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The main reason behind the ruling coalition’s disintegration is the increasingly bitter rivalry for the presidency.
Ansip intends to replace Siim Kallas as European Commissioner, but the decision to this effect will depend on the new coalition.
The Russian investments in Kyrgyzstan show that Russia is ready to strengthen its presence in Central Asia by using economic tools also.
The severity of the verdict was likely affected by the fall of the regime of Viktor Yanukovych in Ukraine under the influence of mass protests.
Minister von der Leyen will struggle with the consequences and costs of the existing projects.
New Czech government wants to build a positive atmosphere ahead of the difficult talks on the use of EU funds in the Czech Republic.
The main challenge for the new Ukrainian authorities is the dramatic economic situation.
Despite fears, the scenario of a mass migration of people from Ukraine seems rather unlikely.
The international development cooperation systems of the Visegrad countries are all rather new, in most cases only about a decade old.
The difficulties in amending the constitution come as another challenge for the ruling coalition to maintain its stability.