do not correspond with the reality. We emphasize that “Ukroboronprom” […]
The Tragedy of the Ukraine and the Slow Descent of Fear
A noted and ostensively neoliberal Romanian writes a scathing reminder that Odessa is but 5 hours away from the Romanian border. The Prime Minister discusses conscription plans. The Ministry of Defense authorizes a draft medical certificate to be used in case of draft. Social Media runs wild with speculation and […]