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Nach der partiellen Schließung der schwedischen Grenzen für Flüchtlinge verhängt das erste deutsche Bundesland einen Aufnahmestopp.

EU oder Krieg
Luxemburgs Außenminister Jean Asselborn warnt vor einem Zerfall der EU.

Neue Lager
Die Innenminister der EU haben sich auf Maßnahmen geeinigt, die Flüchtlinge aus Deutschland fernhalten sollen.

Krieg in Europa?
Der ehemalige Bundeskanzler Helmut Schmidt warnt vor einem neuen Krieg in Europa.

Verletzte ausgeflogen
Die Bundeswehr hat 20 verwundete Kämpfer aus der Ukraine zur Behandlung nach Deutschland ausgeflogen.

Außen und innen
Der deutsche Außenminister moniert eine mangelnde Zustimmung in der Bevölkerung für eine offensive deutsche Weltpolitik.

Die Verantwortung Berlins
Der ehemalige EU-Kommissar Günter Verheugen erhebt im Konflikt um die Ukraine schwere Vorwürfe gegen Berlin.

"Ein gutes Deutschland"
Das deutsche Staatsoberhaupt schwingt sich zum Lehrmeister der Türkei auf.

Die Dynamik des "Pravy Sektor"
Der Jugendverband der NPD kündigt einen "Europakongress" unter Beteiligung des "Pravy Sektor" ("Rechter Sektor") aus der Ukraine an.

Der Mann der Deutschen
Die deutsche Kanzlerin hat am gestrigen Montag zwei Anführer der Proteste in der Ukraine empfangen.

German-Russian Oil Cooperation
(Own report) - The Russian petroleum company, Rosneft, is expanding its activities in Germany, thereby reducing Germany's dependence on the transatlantic oil industry. While public discussion is focused on ex-Chancellor Gerhard Schröder's candidacy for the chair of Rosneft's board of directors, the company has increased its share to 25 percent of Germany's crude oil imports, . . .

A Remarkable Comeback
(Own report) - In light of the new buildup of US troops in Afghanistan, experts are warning of a new proxy war between NATO and Russia at the Hindu Kush. As observers unanimously explain, Russia has been able to expand its influence in Afghanistan significantly over the past few years. Moreover, the dismal results of . . .

The Sanctions Debate
(Own report) - In the prelude to Chancellor Merkel's visit to Russia, German business associations and foreign policy experts are urging that the policy of sanctions be ended. They argue that sanctions practically have become ineffective, since Russia's economy has withstood these trade restrictions and is now even recovering. The boycott has also damaged the . . .

Struggle over Marginal Seas
(Own report) - German military specialists are evaluating the growing significance of the Baltic and the Black Seas in the West's power struggle with Moscow. These two "marginal seas" are of great importance to Russia, according to a recent analysis published in the specialized periodical "MarineForum." Whereas the Baltic Sea serves Russian maritime trade as . . .

Reversal of Business Trend with Russia
(Own report) - German business circles are discerning a clear reversal of trend in business with Russia, despite the EU's alleged prolongation of sanctions against Moscow. In the third quarter of 2016, German exports to Russia have increased for the first time since sanctions were imposed. German investments in Russia are again growing already reaching . . .

The Foreign Policy Tool Chest
(Own report) - German government advisors are speculating about Russia's possible foreign policy offensives and discussing countermeasures to be taken. According to a research paper published by the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP), Russia "has continuously developed and further diversified" its foreign policy "tool chest" over the past few years. Today it . . .

Aiming at Confrontation
(Own report) - In view of the Duma elections in Russia, the German foreign policy establishment is discussing Russia's future foreign policy and appropriate western reactions. This discussion is deemed necessary, given the fact that the institutions analyzing foreign policy had failed to foresee Russian initiatives both in the Ukrainian conflict and the Syrian war, . . .

Auxiliary Forces against Moscow (II)
(Own report) - The Mejlis, a Crimean Tatar organization - banned in Russia but supported by Berlin - has announced its plans to open official representative offices in Brussels and Washington this autumn, emphasizing particularly the importance of a seat in Brussels. The Mejlis, presented in the West as the only legitimate representative body of . . .

Dispute over Sanctions on Russia (II)
(Own report) - German business circles and proxy foreign policy organizations are campaigning to have the sanctions against Russia lifted. More than two-thirds of the people in Germany are in favor of lifting sanctions, reports Koerber Foundation (Hamburg) based on a current opinion poll. More than four-fifths want close cooperation with Russia, and 95 percent . . .

