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Will Europe break with the United States?

I received a great questions from a German reader who also happens to be a journalist. He asked, “What would be a way and what would be the practical implications if Europe in general and Germany in particular were to break with the US in order to find a European peace and economic framework including […]

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Is a global war on the way?

This article is based on a story published in the Polish weekly newspaper Mysl Polska. The Russian mobilization announced on Wednesday means the end of the “strange war” in Ukraine and its transformation into a full-scale conflict. In the context of the referenda planned for the next few days and the annexation of part of […]

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Forget the tears. The West is happy that Russia has attacked Ukraine

At first it may seem of course a terrible thing even to just entertain such a thought. Yet there are a lot of elements to suggests that Europe and the United States may not entirely be disinterested in the prolongation of the Ukrainian crisis, since February taken to a new level by the open confrontation […]

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Can Macron avert a war between Russia and NATO?

French President Emmanuel Macron succeeded in getting his colleagues from Russia and the United States, Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden, to agree to a summit on security issues in the Ukrainian Donbass, where an armed escalation has continued for the fourth day since 18 February. Macron “proposed a summit between President Biden and President Putin […]

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Europe Poland

Poland is not going to leave the EU, but the EU is at yet another crisis point

Relations between Poland and the EU have been tense since at least 2015, when the Polish conservative party “Prawo i Sprawiedliwosc” (“Law and Justice”) won the elections after a 8-year rule by the pro-European “Citizen platform”. These relations took another turn for the worse when a few weeks ago the Polish Constitutional Court deemed some […]

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Putin, Putin everywhere – Myśl Polska

This article originally appeared on Myśl Polska. The German Office for the Protection of the Constitution has targeted German vaccine-skeptics who do not trust vaccination against COVID-19 with drugs that are not sufficiently tested for side effects, or for how long they last. Someone might ask: what does the Office for the Protection of the […]

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Europe must not succumb to the Soros network – Orban responds to Soros

Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orbán responded to an article by George Soros published in Project Syndicate on November 18, calling for pressure on Hungary and Poland. Many believe that the prime minister of a country should not enter into an argument with George Soros. Their reasoning is that Soros is an economic criminal, because he […]

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Long read: How the West subverts itself

In the last decade Western audiences have often been fed a narrative of Russian interference in our domestic affairs. The Western media abounds with horrifying stories of how the Russians are seeking to exploit social division and subvert us. What the precise outcome of such a malicious plan is, remains unclear. After all the great […]

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Eastern Europe beats West in Covid-19 fight, but West can’t acknowledge it because of Cold War SUPERIORITY complex

By Neil Clark This article was originally published on RT.com By any objective assessment, governments in the eastern half of Europe have dealt with the Covid-19 outbreak better than many in the west. Yet, because of deep-seated attitudes of superiority, few are giving credit where it’s due. Europe is divided again, but this time not […]

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Why Russians Don’t Want to Be Europeans

By Patrick Armstrong This article was originally published by the Strategic Culture Foundation. In a previous essay I argued that Russia was not a European country. It was its own thing – a civilisation-state. I used a Toynbeean argument that the history of Europe could be written without ever using the word “Russia” up until […]

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The Illusion Of The Polish Road To Sovereignty – One World

This article was written by Polish journalist Konrad Rękas in response to Andrew Korybko’s latest piece about how “Germany Wants To Replace The Patriotic Polish Government With Europhile Puppets”. It originally appeared on One World. I tried to understand the author’s writing that Poland is already on its road to independence because I know that […]

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Germany Wants To Replace The Patriotic Polish Government With Europhile Puppets – One World

This article originally appeared on OneWorld. The former Polish Minister of Defense accused Germany of conspiring with a few other foreign actors to replace the patriotic Polish government with Europhile puppets, arguing that the country’s latest political controversy over the date of its presidential elections is proof of an attempt being made to carry out […]

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We shall never forget

Tomorrow is May 9, Victory Day. 75 years from the day when we gained full confidence that we will live, we the future generations whose grandparents, great-grandmothers and great-grandfathers have all directly or indirectly participated in the war. In 2017, new data was declassified 41 million people – 41 MILLION – in the USSR fell […]

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Никогда не забудем

Завтра 9 мая, день великой победы. 75 лет с того дня, когда мы получили полную уверенность в том, что будем жить, мы – будущие поколения, чьи бабушки и дедушки, прабабушки и прадедушки – все до единого прямо или косвенно учавствовали в войне. В 2017 г были рассекречены новые данные – 41 МИЛЛИОН. 41 миллион жителей […]

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Europe Ukraine

How do Ukrainians see Europe?

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, for many Ukrainians, Europe became a kind of “promised land.” Not only for Ukrainians, however, but also for people from many other former Soviet republics. The media actively idealized and embellished Europe in order to turn people away from the nostalgia for Soviet times that existed in Ukrainian […]

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Как украинцы видят Европу?

После распада Советского Союза для многих украинцев Европа стала чем-то вроде «земли обетованной». Не только для ряда украинцев, впрочем, но и для жителей многих других республик. СМИ активно идеализировали и приукрашивали Европу, чтобы отвратить людей от ностальгии по советским временам, бытовавшей в украинском обществе в 1990х и начале 2000х. Такая ностальгия была вызвана резким ухудшением […]

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Will coronavirus revive global liberalism or put an end to it? – Myśl Polska

This article first appeared on Myśl Polska. The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the face of the modern world in the basic spheres of human existence. He revealed above all the destructive nature of global political and economic-economic processes based on liberalism – not only at the societal level, but also in the individual space of […]

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The European Union is an insufferable charade but it can emerge stronger after covid-19

The coronavirus epidemic has once again shown the true face of the European Union, just as the euro crisis in 2011 and the subsequent treatment of Greece showed. There are the beautiful slogans and proclaims of common values, solidarity and prosperity – and there is the hard, brutal and cold reality. Before this latest crisis, […]

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German arrogance will destroy the European Union

In recent years, Germany came to be seen as one of the few forces for good in the world: it took over a million refugees from Syria and other countries ravaged by war or simply poor; it led in the struggle against climate change and emissions, in particular after the Fukushima disaster, when it decided […]

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Italian PM Conte: “Insinuations about Russian aid offend me deeply”

In an interview with the BBC, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has said Russian aid to Italy, until now the country that has registred the highest number of CoViD-19 deaths, has come with no strings attached. Answering to a question from BBC journalist Mark Lowen, who asked if Russia was planning to use aid to […]

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