ermany has a lot of domestic problems that the government and each responsible federal office have to face.
In a similar effort, last week, German federal authorities banned two "media" organizations in Germany, which had links to the PKK terrorist organization.
ast week I tried to address the general perception of European states and in particular Germany’s stance with regards to the Venezuelan crisis.
n early 2018, Germany’s current coalition government and particularly its foreign minister Heiko Maas (SPD) devotedly and ambitiously promoted Germany’s candidacy for a non-permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) for the 2019-2020 term – and ultimately, he achieved success.
” During last week’s meeting in one of Germany’s state parliaments, that is to say in a “Landtag,” which is the legislative body of a federal state in Germany, a member of the far-right AfD party triggered a tumult.
Besides his lunch meeting with Turkey’s Ambassador to Germany, the leader of the Kemalist-left CHP came together with the members of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD).
While social and political movements have increasingly gained momentum in Germany, the existing dominant structures and political parties have continued to lose power and influence.
Simon Bulmer discussed the rising position & role of Germany in a post Brexit EU.
n Thursday, Turkey’s President Erdogan arrived in Germany for a three-day lasting official state visit.
n a joint conference held in Germany on Friday, President Erdoğan and German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed bilateral relations.
pproximately two weeks ago, the head of Germany’s domestic intelligence, Hans-Georg Maassen, had doubted the authenticity of a video showing racist violence in Chemnitz.
nce again, Germany’s political and bureaucratic elite has recently discussed a topic, which is actually based on a long-lasting problem, namely, racism.
One of Germany’s largest Sunday newspapers, Welt am Sonntag, preferred a very controversial front-page headline on Sunday, July 29.
ETA has recently published a second, extended report on “The organization of FETO (Fethullah Gulen Terror Organization) in Germany and Germany’s Policy on FETO”.
What is the NSU? It is predicted that Beate Zschäpe, Uwe Mundlos and Uwe Böhnhardt, who were born in Jena, Germany, met during the mid-1990s and established the NSU.
Prior to the airstrikes led by the Western trio, which consists of three countries possessing legalnuclear weapons and being permanent members of the UN Security Council, Chancellor Merkel excluded Germany’s active participation in the possible military action in Syria while stressing that her government supports the need “to send a clear signal that the use of chemical weapons is unacceptable.