Category: Germany

Don Quijones: Angela Merkel’s NSA Nightmare Just Got A Lot Worse

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.

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Marina Sitrin: Revolutionary May Day in Berlin: It Began with a Riot

The participation in Revolutionary May Day in Berlin has consistently increased in number

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Nikos Raptis: The Situation in Greece

So, can these hundreds of thousands of people of Greek origin, especially those in Russia who have Russian as their native language, play some important role in the relationship between Greece and Russia?

Cora Currier: Secret Details of Drone Strike Revealed As Unprecedented Case Goes to German Court

It is the first time a victim of a U.S. drone strike will air his grievances in court

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Jérôme Roos: Neoliberal nihilism and the politics of mass murder-suicide

Against the death drive of neoliberal nihilism we must reaffirm a politics of life

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David Swanson: Drone Victims Take Germany to Court for Abetting U.S. Murders

The suit argues that it is illegal under German law for the German government to allow the U.S. air base at Ramstein to be used for drone murders abroad

Oskar Lafontaine: A Better Europe is Possible

Interview on “anti-systemic” parties and how to forge a democratic Europe

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Glenn Greenwald: US Threatened Germany Over Snowden, Vice Chancellor Says

German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said that the U.S. government threatened to cease sharing intelligence with Germany if Berlin offered asylum to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden

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Jérôme Roos: Blockupy vs ECB: a battle for the future of European democracy

Yes, the Eurozone is running itself into the ground. And no, it cannot be reformed. For European democracy to thrive, it must be torn asunder

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Conn Hallinan: Greece: Memory and Debt

According to the Syriza government, the 115 million marks Germany paid in 1960 were only in compensation for Greek victims of Nazism, not the physical damage to the country, the destruction of the economy, or the forced loans

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