Wednesday, 24 April , 2019

Gabriel

Move Eurovision From Israel, Peter Gabriel and Leading U.K. Artists Urge...

Signatories to letter say venue must change because of 'Israel's systematic violation of Palestinian human rights'; BBC rejects call Jan 30, 2019 Some 50 British cultural...

Easter march for peace

by Victor Grossman Apr 05, 2018 Photo by Uwe Hiksch Despite the noontime rain it was a good crowd. Frankly, not a very large crowd taking part...

German politicians question US-led campaign against Russia

By Johannes Stern 29 March 2018 While London and Washington continue to further incite tensions with Russia over the Skripal case, criticism is mounting...

Trump’s Iran move increases danger of war, says Sigmar Gabriel

German foreign minister warns of consequences of US president’s stance. By Jacopo Barigazzi If the U.S. terminates the Iran nuclear deal or reimposes...

Gabriel is begging the USA on Iran

Trump's Iran plans driving EU toward Russia and China: Germany BERLIN (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump’s expected move to “de-certify” the international nuclear deal...

Gabriel: Α Korean War may have more victims than WWII

German top diplomat says North Korean crisis may result in more victims than WWII August 31, 2017 Gabriel also said the global community should strictly abide...

Washington is preparing for nuclear war in Europe

By Johannes Stern Amid mounting military and diplomatic tensions between the US and Russia, the German daily Süddeutsche Zeitung reported Friday that the American...

Germany’s Gabriel warns of ‘Cold War 2.0’ threat from rearmament

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany stands on the front line of a new Cold War, Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said, and Chancellor Angela Merkel was...

London Terror Attack: It’s Time to Confront Wahhabism and Saudi Arabia

by John Wight It is time for an honest conversation about Wahhabism, specifically the part this Saudi-sponsored ideology plays in radicalizing young Muslims both across...

Germany vs. China – Neoliberalism strikes back

While trade experts warn that a recent spending spree by Chinese companies — many of them supported by the Chinese government — will harm the competitiveness of European business in the long-term, Berlin and Brussels are struggling to come up with a political response.