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Darrell Delamaide's Political Capital: German left keeps up pressure ahead of Europe vote
Chancellor Angela Merkel may keep Germany on a tight rein with her large majority in the Bundestag, but her grand coalition of the main center-right and center-left parties gives a louder voice to the smaller groups in opposition in the Parliament.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Germany's Arms Exports Turn Into Gamesmanship
It's been a long time since a German vice-chancellor has defied his chancellor - especially over Germany's booming weapons exports.
German energy minister: 'EU partners think we are crazy'
Sigmar Gabriel, Germany's Energy Minister, blames Europe's periphery for dragging its feet on global warming and renewable energies.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Difference between political pledges of Korea and Germany
Difference between political pledges of Korea and Germany . APRIL 15, 2014 05:59.
Germany, France see ghosts of WWI in Ukraine
Senior French and German officials have warned that the surge in nationalism fueling the crisis in Ukraine echoes the ideas that gripped Europe a century ago and led to World War I. Sigmar Gabriel, Germany's vice chancellor, says the "ghosts of nationalism are being let out of the bottle" in Ukraine, where separatists in the East are seeking to ... (more)
Sun Apr 13, 2014
German tank sale to Saudi Arabia likely to be cancelled: newspaper
A sale of several hundred German battle tanks to Saudi Arabia is likely to be cancelled because of opposition from Social Democrat Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel, a German newspaper reported on Sunday.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
101-year-old message in a bottle found
A message in a bottle tossed in the sea in Germany 101 years ago, believed to be the world's oldest, has been presented to the sender's granddaughter, a museum said Monday.
Declining trust in EU legacy of previous euro-sceptic governments and president, says Sobotka
Czechs' declining trust in the European Union is the legacy of previous euro-sceptic governments and euro-sceptic former president VA clav Klaus, the prime minister, Bohuslav Sobotka said on Friday evening after a meeting with the chairman of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
German militarism coming back
The German government is using the mounting conflict between NATO and Russia to massively rearm the military.
Opposition cries foul as NSA inquiry stalls on Snowden testimony decision
Germany's panel investigating NSA espionage will not decide whether to summon whistleblower Edward Snowden until after Chancellor Merkel's US visit.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Suu Kyi in Germany hopes Myanmar can...
Myanmar pro-democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi said on a trip to Germany Thursday that she hoped her country could also overcome its internal divisions amid deadly Buddhist-Muslim strife.
Report Published: "Germany Power Report Q2 2014"
We have long believed Germany's Renewable Energy Source Act will almost certainly be reformed and this is now set to occur following the signing of a grand coalition agreement between Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union and the Social Democratic Party in December 2013.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Germany's New Ostpolitik
JAKOB MISCHKE is a governing board member of the German Association of Ukrainianists.
Lost and Found: 100-Year-Old Message in a Bottle Finally Delivered
Richard Platz sent his SOS to the world in the form of a postcard nestled in a bottle, before he threw it out to sea along Germany's Baltic Coast.
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Top EU election candidates struggle to find differences
The top two rival candidates to lead the European Commission struggled on Wednesday to find real policy differences in the first live television debate ahead of European Parliament elections next month.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
The Play's The Thing... Dissent, Denial And Artistic Freedom
APRIL 7, 2014 9:51 AM By Muriel Mirak-Weissbach Special to the Mirror-Spectator KONSTANZ, Germany -- At one point in Shakespeare's play "Hamlet," the young prince stages a pantomime play, which features a murder scene: Gonzago is poisoned and the murderer gets his wife.
This photo, taken on March 5, shows German fisher Konrad Fischer...
This photo, taken on March 5, shows German fisher Konrad Fischer holding a message in a bottle from 1913 in Kiel, Germany.
Now Available: The Medical Device Market: Austria
Although a relatively small market, Austria has a high level of per capita spending on medical devices.
Casino Capitalism and Profit Maximization
"The state is consciously weakened to speed up the redistribution from bottom to top because that corresponds to the dogmas of the neoliberal ideology."
Germany ushers in renewable energy reform
Chancellor Angela Merkel's cabinet has approved a reform of Germany's renewable energy law designed to curb a rise in the cost of electricity in Europe's biggest economy driven by the rapid expansion of green power.