Dispute over Sanctions on Russia (I)
(Own report) - In the debate about eventually halting the EU's sanctions on Russia, demands to extend the measures to affect "millions of Russian citizens" are being raised in Berlin. Under no circumstances should the sanctions be lifted, according to an article in the current issue of the foreign policy periodical, "Internationale Politik." They should . . .

Ice-Cold Geopolitics (II)
(Own report) - The participation of elite units of the German Bundeswehr in NATO's current "Cold Response" exercise in Norway, is a demonstration of Germany's growing interest in the Arctic. While the Bundeswehr is training in "winter warfare" skills, the German government, by its own admission, is seeking to make the polar region a "central . . .

The West's Two-Pronged Strategy (II)
(Own report) - Berlin is mobilizing universities and intelligence services to evaluate Russian influence in Germany and Europe, while expanding its counter-propaganda. Whereas, the German government is creating its own German Institute for the Study of Russia and Eastern Europe, to serve as the "point of contact" for its future policy, the German Council on . . .

The West's Two-Pronged Strategy (I)
(Own report) - German foreign policy experts have noticed the EU's change of tune regarding its policy towards Ukraine and sanctions against Russia. According to a representative of a German party-affiliated foundation in Brussels, EU diplomats' "patience with Kiev is noticeably coming to end" in view of Ukraine's desolate development and the oligarchs' persistent intrigues. . . .

Business with Obstacles
(Own report) - Berlin is taking steps to possibly end sanctions against Russia. Today, almost one year after the signing of the Minsk II Agreement - whose full implementation is still considered as a prerequisite for ending the sanctions - the Bavarian Prime Minster, Horst Seehofer is expected to arrive in Moscow for talks on . . .

The Siege of Crimea (II)
(Own report) - Leaders of the Crimean Tartars, who have been blocking the supply of electricity to Crimea for the past few days, have good contacts to the German political establishment. Years ago, Mustafa Jemilev and Refat Chubarov, who were involved in the sabotage action, had held talks on closer ties between Crimea and the . . .

The Siege of Crimea (I)
(Own report) - Berlin is watching with apprehension as the conflict between Kiev and Moscow escalates again following Ukraine's shutting down electrical power to Crimea. Last week, Crimean Tatars and members of the fascist Right Sector are suspected to have blown up several electric pylons, cutting off the supply of power to Crimea. Crimea receives . . .

Like in the Cold War
(Own report) - Berlin has announced a "German-Russian Youth Year" for 2016/2017. As former Head of the Federal Chancellery Ronald Pofalla (CDU) declared last week at the conclusion of a German-Russian Cooperation Meeting ("Petersburg Dialogue"), cooperation between German and Russian civil societies are "more important than ever." Therefore, the German government's efforts to intensify the . . .

Consistencies in Western Hegemonic Policy
(Own report) - Berlin has sharply criticized Russian bombing raids in Syria. In a joint declaration with governments of several allied countries, including Turkey and Saudi Arabia, the German government claims the Russian Air Force did not target the "Islamic State" (IS) but the "Syrian opposition and civilians," and calls on Moscow to "immediately cease" . . .

German-Russian Flagship Projects
(Own report) - The German natural gas company, Wintershall Holding GmbH, is intensifying cooperation with Russia's Gazprom and will receive direct access to large Siberian gas fields. Last Friday, the two companies announced they would finalize an asset swap this year, which would allow Wintershall to participate in the exploitation of two blocks in the . . .

To Win the Second Cold War
(Own report) - A fellow of the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) advocates intensifying confrontation with Russia and declaring organizations in EU countries, receiving support of Russian citizens "agents of the aggressor." In a recent paper, published by the DGAP, Vladislav Inosemzev is calling for "the West to mobilize the necessary resources to win . . .

Claims to Western Superiority
(Own report) - On the occasion of the G7 summit in Elmau, Bavaria, German government advisors are discussing the significance of the cohesion among the leading western powers. For quite a while, the G7 and G8 have been a sort of global policy "steering committee," according to a recent analysis published by the German Council . . .

