Germany and EU

ECFR Report on Germany’s Impact on EU

A major pan-European polling round, the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) asked citizens of the EU’s 12 most important member states for their thoughts on German leadership within the EU-27, both retrospectively,
President of Equatorial Guinea

Is Equatorial Guinea Courting Russia for Security Support?

Last week, there were reports about the development of cooperation between Mali and Russia. In social networks, unverified sources posted news about the transfer of Russian military
von der Leyen stressed media freedom

Ursula von der Leyen calls on EU Member States to protect journalists

In her annual address on the State of the Union to Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) on 15 September the President of the European Commission Ursula
Duma elections. Navalny stifled.

As Election Day approaches in Russia, the idea of a boycott gains traction

The Socialist Alternative movement has called on all rational and responsible Russian citizens to actively boycott the State Duma elections scheduled for September 17-19, 2021. It seems
Angela Merkel

Angela Merkel Hailed as a Unifying Force for Europeans

Europeans still regard Angela Merkel, who will shortly step down as German chancellor, as a unifying force, and expect Germany to continue to provide leadership within the
Brasserie de Waterloo

Gunning for Culinary Glory on the Site of the Battle of Waterloo

It was, of course, at Waterloo that Napoleon Bonaparte fell to defeat at the hands of the Duke of Wellington. That was back in June 1815 and, fast forward to