Too leftist left-wing, too rightist right-wing

Too leftist left-wing, too rightist right-wing

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Presidential elections in France may be analyzed in their ideological context – by way of asking a question who should the moderate electors vote for. Unfortunately, the answer is not that easy. For the French had to deal with a classical dilemma for the modern politics, which is yet unknown to the Polish voters. In […]

Marine Le Pen’s Judgment Days

Marine Le Pen’s Judgment Days

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Marine Le Pen won’t have pleasant memories of the current election campaign. Less than two months before the election her ratings in polls go down and her campaign has reached an impasse. For this situation problems are blamed with collecting written support of at least 500 persons in a position of trust (e.g. mayors, members […]

Putin’s Choice, Creative Class, and the Future of Russia

Putin’s Choice, Creative Class, and the Future of Russia

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Putin’s choice: heavy industrial and military development On March 4, 2012, following just few hours after the preliminary results, workers of UralVagonZavod, Russia’s biggest producer of tanks and armored vehicles and the largest main battle tank manufacturer in the world, congratulated Vladimir Putin with a victory in the presidential race. Putin addressed tank factory workers […]

Slovakia’s elections: Fico’s big return

Slovakia’s elections: Fico’s big return

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On Saturday March 10, 2012 Smer (Social Democrats) won parliamentary elections in Slovakia receiving 44.41% of votes. It means that former Prime Minister Robert Fico is coming back to power, far more powerful than in the year 2006. The Slovak Spectator published today official results, confirmed by the Central Electoral Commission (ÚVK). Smer’s 44.41% means […]

Newt?! Really?

Newt?! Really?

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Observing this year’s republican primaries is a considerable pleasure for a democrat. Three first primaries in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina appointed three different winners. The first one, Rick Santorum has very slim chances for the election. He is a classic extreme conservatist, whose main selling point would be his great devotion to religion […]

Victory of Finnish Conservative

Victory of Finnish Conservative

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Last evening Finns elected their new president. As it was expected almost from the beginning, Sauli Niinistö from the National Coalition Party came with the majority of 62,6% of the vote to 37,4 % for his opponent, the representative of the Green League, Pekka Haavisto. The evening of the 5th of February, despite frozen weather […]

Finnish choice

Finnish choice

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This year’s presidential election will without any doubt be a crucial event on Finnish political arena, though as it seems its importance would be of a symbolic dimension. Indeed, the results will show Finns’ attitude to the security doctrine and their view on the role of European Union in their politics. They will also decide, […]

Dilettante’s predictions

Dilettante’s predictions

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Vladimir Putin will loose the presidential election. The result of parliamentary elections, in which his party officially received 49,3% votes shows on one hand exhaustion of the effectiveness of populist tricks which he has in his arsenal, on the other – lack of opportunities to make decent forgery. On December 4, 2011 votes were added […]

Bang on head using a Turk

Bang on head using a Turk

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French National Assembly adopted a law which condemns the genocide of Armenians. This is what caused a French-Turkish outcry. As far as genocide in Armenia is concerned,  where does this sudden French stick to principles come from? Isn’t it influenced by electoral campaign which is just in its initial phase? Fight for the electorate French […]

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