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Democratic decisions in global or regional powers have an influence on other nation’s life, hence the desire to participate in the other democracy’s voting or influence the decision making. I posted earlier on Iwanttovotetoo.com, a site devoted to collect non-official votes to the American presidential campaign from the rest of the world. Looks like its… » read more

Posted by Dániel Antal

Although only American citizens have a vote, the whole globalized world will be effected by the presidential elections in the world’s strongest democracy. Europeans have high hopes and a high level of trust in Senator Obama. According to the latest international poll of Pew Global Attitudes Project, a very high number of Earthlings take the… » read more

Posted by Dániel Antal

We Europeans tend to believe that we are leading the fight against carbon emissions and we are too easily pointing the fingers at the United States. I think that the great visualization tool of Worldmapper, a world map that is distorted proportionally to carbon emissions should make us think. And the EU emission is still… » read more

Posted by Dániel Antal

Seven Nato nations (Germany, Slovakia, Latvia, Lithuania, Italy and Spain) have backed a new cyber defence centre in Estonia. The seven allies will fund and staff the new command center in Tallinn. The US will initially send an observer to the project, which will have some 30 staff when fully operational in August. Last year… » read more

Posted by Dániel Antal

The Central European Initiative is a loose co-operation of 18 states in the region. Given the heterogenity of the group, its summit are never spectacular, and guest lists and the not present members are almost as interesting as the statements. The 15th summit had an important guest: Abdullah Gül, the president of Turkey. The Initative… » read more

Posted by Dániel Antal

Hello world!

Hello to Blogactiv.eu readers! This is my first post here. I have been blogging to my friends and family who are outside my home country, Hungary, and many of the posts turned out to be on Europe. I thought that these posts may be interesting to a wider readership and I could keep my personal… » read more

Posted by Dániel Antal