Crash with Consequences
(Own report) - Saturday's crash of an Airbus A400M transporter near Seville, Spain, has put a damper on Germany's ambitions of developing autonomous global military intervention capabilities. The military transport plane had been destined to replace the German Bundeswehr's current Transall airlifters, designed in the 1960s for relatively short-ranged European combat scenarios, therefore hardly applicable . . .

The Renaissance of the West (I)
(Own report) - German foreign policy experts are calling for a "renaissance" of the transatlantic alliance to defend Western global hegemony. According to the strategy paper written by two German authors, published recently by the think tank of the European People's Party (EPP), the EU must strengthen its cooperation with the United States in spite . . .

Dangerous Propaganda
(Own report) - The German news magazine "Der Spiegel" reported in its latest edition that the German chancellery is accusing NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Europe, General Philip Breedlove, of making "dangerous propaganda." According to the German government, Breedlove is completely exaggerating Russia's military activities in Eastern Ukraine. He claims having detected Russian military equipment, including . . .

War by Other Means (II)
(Own report) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel is convinced that the West will be "victorious" in the power struggle with Moscow. Merkel told the Munich Security Conference on the weekend that the Ukraine conflict "cannot be won" with military means. That is why "a new way must be found." Comparing the current power struggle to . . .

War by Other Means
(Own report) - Prominent German foreign policymakers are proposing that a "double strategy" be applied in the West's power struggle with Russia. According to Wolfgang Ischinger, Chairman of the Munich Security Conference, the West should continue to demonstrate a "position of strength." However, because, at this time, Moscow obviously cannot be subdued by a policy . . .

The Scrapped Pipeline Project (II)
(Own report) - Berlin and Brussels must cope with a growing amount of damage from Moscow's cancellation of the South Stream pipeline project. For subcontractors, who had expected profitable business deals from this project, the cancellation also means losses in the millions. The BASF subsidiary, Wintershall has no hope of moving up "into in the . . .

EU's Contradictions
(Own report) - Since the Russian government's decision to scrap the "South Stream" pipeline project, Berlin and Brussels have been searching for an alternative supply of natural gas. In answer to the EU, Alexei Miller, Gazprom's chief executive, announced last Tuesday, that his company was no longer pursuing South Stream and would instead construct a . . .

Periods of Upheaval
(Own report) - The EU and the USA are having little success in inducing friendly nations to join their sanctions against Russia. Following a visit by the EU's Foreign Policy Representative, Federica Mogherini, Ankara announced, Monday, Turkey will not support these measures, but rather continue its cooperation with Moscow. In India, as well, one hears . . .

The Scrapped Pipeline Project
(Own report) - Moscow's cancellation of the South Stream pipeline project is causing Berlin and Brussels headaches. EU bodies and government leaders of EU member states have expressed their wish to continue negotiations on the pipeline, which, in a few years, would annually have pumped 63 billion cubic meters of natural gas to Western Europe. . . .

The Hegemony over Southeast Europe
(Own report) -The "Western Balkans Conference", opening in Berlin today, is overshadow by the dispute over sanctions against Russia and criticism of the Federal Intelligence Service (BND). Serbia, a participant in the conference, has declared, it will not join the EU's sanctions. Serbian enterprises are therefore not affected by Russian countermeasures and are even replacing . . .

"Biting the Syrian Bullet"
(Own report) - The director of the Catholic relief organization, Caritas-Lebanon, has voiced strong criticism of the West's policy on Syria. The West, together with its Middle Eastern allies, should finally stop equipping Syrian insurgents with military hardware, Paul Karam, Director of the Caritas-Lebanon declared. It must also stop the constant flow of citizens from . . .

The Alliance of the Threatened
(Own report) - The EU and USA have expanded their sanctions against Russia and - in addition to individuals - have now also placed important Russian companies on their lists. Washington has restricted dealings, for example, with Rosneft and the Gazprombank. Brussels has announced the possibility of preventing EU companies from doing business with Russian . . .

Energy as a Weapon (II)
(Own report) - In view of the EU's summit meeting, later this week, the "fracking" lobby and NATO are intensifying their pressure for the EU to initiate the highly controversial "hydraulic fracturing." There are indications that the German Bundestag could speed up legislation allowing this dangerous gas production technique. The outgoing NATO General Secretary Anders . . .

A New Grand Strategy
(Own report) - An influential German weekly opened a debate on the call for redefining EU - US relations. The West's current policy toward Ukraine is diametrically opposed to "European" interests, according to an article published in the online-edition of the German weekly "Die Zeit". "Europe should not deprive itself of cooperation with Moscow; it . . .

