Our analyst Kevork Almassian debating with Mohammad Shafiq about Ahrar Al-Sham terror group monument in Dresden.
Several German MPs from regional parliaments expressed their deep concern about the new escalation of the Donbass war. Continue reading “German MPs concerned about escalation in Donbass”
Donetsk People’s Republic second Representative Office in the EU opened in Italian Turin, the DPR Foreign Ministry said. The Republic was represented by a member of the regional parliament of Brothers of Italy (Fratelli d’Italia) party Maurizio Marrone, who visited Donbass twice in 2016. Continue reading “Donetsk People’s Republic’s second Representative Office in the EU opened in Turin Italy”
The Russian philosopher and geopolitical expert Prof. Alexandr Dugin explains why Russia supports the Syrian Arab Army in its fight against terrorist gangs: Continue reading “Alexandr Dugin: “Why we fight in Syria””
MP Johannes Hübner, Member of the National Council for the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ) since 2008 and expert for foreign relations, about the Austrian presidential elections: Continue reading “MP Johannes Hübner (Freedom Party) about Austrian presidential election: Why Hofer lost?”
Manuel Ochsenreiter, director of the German Center for Eurasian Studies, about the “Trump Effect” in Europe: Continue reading “Manuel Ochsenreiter: “Double Trump Trouble for the Liberal European Elites””
On December 3rd, 70 people were set to travel to Pabradė close to Vilnius to take part in a commemoration of Polish victims who perished in Lithuanian camps during WW2. The reason for the stops and the questions asked were not stated. Continue reading “Lithuanian authorities stop Polish bus for commemoration of Polish victims of WW2”
A ceremony dedicated to difficult times in Polish-Lithuanian relations will be held on December 3rd, 2016 in Podbrodzie, a city located near Vilnius where most of the Polish minority in Lithuania lives. Continue reading “Polish minority in Lithuania commemorates WWII genocide”
Ein junger Mann, der einen weißen Helm und ein unverwechselbares gelb-blauen Zeichen auf dem Arm trägt, gräbt vier Stunden lang in den Trümmern eines zerstörten Gebäudes in der Provinz Idlib im Nordwesten Syriens. Schließlich sieht er das, was er suchte – ein Kind. Er trägt es in einen Krankenwagen, als ob es sein eigenes Kind wäre.
Continue reading “„Weißhelme“ in Syrien: Realität und Fiktion”
The German Center for Eurasian Studies conducted two electoral and crisis observation missions in both people´s republics in Donbasss in July and September this year. The director of the German Center, Manuel Ochsenreiter, witnessed the preparations, organization and presentation of the candidates of the Donbass primaries. Continue reading “Primaries in Donbass: Succesful Observation Mission”