Josué Michels

When anti-British and anti-American sentiments started to rise in Asia

Nuremberg is prepared for the final resurrection of the Holy Roman Empire.

A time is coming when Berlin’s monuments of war will be turned into monuments of peace.

Almost worse than a wall, Germany’s political division hinders the country’s progress.

A court case in Hamburg reminiscent of Germany’s dark past

Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg demands change in how Germany’s chancellor candidate is selected.

Germany and the Netherlands practice a nuclear attack.

As the U.S. gradually withdraws, Europe’s troops are left in German hands.

Europe’s major economies are facing setbacks, but it is the U.S. that needs to fear.

Will Austrian politics be paralleled in Germany?

Austrian political turmoil ends, leaving the real danger hidden.

A real scandal that could cost the lives of millions is being overlooked.

‘Holidays are not consumption days. As days of peace and reflection, they are part of our cultural, historical and religious heritage.’

The Franco-German tandem is missing a rider.

The days of self-imposed exile are over.

Kramp-Karrenbauer approves a long-awaited reform in the Army’s procurement policies.

As yet another cultural revival begins in Europe, it is high time to understand its origin.

Investigators’ sympathy has hindered the investigation for years.

Germany is connecting Europe digitally—against the U.S.

Germany’s groaning for security means Bible prophecy is about to be fulfilled.

Germany’s new hope is boldly making his presence known.

Germany’s offensive cybercapabilities may soon have a leader willing to use them.

Eastern Germany’s yearning for a strong German Army was prophesied.

We should again heed Churchill’s warning.

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