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German Politics: Confused, but Self-Righteous
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German Politics: Confused, but Self-Righteous
October 5, 2021

Diana Johnstone assesses the recent German election, the decline of the traditional left, and its implications for relations with the U.S. and Russia.

Europe After Angela Merkel: Is the Atlantic Era Over
September 30, 2021

Just what shape Germany’s governing coalition will take is still unclear in the aftermath of the September 26 election, which saw the Social Democrats (SPD), led by finance minister Olaf Scholz, come away with just over a quarter of the vote, at 25.7 percent.

Europe After Angela Merkel: Is the Atlantic Era Over
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Will Germany Succeed in Detaching Itself From the Death Grip of the Anglo-American Empire?
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Will Germany Succeed in Detaching Itself From the Death Grip of the Anglo-American Empire?
September 26, 2021

As Germany moves ever closer to the Russian-Chinese’s multipolarism, will it succeed in avoiding the last squeeze from the Anglo-American Empire’s death grip?

One Year On… Navalny Poison Pulp Fiction – Surprisingly – Provides a Real Conclusion
August 27, 2021

There is no doubt Navalny is an asset for Western intelligence agencies assigned to subvert Russia from within with his scripted media antics.

One Year On… Navalny Poison Pulp Fiction – Surprisingly – Provides a Real Conclusion
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German Double Standards: No Ban, No Masks, No Distance at Berlin’s Gay Parade
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German Double Standards: No Ban, No Masks, No Distance at Berlin’s Gay Parade
August 2, 2021

German critics of the Corona measures are now almost routinely denied the basic right to gather peacefully in the open air. Anyone who wants to hold a counter-demonstration against such rallies can also expect it to be approved.

Nord Stream 2 ‘Deal’ Is Not an American Concession, It’s Admission of Defeat
July 23, 2021

All in all, Washington’s virtue-signaling is one helluva gas!

Nord Stream 2 ‘Deal’ Is Not an American Concession, It’s Admission of Defeat
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EU Has a New Crisis. A Frenchman Called Michel Barnier Who Has Held It to Hostage
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EU Has a New Crisis. A Frenchman Called Michel Barnier Who Has Held It to Hostage
May 15, 2021

It might well be Michel Bernier who emerges as a veiled presidential anti-EU runner in France’s presidential elections in 2022.

Washington’s Green Branches in Europe
May 3, 2021

The German Green Party has a chance to join a ruling coalition in September’s election, after turning its back on its roots, to root for Washington.

Washington’s Green Branches in Europe
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