It is my firm belief that the state is the embodiment of collective irresponsibility and that, for this reason, it incentivises its own growth. Having to maintain a good reputation in a community can be hard work; but, we live in a time of declin
America has been a discouraging landscape ever since the neoconservatives took over US foreign policy during the Clinton regime and started the two decades of war crimes that define 21st century America and ever since US corporations betrayed the
To keep company with Vladimir Putin, if he decides to run for the fourth term, Angela Merkel needs to win in the general parliamentary elections, however, no one doubts that her new term will be the most difficult of all.
I think that many readers were already grown up when the Berlin Wall collapsed. This wall is now a museum exhibit. It is dismantled in bricks, in pieces, in concrete fragments. This is such a collapsed barrier between the new and old Europe.
The tenure of Angela Merkel as Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany has been a disaster for her country and for Europe. That’s why it’s a refreshing change finally to have an issue where it is possible to agree with her.
The handling of the post EU referendum has been pitifully slow and bumbling for two main reasons: the first, which is obvious, no-one close to the reins of power actually wants to leave and the second is the belief that Britain must secure a free
Since yesterday, I have changed my mind about the result of the General Election. Or I may have changed it. Yesterday, I was ready to suggest a National Government as the only alternative to chaos. That may still be desirable – but not yet.
To anyone with even a trace of patriotic feeling for his own country, perhaps the most stinging rebuke Donald Trump aimed at Hillary Clinton last year was when he compared her to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a «catastrophic leader» who has «ru
The winds of the Cold War are blowing again in Europe.