Global Policy Orientation
(Own report) - In the debate over a possible expansion of EU sanctions against Russia, the German chancellor is suggesting a possible continuation of cooperation with Moscow. "In the intermediate and long term," Merkel explained, "the close partnership with Russia should be continued." She sees "no necessity" in a policy of "isolating" Russia, patterned on . . .

Energy as a Weapon
(Own report) - The German Chancellor is suggesting that the EU should take a "new look at its energy policy" as a whole. As Angela Merkel confirmed last week, several EU countries are at least partially "very highly dependent" on "the supply of raw materials from Russia." Spurred on by the Ukrainian crisis, Berlin and . . .

The Free World
(Own report) - In light of the pending incorporation of the Crimea into the Russian Federation, German politicians and media are stepping up their Russophobe agitation. The public's "understanding for Moscow's alleged motives" regarding the Crimea, remains "strikingly high," complains a leading German daily. This reflects the view that Western global aggressions are either "not . . .

The Crimean Conflict
(Own report) - As the Crimean crisis escalates, the German Navy is dispatching one of its spy ships to the Mediterranean. The "Alster," which had already been carrying out espionage on the Syrian war zone, is reported to have sailed from its homeport. Whether it will pursue a route through the Mediterranean to the Black . . .

Caucasian Interim Report (II)
(Own report) - Eclipsed by the power struggle over the Ukraine, Berlin is pushing to speed up the signing of two other EU Association Agreements. The agreements to permanently associate Georgia and Moldova to the EU should be signed in due form no later than August and should be implemented as soon as possible. The . . .

Modernize Russia
(Own report) - The derogatory German campaign against Russia and its President Vladimir Putin has persisted even after the Olympic Games have opened. The campaign is not only aimed at mobilizing German public opinion; it seeks to also further incite the emerging Russian middle strata against their government. These middle strata are gaining in strength . . .

Russia Policy Scenarios
(Own report) - Hefty debates have ignited around Germany's policy toward Russia. On the heels of an incident between two high-ranking personalities in the foreign policy establishment over Germany's strategy toward Moscow, the tension has been heightened by last weekend's official snub of the Russian government by the German Chancellor. Immediately afterwards, she expressed her . . .

Partner Nation Russia
(Own report) - The German Chancellor and the Russian President attended yesterday's opening of the annual Hannover Industry Trade Fair. This year, Russia was the fair's chosen "partner nation," a move to help promote German-Russian economic relations. The German Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations announced a German-Russian economic summit to be held today. Since . . .

Fostering Relationships
(Own report) - The southern German energy company EnBW has sealed a landmark deal with a Russian natural gas supplier. EnBW did not name the company, with which it concluded a 600 billion Euro gas supply contract, but business circles confirmed that the deal has been made with Novatek, which is the second largest Russian . . .

Europe and Eurasia (II)
(Own report) - The Russian president is setting new accents in foreign policy and thereby threatens to weaken German influence in Russia. Vladimir Putin, who, spent only a few hours in Germany on his first official visit to Berlin, has arrived in Beijing for a three-day visit, where he announced his wish to expand relations . . .

German-Russian Contradictions
(Own report) - In the run-up to Sunday's Russian presidential elections, contradictory interests have again become evident in German policy towards Russia. Whereas a large segment of the German media is participating in the campaign against the clear front-runner Vladimir Putin and thereby keeping step with the obvious intensification of global policy rivalry between the . . .

Energy Realignment toward Russia
(Own report) - Just before the "Nord Stream" natural gas pipeline (or "Baltic Pipeline") goes into operation, a rival "Nabucco" project to German-Russian hegemony over European gas supply is on the verge of collapse. The "Nabucco" project - while bypassing Russia - was to transport the enormous Central Asian and Middle Eastern natural gas deposits . . .

A Test Run for Eurasia
(Own report) - The German government has initiated a new test run for a German - Russian cooperation that bypasses the USA. The laboratory for this experiment is Transnistria, a southeast European secessionist region that broke off from Moldova in the early 1990s, during the collapse of the Soviet Union and claims independence, even though . . .

Go East!
(Own report) - The German chancellor will be using her trip to Russia and China, which begins today, to enhance business relations beyond the realms of the EU and North America. This thrust is taking into account China's rapid rise and the subsequent shift of the focus of the global economy from countries of the . . .

