Tensions are continuing to grow between Poland and Israel, with the Poland’s deputy foreign minister claiming Israel’s foreign minister was attempting to fuel a conflict between the two countries and that Israelis are educated at a young age to exhibit anti-Polish attitudes. Deputy Foreign Minister Paweł Jabłoński spoke about Israel’s recent decision to withdraw its […]
Depending on how efficient the EU is in fighting the pandemic, Brussels will either receive more competencies in the future or an integration crisis lies ahead of us, writes Rzeczpospolita columnist Jędrzej Bielecki
The Turkish financial crisis is starting to affect Europe, especially the banking industry. Despite the fact that the Turkish government is late with its countermeasures the Eurozone and Slovakia will probably avoid the crisis.
The scandal surrounding the abduction of Vietnamese businessman Trin Xuan Thanh with the involvement of Slovak authorities has created a coalition crisis. If the government falls, Slovakia’s president Andrej Kiska will also be affected because of his initial plans of forming a new political party.
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