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Ukraine War: German weapons against Russia – who will stop us?

Ukraine War: German weapons against Russia – who will stop us?

Commentary in the German daily newspaper Berliner Zeitung.
“No peace solution without some interaction with Russia”

“No peace solution without some interaction with Russia”

In interview, German business association rejects sanctions and calls for dialogue.
Germany is being dragged into war

Germany is being dragged into war

Evaluations on the recently exposed recordings of German military discussing aid to Ukraine.
Conference of Compact Magazine: “Withdraw from NATO, make peace with Russia”

Conference of Compact Magazine: “Withdraw from NATO, make peace with Russia”

Debate in Germany about the country's global positioning in the context of the Ukra,ne and Palestine crises.
Germany said ‘goodbye’ to nuclear power plants

Germany said ‘goodbye’ to nuclear power plants

Though an electricity importing country, Germany follows the opposite line of its neighbors. While the tale of “Putin’s responsibility” is over, deindustrialization begins.
Former German Chief of Staff criticizes his government harshly and calls for ceasefire and negotiations in Ukraine

Former German Chief of Staff criticizes his government harshly and calls for ceasefire and negotiations in Ukraine

Interview of Harald Kujat, former Chief of Staff of German Armed Forces and former Head of NATO-Russia Council.
Merkel: Europe’s security demands cooperation with Russia

Merkel: Europe’s security demands cooperation with Russia

Former Chancellor's public positioning and reactions within Germany.
“Germany is acting as an American Vassal in the Ukraine War”

“Germany is acting as an American Vassal in the Ukraine War”

Former German Minister Oskar Lafontaine's article in complete, criticizing Germany's submission to the US.
Driver or driven: German Chancellor Scholz’ difficult stance in Ukraine conflict

Driver or driven: German Chancellor Scholz’ difficult stance in Ukraine conflict

The German Chancellor had announced a fundamental change in foreign policy - but his own partners question him for not being radical enough.
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