Foreign ministers from several of the 15 Security Council nations spoke Friday on the situation in Ukraine a year after Russia’s intervention. Watch the replay here.
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LISTEN: Nord Stream Attack an ‘Act of War’
Ray McGovern discusses Seymour Hersh’s story, “How America Took Out The Nord Stream Pipeline” on Garland Nixon and Wilmer Leon’s radio show, The Critical Hour. (With transcript).
SCOTT RITTER: Germany Risks Forgetting Its History
In deciding to supply Leopard battle tanks to Ukraine, Olaf Scholtz breaks the self-imposed constraints on the military’s role in German foreign policy that had been in place since the end of WWII.
DIANA JOHNSTONE: The Specter of Germany Is Rising
To meet the imaginary Russian threat to Western Europe, Germany will lead an expanded, militarized EU.
DIANA JOHNSTONE: The Growing Franco-German Estrangement
If the mood expressed by the new German governing coalition is that of a strong, conquering Germany, the mood in France is of national decline which needs to be stopped.
German Politics: Confused, But Self-Righteous
Diana Johnstone assesses the recent German election, the decline of the traditional left, and its implications for relations with the U.S. and Russia.
DIANA JOHNSTONE: Washington’s Green Branches in Europe
The German Green Party has a chance to join a ruling coalition in September’s election, after turning its back on its roots, to root for Washington.