The director of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies (RISS), Dr. Leonid Reshetnikov, gave the German Center for Eurasian Studies an exclusive interview about the effects of the anti-Russian sanction politics. Continue reading “Dr. Leonid Reshetnikov: “German business will suffer no less, and perhaps even more than the Russian business.””
The leader of the German sovereignist and eurosceptic party Alternative für Deutschland (AfD), Dr. Frauke Petry, called the British referendum “a signal to the Brussel´s politburo”. She sees the result of the referendum as a reaction against the EU centralism. Other European nations might as well “reconquer their sovereignty” in the way the British did. Continue reading “Leader of German Eurosceptics comments on Brexit: „Time for a new Europe!“”
The German Center for Eurasian Studies met in Prague leading representatives of the World Council of Carpathian Rusyns. The talks were about the political situation of the national minority of Rusyns in Transcarpathia which is today part of Ukraine. The talks were about the level of discrimination by the Kiev government and the ignorance of the EU institutions.
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”
In RT´s report about the Yalta International Economic Forum German MEP Marcus Pretzell (AfD) is critizising the EU sanctions against the Russian Federation:
Continue reading “German MEP Marcus Pretzell: “The US was pushing the EU, especially, Germany to sanction Russia.””
Dutch voters have overwhelmingly rejected a Ukraine-European Union treaty on closer political and economic ties, in a rebuke to their government and to the EU establishment. With a turnout of 32.2%, the threshold for a valid referendum was met. 61.59% of votes were Against the Approval Act.
While the German mainstream parties criticized the result of the referendum, politicians of the two German opposition parties – the sovereignist “Alternative für Deutschland” (AfD) and the left wing “Die Linke” embraced the political signal of the referendum. Continue reading “German opposition parties embrace the result of the Dutch referendum”