Thursday, 23 March , 2023


Germany’s Renewed Nationalism

After decades of feeling ashamed of the past, Germans are slowly beginning to take pride in their history and long list of achievements. Its authors are celebrated, German songs are gaining popularity on the airwaves—and its economy is thriving as other nations struggle. An assertive and confident Germany is boldly speaking on the world stage—and others are

Hungary sets date for referendum on EU migrant quotas, PM favors...

Hungary will hold a referendum on October 2 to decide if the country will further accept the EU’s mandatory migrant quota system. Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who initiated the decision, earlier said a “no” vote would be in favor of Hungary's independence.

Brexit deepens contradictions within EU

So many things have been said in every EU countries since the Brexit vote prevailed that it seems difficult to add something new concerning what can happen with the UK and its relations with EU, what can happen in the global economical sphere or what can happen with EU as such

Dr. Strangelove goes to war

On March 23 General Breedlove, Chief of Staff of the American European Command gave an address to the Ministry of Defence of Georgia, announcing...

Migration as a weapon

All of us, who have not lost our human quality, feel deep compassion looking to the crowds of refugees and immigrants, risking their lives...