Germans’ nightmare: the UK’s never-ending Brexit tangle

posted in: Germany, News

The Uncertain Kingdom; a closer watch over extremism; electric alliance. Here’s our Daily Briefing for January 16, 2019. Golden age.    (Source: Bloomberg) After Theresa May’s record failure to push through her Brexit deal in Westminster, Germans are caught between sympathy and … Read More

Analysis Merkel Wants to Talk High-tech in Israel, but Iran and Palestinians May Dampen Mood

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The German chancellor is in Israel hoping to improve economic ties between the two countries. But a Bedouin village and the Gaza Strip could cast a large shadow over proceedings this week. Merkel and the Netanyahus at their home, October … Read More

Do Angela Merkel and Germany have a joint future?

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The new German government is in operation since a few weeks now but there is trouble brewing afoot in Berlin. Unexpectedly, the right wing AfD is pretty quiet at the time. The CSU remains the arsonist Those who have hoped … Read More

United States of Europe: German minister unveils shocking EU vision to TAKE OVER continent

posted in: European Union, News

GERMAN Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel revealed his shocking vision of the future that would see the European Union completely control the continent. The fervently pro-EU politician suggested European countries in the future will only be able to exercise self-control through … Read More

Germany puts Germany first

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German soldiers hold Germany’s national flag | Vano Shlamov/AFP via Getty Images Since the end of World War II, German statesmen from across the political spectrum have insisted that their nation has no national interests, only supranational ones. As founding … Read More

Germany ties Iraq aid to peaceful resolution of conflict with Kurds

Iraqi Kurdish President Masoud Barzani casts his vote during Kurds independence referendum in Erbil, Iraq September 25, 2017. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari BERLIN – 18 December 2017: Germany on Monday said its continued support for Iraq and the semi-autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government … Read More

Because of Trump, people are burning Israeli flags and attacking Jews

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At least a dozen people were charged for incidents related to anti-Semitism after hundreds gathered in Germany’s capital on Sunday and burned Israeli flags to protest President Donald Trump’s decision to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel. People who stir … Read More

Germans think Trump is a bigger problem than North Korea

Not so close. (Michael Kappeler/Pool Photo via AP) The once-close relationship between the US and Germany has undergone a shakeup since Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election. Over the course of this year—particularly during Germany’s own election campaign—politicians including Chancellor Angela … Read More

Tillerson gets chilly reception from European allies

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini address a joint news conference at the European Council in Brussels on Tuesday. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)   BRUSSELS — Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s trip to Europe, normally friendly … Read More

MERKEL LOSING GRIP: Germany more DIVIDED than ever before in threat to EU integration

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Theresa May: MPs must ‘come together’ to deliver Brexit The German Chancellor is already suffering from a damaged ego over a failure to form a coalition following September’s embarrassing election defeat. And now Angela Merkel is struggling to maintain grip … Read More

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