Josué Michels

Germany Sides With Putin Against America’s New Sanctions Against Russia

Berlin accuses America of economic self-interest for proposing sanctions against Russia.

Germany’s plan to fight poverty, hopelessness and terrorism in Africa is not a selfless act of solidarity.

How Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan extends his political arm into Europe

German Chancellor Merkel’s visit to Latin America has the world’s attention: Is she forging an alliance against President Trump?

EU Commission proposes a security and defense union independent of Britain and the U.S.

Donald Trump’s latest act of pulling the United States out of the Paris Agreement makes Germany look like a moral hero.

Move from Turkish air base could give Germany a strategic advantage in the Middle East.

Chancellor Merkel looks east as President Trump pulls America back from Europe.

The German chancellor calls for a drastic turning point in U.S.-European relations.

President Trump wants to drastically change Germany’s trade behavior, and a trade war with the EU has already begun.

It is more than just a symbolic act as critics claim.

Der Spiegel sees two options: either an America without President Trump or a world without America.

The Trump presidency has seen a drastic decline in America’s popularity, especially in Germany.

Berlin has created a new military branch to take the lead in high-tech hybrid war.

Upcoming elections could further shake Europe’s political landscape.

There have always been Nazis in the German Army.

These two nations need to get along, but they don’t.

The European Central Bank’s negative interest rate policy is a symptom of a bigger crisis.

Totalitarian systems in Europe were a thing of the past—until now.

Turkey’s constitutional referendum was about much more than just the constitution.

Germany seeks to align civil war-torn Syria with Europe.