The director of the German Center for Eurasian Studies, Manuel Ochsenreiter, talks on Moscow based “Katehon TV” channel about the arrest of his friend and colleague Mateusz Piskorski (vice director of the German Center for Eurasian Studies) in Poland. Continue reading “Director Manuel Ochsenreiter on “Katehon TV” about Piskorski´s arrest”
On May 18th, 2016, the well-known Polish politician Mateusz Piskorski was arrested on charg-es of spying for “third countries.” Shortly before, he wrote an article that predicted the beginning of mass political repressions against NATO opponents in Poland and Europe as a whole. He was right. The German Center for Eurasian Studies presents the following translation (original source: Katehon) of his article: Continue reading “Piskorski: NATO will suppress protests in Poland”
The Obama administration again says it supports the peace process to end the Syrian proxy war. However, there is still the demand for a political transition defined by Washington. And this demand is backed up by threats. Has this conflict entered a new stage for Syria and the region?
CrossTalking with Mohammad Marandi, Richard Weitz, and Kevork Almassian (German Center for Eurasian Studies) Continue reading “German Center Expert Kevork Almassian about the War in Syria on RT”
On the morning of May 18th, the Internal Security Agency of Poland launched a series of raids against anti-NATO activists and allies of the political party of the famous politician and analyst Dr. Mateusz Piskorski, Zmiana (Change). Piskorski himself was arrested and remains in custody on charges of “spying for a foreign country”. Mateusz Piskorski is as well the vice director of the German Center for Eurasian Studies. Continue reading “The Case of Mateusz Piskorski: “Warsaw goes Ankara””
At a press conference in Stuttgart, MP Udo Stein of the sovereignist Alternative “für Deutschland “ (AfD) party announced to take action against the anti-Russian sanction regime of the Berlin government. The speaker of the AfD youth organization “Junge Alternative” (JA) Markus Frohnmaier supported Stein. Frohnmaier is one of the strongest critics of the sanction politics. Continue reading “Baden-Württemberg MP Udo Stein announced to take political action against the anti-Russian sanctions”
by Steven Nezar Sahiounie (Syria)
Europe is historically a group of different nations with Christian background, now banded together as an economic unit known as the European Union.
On the other hand, Turkey is a non-European nation with 75 million Muslim population, on the edge of the European continent, with a long stated goal of entering the EU, but consistently denied for several reasons, most importantly is Turkey’s record in Human Rights.
Turkey’s President Erdogan decided to invest in the Syrian crisis, by using migrants flooding into Europe as a method to change the demographics to Turkey’s favor. Continue reading “Erdogan’s plan to invade Europe”