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What’s Next for Europe

By David marlin (RDW) – Central and eastern EU member states are wary that a so-called “multi-speed” Europe will relegate them to the bloc’s second tier. However, a more flexible Europe may just be the boost they’ve always needed.

Saturday’s summit commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaties was always going to be more than just a [...]

Balkan in Focus Again

By Martina Martinović - Secessionist aspirations, protests and ethnic provocations: the Balkans cannot seem to find peace, political scientist Silvia Steininger has told DW. EU leaders are set to discuss how to bring calm to the region.

DW: The Balkans are documented in this year’s Heidelberg Institute for International Conflict Research (HIIK) annual Conflict Barometer. What kinds of conflicts [...]

Hollande’s Ultimate Duty

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) New York - French president Francois Hollande has warned that a Marine Le Pen victory in upcoming elections poses a serious threat to France and the rest of Europe, Radio Deutsche Welle (RDW) reported. The outgoing president says he’ll do everything possible to prevent such a result.

In an interview published by European newspapers on Monday, [...]

Post Cold War Order

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) New York-Seeking pragmatic relations with the United States Moscow is looking for a new phase of cooperation with new Administration in Washington amid renewed tensions over the regional affairs.
At the Peace and Security Conference in Munich Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the “post-Cold War order” has come to an end but that Cold War thinking [...]

Brotherly Balkan Nationalism

By Maja Garsia-Djurdjević (BIRN) – Following the inauguration of the new US President, Donald Trump, I have taken a deep interest in US politics in an effort to try and understand what on earth happened in the US presidential elections.
I love the Obamas. I must admit that I did not follow Barack’s politics regularly. My love [...]

Germany High Gear in 2017

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) – New York – Germany’s economy expanded in the final three months of 2016, and the pickup was more pronounced than in the previous quarter, the statistics office reported. State spending related to migrants played no small role, Radio Deutsche Welle (RDW) reported.

The German economy grew at a faster pace of 0.4 percent in the [...]

New German President

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) – New York – Frank-Walter Steinmeier will be the next president of Germany, Radio Deutsche Welle (RDW) reported. The Social Democrat has been a high-ranking politician for almost 20 years and once set his sights on becoming chancellor – but was defeated by Angela Merkel.

On February 12, Frank-Walter Steinmeier will be elected president as the agreed-upon candidate of [...]

Time for Truth on Brexit

By Birgit Maass (RDW) – This week, Theresa May’s government presented a ‘White Paper’ about its plans for Brexit. But the prime minister is not admitting how difficult negotiations with the EU could really be, says Birgit Maass.
The leader of the British government is creating an image of a glorious future. Foreign countries are queuing [...]

Brexit Goes Wrong Way

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) – New York - The UK government has lost an appeal in the Supreme Court on a Brexit case, meaning that parliament must be given a vote before the formal process of leaving the EU can begin. Samira Shackle reports from London, as Radio Deutsche Welle (RDW) reported.

The judgment means that Prime Minister Theresa May cannot begin [...]

Hate Is In the Air

By Volker Wagener – “The old world of the 20th century is over for good” – Frank-Walter Steinmeier, the current German foreign minister and probable next head of state, is certainly not the kind of person to blurt something out without thinking, and here he has put things in a nutshell. And, of all people, Marine [...]

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