So how likely are the resolutions made in Berlin to have real success? The international lust for Libyan gas and oil will remain. However, it’s above all in the interest of the Europeans that diplomacy prevails in Libya.
In recent decades, political party systems across Europe have fragmented and electoral volatility has increased.
Environmental groups announce they had filed two lawsuits against Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government.
The success of the CDU/CSU and Free Democrats (FDP) in a vote dominated by economic issues immediately after the financial crash probably came despite this particular energy policy, not because of it
It’s difficult, just before the new year, not to agree right off the bat with the proposal being discussed by several German states to unilaterally take in child refugees currently languishing in Greek refugee camps.
How can the United States have no compunction about imposing sanctions on companies building a Russian gas pipeline to Germany? Those countries that will benefit from this gas pipeline are allies of the US.
Germany to provide the Mekong River Commission with additional funding.
They all agree, but they won’t all agree to participate. The hypocritical deal on climate neutrality by 2050 reached at the EU summit demonstrates how isolated Germany is on this issue
A new group of auto enthusiasts has sprung up in Germany that sees itself as a more rational alternative to the young climate protesters flooding the streets. It wants to battle climate change — without giving up cars.
Questions are hanging over how the Kremlin will respond to the expulsion of two Russian diplomats from Germany last Wednesday.
Germany disburses $33 million in loans and $2 million in grants to Cambodia.
In recent times, conservative-leaning commentators in Germany have claimed that open debate is increasingly being stifled.
Earlier in June, local politician Walter Lübcke of Kassel was assassinated by a neo-Nazi extremist. Once again, Germany began debating the interrelation of right-wing vitriol and violence.
On Thursday, Nov 9, 1989, I turned on the Berlin television news just after 7.30pm, out of habit. When the host announced the incredible news that the Berlin Wall was coming down, like so many others I was overwhelmed by a feeling of joy and relief.
A host of companies from Germany show interest in Cambodia’s clean energy sector.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chancellor Angela Merkel value one another and, although there were subtle criticisms, economic cooperation was at the core of Merkel’s message during the fifth German-Indian bilateral talks, which took place in New Delhi.
At this year’s ASEAN Summit in Bangkok, Germany formally accedes to the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation in Southeast Asia.
Germany’s new ambassador urges the government to work closely with the EU.
Germany is planning to open its first chamber of commerce in Cambodia.
PM welcomes 3 new ambassadors in the Kingdom, the US’s, Japan’s and Germany’s.
The leaders of France and Germany called Sunday for an end to Turkey’s offensive against Kurds in northern Syria, warning of dire humanitarian consequences and a boost for the Islamic State group.
In a short time, the Danube countries were economically dependent on Germany. Eloquent evidence of this is the German ultimatum to Romania on economic issues in the spring of 1939.
It would be a shame if this chapter of history were to be left to those who want first and foremost to instrumentalise it in the political power struggle. East and West should never again let themselves be divided!
Cambodia asks Germany to buy some of the Kingdom’s carbon credits earned from preserving natural resources.
Deputy PM and Minister of Interior in Germany to strengthen development cooperation.
What a spectacle! A 19-hour-long struggle, accompanied by demonstrations in front of the Chancellery in Berlin, and 500 other cities throughout Germany. But the objective was nothing less than saving the world!
Interior Minister leads a high-level delegation to Germany.
Germany’s far-right AfD party surges in elections in two ex-communist eastern states.
It’s fairly easy to talk down an entire economy, especially when the ugly “R” word — standing for a recession — is being used as frequently as it is today. On the other hand, closing ones eyes to the reality isn’t appropriate either.
Germany can counter any future economic crisis “with full force”: Finance Minister.