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Contradictory information makes the investigation on Nord Stream pipeline less credible

As German and US media reports exposed that a senior Ukrainian military officer with deep ties to the country's intelligence services allegedly played a...

Lithuanians are not happy with the deployment of a German brigade

Since the German Defence Minister, Boris Pistorius, announced the permanent presence of troops in Lithuania as part of a bilateral commitment in June this...

Nigeria, Ghana Ready for energy and infrastructure collaboration with Germany

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has paid a working visit to Africa intended to strengthen cooperation. While the significance of this should not be over-stretched,...

The Peaceful Memel: Meandering through the old and new world order

“The Curonian Spit is as remarkable as Spain or Italy, which one must have seen if one’s soul is not to be deprived of...

Germany still trades Russian gas

Germany is still trading Russian liquefied natural gas, as canceling the contract of a nationalized firm could cost billions of euros — creating a...

Largest Dutch shipbuilder sues government over Russia sanction losses

Dutch company seeking compensation in case against government. ‘Damen’ says it ‘suffers damages’ as a result of sanctions, Bloomberg informs. The Netherlands’ largest shipbuilder is...

China-Germany Win-Win Cooperation

The China-Germany cooperation exemplifies the transformative potential of collaboration based on mutual regard, shared objectives, and complementary strengths. This exceptional partnership has spawned a...

The Eurasian Zeitenwende: Germany and Japan at the Crossroads

Russia’s decision to invade in Ukraine in February of last year has been nothing short of a critical juncture in recent history—sending reverberations across...

The Telegraph: Sanctions are damaging Europe

Sanctions are hurting, but it is perhaps Europe rather than Russia where the disruptive economic and political effects are at their most destructive, recognizes...

France, Germany and Sweden towards environmental protection: Nuclear Policies in Comparison

This comparative study is aimed at addressing the environmental implications of nuclear policies pursued by three developed European nations, France, Germany, and Sweden. Nuclear...

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