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The Reasons Behind German Christian Democrat Polonophiliamore

Jarosław Kaczyński already twice campaigned for Angela Merkel in the German press, claiming that a fourth term for the current chancellor would be the most beneficial result for Poland. Kaczyński, like many Polish commentators, is most concerned about the alleged Russophilia of German Social democrats and praises Merkel’s steadfastness regarding the sanctions against Russia. But there are more reasons for Poles to prefer Merkel – Poland plays an important role in the conception of the European Union held up by Germany’s Christian democrats.

Leo Mausbach / 06.03.2017

Poland and World Exhibition EXPO-2017 in Astanamore

Kazakhs believe that putting forward the issues of future energy at the 5th Astana Economic Forum and then at the EXPO 2017, will help attract new technologies and serious investments that would diminish the country’s dependence on export of traditional energy sources.

Wladyslaw Sokolowski / 10.11.2016

Australian Senate holds a debate on electoral reform for over 28 hoursmore

Among democratic states, parliamentary systems differ greatly and there are many sophisticated methods, as well as reasons to hold a debate. However, what happened in the Senate of Australia on Thursday 18th March 2016 goes beyond measure of extraordinary. The senators assembled to discuss the Senate voting reforms and left the house 28 hours later on Friday 19th March. As Reuters reports “lawmakers, at least one dressed in pyjamas, employed delaying tactics aimed at breaking their opponents' will”.

Wojciech Pawlus / 18.04.2016

Ukrainian aviation industry in new conditionsmore

Maximus Air Company from The United Arab Emirates, the carrier that specializes in the leasing of the cargo planes and the transfer of non-standard cargo on the route between the Middle East, Europe, Africa and Asia showed interests in the latest Ukrainian transport plane An-178.

Władysław Sokołowski / 9.03.2015

A game of cat and mouse in Londonmore

While Poland looks out for the inexorably approaching presidential election, in the UK everyone awaits the "general election", or simply the parliamentary election. The term "general election" indicates, however, the huge importance the British attach to what takes place every five years and, in their opinion

Wojciech Pawlus / 9.03.2015

Natural resources in Ukraine and their futuremore

Natural resources in Ukraine, often said to be unique for their variety, size and potential for exploration, can be divided into three groups: energy resources, metal ores and nonmetallic. The so called “mineral resources base” was in 90% built in the USSR based on the existing research methodology. The rest was built in 1991-2013 as a result of initiatives of private investors.

Władysław Sokołowski / 5.02.2015

Italian energy policymore

In 2013 Mario Monti's government developed the National Energy Strategy, which, after almost twenty-five years since the previous document regulating energy policy in Italy, not only defines the objectives and priorities in this area, but also defines the role of Italy in the international context.

Karolina Iskierka / 18.12.2014

New energy projects in Estoniamore

The Estonian energy company Baltic Energy Partners has started to import gas from Lithuania. It seems to be a symbolic event – Estonia is depended on gas imported from Russia and so far hasn’t bought it from other Baltic states.

Kinga Redłowska / 22.12.2014

Active Young – The value for Employers – Employability brochuremore

Active Young – The value for Employers – Youth emplowerment guidebookmore