Sunday, October 30, 2011

BRITISH TORY REVOLTED AGAINST MERKOZY


«Merkozy» is a spiteful nickname of the Merkel-Sarkozy duet, ruling the European Union that London-based euro-skeptics from the Conservative Party (who name themselves Tory just like four centuries ago) invented. Great Britain with its Sterling looks quite safe (especially on the background of a collapsing euro-zone), but the urgent measures for saving the European currency will ricochet to the UK finances one way or another.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

BARACK OBAMA HAS LOST A KEY FROM THE WHITE HOUSE «Pre-Election America 2012»


This September told our readers about a scientific method of estimating the chances of contenders for the U.S. presidency based on an analysis of 13 factors, which the inventor of the system Alan Lichtman dubbed “The keys to the White House”. Author claimed the lack of major scandals concerning the incumbent government to be a key #9. A month ago the incumbent President held that key and now he seemingly lost it.

Monday, October 17, 2011

POLISH CHOICE 2011


Donald Tusk will hardly be able to rule for more years without scandals and shocks. He has managed to go through the previous cadenza at a record-breaking peaceful pace, having losing almost none of the essential Ministers of his Cabinet. That’s why having coped with the euphoria of the triumph he’s ponder over how to live the next four years and don’t make the Poles tired from seeing the same faces in the government and the Seim.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

SIEGE OF GAZPROM. Part II

On the 28th of September this year anti-monopoly bodies of European Commission searched the offices of 20 Central European and Western European companies. Gazprom subsidiaries in Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Baltic States and Poland were concerned, too. List of searched companies includes German giants like Е.ON and RWE, Polish state concern PGNiG and EuRoPolGaz. The system of transit Yamal-Europe gas pipelines coming through Poland belongs to the latter one. At the same time the blow on the south-eastern flank was delivered.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

WHAT DO OBAMA AND SARKOZY HAVE IN COMMON?


Who of these Presidents is better off three months before the election year ends? Is it Sarkozy — not particularly popular, but featuring a reputation of a steady leader, navigating the country through the crisis? Or is it Obama, whose lifestyle and behavior cause no contempt among his compatriots, but whose authority in the matters of American economics and foreign policy is growing all the more dubious?

Monday, October 3, 2011

Siege of Gazprom


On the 28th of September this year anti-monopoly bodies of European Commission searched the offices of 20 Central European and Western European companies. Gazprom subsidiaries in Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Baltic States and Poland were concerned, too. List of searched companies includes German giants like Е.ON and RWE, Polish state concern PGNiG and EuRoPolGaz. The system of transit Yamal-Europe gas pipelines coming through Poland belongs to the latter one.