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.
Tag: Diana Johnstone
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.
Consortium News Adds New Board Members
The internet’s oldest independent news site welcomes Chris Hedges, Diana Johnstone, Margaret Kimberley, John Kiriakou, Garland Nixon and Jill Stein to its board of directors.
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.
DIANA JOHNSTONE: The Imperialism of Foolery
Pro-Western Syrian exiles have issued a diatribe against the most informative critics of U.S. war policy at a time when Washington’s aggressiveness is reaching new levels of intensity.
Biden Exploits His Capitol Gains
Joe Biden’s own language certainly sounded less like a magnanimous winner uniting his people than like that used by autocrats and dictators to hold onto power, argues Diana Johnstone.
DIANA JOHNSTONE: The Great Pretext … for Dystopia
In their World Economic Forum treatise Covid-19: The Great Reset, economists Klaus Schwab and Thierry Malleret bring us the voice of would-be Global Governance.
ELECTION 2020: Bourgeois Democracy Meets Global Governance
Diana Johnstone considers the fun and games surrounding the possibility of a disputed U.S. election result and concludes that the future is being planned elsewhere, for instance at the next meeting in Davos.
EU Reluctantly Aids Southern Europe—With Strings Attached
During the pandemic it has been every EU nation for themselves until this very late and reluctant deal from the rich North, writes Diana Johnstone.
A Circle in the Darkness: Post-War Europe
Diana Johnstone’s newly-published memoir offers an incisive, gritty, politically alert, and expansive account of post-war Europe, reports Patrick Lawrence in this interview with the author.