Europe’s biggest problem is Germany, not Greece. Just over two years ago (May, 2013) I published a piece entitled “The German Diktat”, in which I listed the justifications given by Germany at the beginning of the First World War for its atrocities against Belgium, a small country that had refused to go along with Germany’s Read more…
Interview on the comeback of the WikiLeaks whistleblowing platform and his desire to provide assistance to a German parliamentary committee that is investigating mass NSA spying
Greece and the German Strategy to Dominate Europe
Wealthy, powerful heads of state and other bosses high up in the Bavarian Alps, and the vigorous protests from opposing crowds kept out of earshot downhill, largely stole media thunder
The veil cast over this institutional deficit of an empowered European Parliament based on a European-wide system of political parties has not yet been really shredded
Germany’s economic model hasn’t delivered on its promises of social justice. Does the recent strike wave pose a threat to “social partnership”?
At all demonstrations there were many posters, signs and stickers welcoming refugees and immigrants, in opposition to the neo-Nazis, PEGIDA and right-wing AfD-party people
There are little chances that the 70th anniversary of the Nazi defeat will offer the opportunity for a non-ideological revisiting of the past
Europe’s economic powerhouse Germany still remains, to all intents and purposes, a militarily occupied country, with as many as 21,500 British soldiers and 50,000 US troops still stationed on its soil.
The participation in Revolutionary May Day in Berlin has consistently increased in number