Issues of the moment

Brexit story of the moment

What is your opinion on Brexit? How will this impact Europe as a continent and Europe as a major international player?
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Turkey’s violence in the Kurdish region

The Turkish state recently declared curfew in Kurdish regions which are Cizre, Silopi and in Nusaybin. 52 curfews have been imposed since mid-August across this region. Even though Tens of Kurdish citizens have been killed, the Turkish media chooses to remain silent about the government terror. Why are the Turkish people closing their eyes when […]
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Paris, Beirut and the terrorist attacks that are shaking the world

Suicide bomb attacks in Beirut one day, Paris under a state of emergency after a series of deadly terrorist attacks the following day, both incidents claimed by ISIS. Is there any connection between the two? Why was the attack in Beirut not shown that much in the media? Why Paris again? Who can be blamed […]
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Ipsos survey on Migration

A new Ipsos survey on 24 countries reveals nearly one in two people in the world’s most advanced economies believe migration is changing their nation in ways they don’t like. Do you agree with this response? According to you, why is a negative perspective on migration currently prevailing in the developed world?
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The possible introduction of death penalty in Hungary

Hungary wants to introduce death penalty in its legislation even if the EU is threating them with exclusion due to it. What do you think about this position of Hungary? In case of exclusion, how will it affect the other member states since it might create a dangerous precedent for the EU?
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Project: IWB for refugees

Discover more about refugees!

“Every day, all over the world, ordinary people must flee their homes for fear of death or persecution. Many leave without notice, taking only what they can carry. Many will never return. They cross oceans and minefields, they risk their lives and their futures. When they cross international borders they are called refugees” (



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