Lessons from Armenia: power and people

Last April a relatively small European country – Armenia delivered a great lesson for all developing democracies how to stand up for its values. Citizens of this ex-soviet republic did not want to be fooled again and all united around one opposition leader – Nikol Pashinyan. This happened after the former president – Serzh Sargsyan … Continue reading Lessons from Armenia: power and people

Weekly Brief: events that will change the world in 2018 

The passing year was by far one of the most turbulent one in international politics. While millions of people around the world are busy with buying Christmas gifts, making plans for the New Year`s Eve, politicians are speeding up their deals which shall be closed by the year-end. One of these examples is the amendment … Continue reading Weekly Brief: events that will change the world in 2018 

Weekly brief: Brexit talks and the decision of Vladimir Putin        

Syria is in ruins. Millions of people are displaced due to the ongoing war. Thousands are dead. However Bashar Al Assad remained in power. According to the latest news the army of the IS was defeated and the governmental army took over a great part of the country. This week, the Russian President Vladimir Putin … Continue reading Weekly brief: Brexit talks and the decision of Vladimir Putin        

Weekly brief: Unrest in the Middle East and Russians are banned from the Olympics

Jerusalem is a capital or one of the capitals? The former president of the United States once said “One voice can change a room, and if one voice can change a room, then it can change a city, and if it can change a city, it can change a state, and if it change a … Continue reading Weekly brief: Unrest in the Middle East and Russians are banned from the Olympics

Weekly brief: N.Korea speaks up again, unrest in Honduras and Michael Flynn admits guilt

This week was remarkable not only because the price for Bitcoin exceeded $10,000, but also because after 2,5 months of silence North Korea launched again a ballistic missile, which ended up in the international waters near Japan. No state was amused by this fact and the US president Donald Trump mentioned that “they will deal … Continue reading Weekly brief: N.Korea speaks up again, unrest in Honduras and Michael Flynn admits guilt

Weekly brief: Saad Hariri is back, Political crisis in Germany and Radko Mladic is convicted

Several events of the past week marked certain milestones in the history. In this weekly brief we will refresh your memory and underline the importance of these events. Saad Hariri is back Guess who is back to Lebanon? After mysterious departure to Saudi Arabia and his statement of resignation – Saad Hariri is back to … Continue reading Weekly brief: Saad Hariri is back, Political crisis in Germany and Radko Mladic is convicted

Weekly brief: The situation in Zimbabwe, the “Polish way” of celebrating the Independence day and Italian drama

Last week was remarkable not only because the Italian national team did not qualify for the World Cup in Russia, but also because the oldest ruling leader might not celebrate his 37th anniversary in power. On November 14 several military units entered the capital of Zimbabwe – Harare. On the next day the military informed … Continue reading Weekly brief: The situation in Zimbabwe, the “Polish way” of celebrating the Independence day and Italian drama