Decline of Europe
Inter-ethnic peace remains a tricky formula in Bosnia
May 4th saw the reopening of the rebuilt Aladza Mosque in the eastern Bosnian town of Foca, in Bosnia’s Republika Srpska. The original mosque was built in a classic Ottoman style in 1550, but …
CDU Regime Change
Nearly a dozen candidates ponder the idea of a candidacy for the stewardship of Germany's strongest party. But one of them immediately heated expectations: Friedrich Merz, 62, head of America's main …
Euro Headed For A Fall?
Germany has been one of the strongest supporters of the Euro, the Eurozone and the European Union. Throughout the EU sovereign debt crisis Germany banks were at the forefront of providing guarantees …
In August British prime-minister Theresa May and German Chancellor Angela Merkel both visited Africa. The UK leader was accompanied by 29 trade delegates; while the German development minister Gerd …
Kremlin says no contacts on Syria between Putin and Merkel on Thursday
Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel did not hold contacts on Syria on Thursday, but they discussed the situation there earlier, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry …
EU Migrants’ Crisis: Russia’s Fault, Too?
Blaming Russia for somehow interfering in the US presidential election has worked well for the currently ideologically irrelevant Democrats to stay afloat and for Washington as a whole to keep Trump …
Britain: And the next Prime Minister is – Boris Johnson?
Boris Johnson, the former head of the UK Foreign Office, has emerged as the favourite to succeed Prime Minister Theresa May, according to a poll conducted by conservativehome.com, which supports the …
Moscow expects ‘political enlightenment’ in London following new foreign secretary’s appointment
According to TASS, Moscow expects that a "political enlightenment" will follow the new British foreign secretary’s appointment, Russian Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.
ECHR takes care of migrants' rights, not native Europeans
The Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers, which supervises the implementation of the European Court of Human Rights' judgments, closed a record number of 3,691 cases last year. …
The European Court protects only its own interests
In recent years, international lawyers call for a reform of the European Court of Human Rights. Experts are concerned that judges of the ECHR disregard the national law of European states and often go …