Germany: “Endangered Democracy”

Manuel Ochsenreiter, director of the Berlin-based German Center for Eurasian Studies
Manuel Ochsenreiter, director of the Berlin-based German Center for Eurasian Studies

More and more cases of irregularities are being revealed from the May 14 regional elections in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The results of the Eurosceptic party “Alternative für Deutschland” (AfD) especially are lowered by manipulations according to reports.
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Dr. Leonid Reshetnikov: “German business will suffer no less, and perhaps even more than the Russian business.”

Dr. Leonid Reshetnikov
Dr. Leonid Reshetnikov

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.””

Baden-Württemberg MP Udo Stein announced to take political action against the anti-Russian sanctions

Markus Frohnmaier and Udo Stein are active against the anti-Russian sanctions
Markus Frohnmaier and Udo Stein are active against the anti-Russian sanctions

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”

Erdogan’s plan to invade Europe

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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”

Kevork Almassian: EU-Turkey refugee deal – A dance with the Devil

Analyst Kevork Almassian

The EU and the Turkish government have reached a controversial ‘one in, one out’ refugee deal which they claim will end the chaotic influx of migrants towards Europe. According to the deal, irregular migrants crossing from Turkey to Greece will be sent back. For every Syrian refugee returned to Turkey from Greece, one Syrian from a Turkish refugee camp –which was built to cover up the process of recruiting and training the terrorists– is to be resettled in the EU. For other nationalities, the route to Europe is entirely cut off. Continue reading “Kevork Almassian: EU-Turkey refugee deal – A dance with the Devil”

German AfD politician calls for immediate lifting of anti-Russian sanctions

Jörg Urban, MP in the Saxonian parliament for the German sovereignist party “Alternative für Deutschland” (AfD) calls for immediate lifting of anti-Russian sanctions. These sanctions are “arbitrary and useless”, said Urban. The MP accused the German mainstream parties CDU, SPD and Greens to harm with their sanctions policy towards Russia the Saxonian agribusiness. Urban demanded a “rational foreign politics” from the German government. Berlin should eventually recognize the Crimean referendum of March 2014 and the unification of the peninsula with Russia.