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“Croatian Thatcher”. Media review

Foreign media notes the growing political influence of Croatian President Grabar-Kitarović. Lately, according to Večernji list, she became country’s most popular politician not only by enlisting the support of the majority in Croatia but also by getting support of the influential opposition representatives. The AFP explains the growth of Grabar-Kitarović’s …

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The Return of the Dutch Lion. Media Review

The ruling elite of the Netherlands intensified discussions on the need for a significant adjustment of the country’s policy in the European arena. At the same time, if the representatives of leading parties and functionaries who are down for an active, decisive policy are going to act, Amsterdam, according to …

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Being Closer to the People. Media Review

Western analysts accuse India’s current leadership of “crazy populism”. According to Business Standard, the Economic Times, U.S. News & World Report, the program of social and economic development, which was announced on the Independence Day by the Prime Minister Modi and pointed up both the significance of a wider support …

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The Sieged Democracy. Media Review

The Israeli authorities started preparing for the pre-term elections to the Parliament. According to Jerusalem post, the Prime Minister Netanyahu has already discussed this issue with his colleagues in the Likud party. The head of the government, as it’s supposed by Al-Monitor, will announce the break-up of the Knesset after …

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Maduro vs Venezuela. Media review

In Venezuela, a new stage of consolidation was initiated by oppositional forces. According to El Tiempo, ‘political opponents of President Maduro realized the mistakes that had been made, as well as, the need to rebuild actually broken coalition ‘Democratic Unity Roundtable’. According to The Latin America Herald Tribune, opponents of …

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Poland on “Russian menace.” Media review

Poland’s establishment stirred up talks over the ways to build up relations with Russia. Previously, the belief of Russia’s “aggressive nature” was the dominant opinion, but now Talaga, observer of Rzeczpospolita, asks to pay attention to arguments for a constructive dialogue. The similar viewpoint is shared not only by the …

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