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The PEGIDA marches have ignited a raging debate that has gone far beyond the topic of the alleged “Islamization of the West” and has touched on German national identity, the lingering East-West divide in Germany, and relations with Russia.
The new Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras now enters a complicated political context, one made increasingly turbulent by his own party’s confrontational positions in the realms of economics, geopolitics, and foreign policy.
A Chatham House szabályt a nyílt és őszinte eszmecsere kibontakozásának érdekében használjuk, mert úgy gondoljuk, hogy az intelligens, civilizált párbeszéd és meggyőzőképesség egy szabad társadalom elengedhetetlen részét képezi.
Without question, the ideas of liberty, justice, and rights are foundational to our modern understanding of politics. Defining them is so controversial because they are so important.