The Berlin-Moscow Economic Axis (III)
(Own report) - Berlin and Moscow are broadening their cooperation to the field of security technology with plans for the Russian Sistema company to join the German Infineon AG. Sistema is due to acquire approx. 30 percent of Infineon shares and thereby have access to basic technology, as well as military relevant encryption systems. Though . . .

In Between the Major Powers
(Own report) - German-Russian nuclear energy intrigues are provoking protests in Lithuania. In Vilnius the Minister of Energy is complaining that in contravention of the terms of the contract and in spite of billions in financial outlays, the dismantling of the Ignalina nuclear power plant is stalled. The contract was accorded the German Nukem company, . . .

A Question of Orientation
(Own report) - After construction began on the Baltic Pipeline ("North Stream") at the end of last week, government advisors in Berlin have begun campaigning for further expansion of German-Russian cooperation. Moscow must be prevented from taking an East Asian orientation and exporting more of its natural resources to China than is currently the case, . . .

(Own report) - The EU should turn away from the USA and "convert to the East" in alliance with Russia. This is being demanded by a publicist in one of Germany's leading newspapers. Europe "is wrong, to think that it is part of the western world," explains the author basing himself on old ideologues of . . .

The Berlin-Moscow Economic Axis (II)
(Own report) - The incoming German government will continue to pursue close cooperation with Russia. This was predicted by Berlin's most prominent expert on Russian affairs in the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP). According to this expert, the cooperation between Berlin and Moscow corresponds "in its entirety to national interests" and is not up . . .

Strategic Concepts (II)
(Own report) - In the prelude to NATO's Jubilee Summit at the beginning of April, influential German foreign policy makers are calling for a broadening of cooperation with Moscow in military policy. A government advisor of the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) demands that "Europe" consider revaluating Russia "to a second pillar of European . . .

Nuclear Alliance
(Own report) - Through its nuclear alliance with Moscow, the German Siemens Corp. now has the perspective of participating in military nuclear projects. This is the outcome of the most recent talks held by the corporation's leaders with the prime minister of Russia. According to these talks, contrary to the initial announcement, this rapidly initiated . . .

Dangerous Frictions
(Own report) - The German Siemens Corporation is planning to extend its nuclear activities in collaboration with Moscow. According to reports, Siemens seeks to end its cooperation with the French nuclear company, AREVA, because it is being refused participation in the operative leadership of the joint venture. At the Siemens headquarters in Munich, one hears . . .

Financial Bridge
(Own report) - On the eve of talks about a new cooperation treaty between the EU and Russia, Berlin is considering closer military cooperation with Moscow. In reaction to official overtures made by the Russian president, government advisors in the German capital conclude "negotiations about a European security format" would "make a lot of sense". . . .

More Influence Than Ever
(Own report) - French officials of the EADS arms company, are warning against Berlin's factual take-over of the company. Germany is in the process "of usurping none other than the aerospace as well as the European defense industry" according to Jean-François Knepper, vice shop chairman at the EADS Corporation. The power struggle within the company's . . .

4,500 Kilometers Around Berlin
(Own report) - The "Siberian Year in Germany" has been inaugurated at the industrial fair in Hanover (located in the German state of Lower Saxony). The promotion and contact offensive is intended to prepare an extension of German/Russian economic cooperation, aimed at the world's most profitable region of natural resources. In the gigantic, in part, . . .

Master of Transport
(Own report) - The German Railroad Corp.'s rise to a predominating position in European Rail traffic is encountering resistance in Great Britain. The director of the German Railroad, Hartmut Mehdorn, seeks to use the billions in proceeds generated by the forthcoming privatization of the enterprise, to buy up the rail companies in several EU countries. . . .

Visions of Dominion
(Own report) - Berlin is demanding a reshaping of the EU's "neighborhood policy" with Russia. The objective is to strengthen the privileged trade relations held by German enterprises through the elimination of intra-European competition. All EU states would have to accept the "new formulation of their 'Ostpolitik' (East Policy)", and implement its terms under German . . .

Energy for Germany (II)
(Own report) - In Norway last week, the German Foreign Minister, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, strengthened the position of Germany, in the struggle for Arctic energy resources. The enormous reserves, that are only beginning to be tapped, are very significant for the EU's future power supply, which is increasingly dependent upon Russian and German-Russian energy cooperation. Gazprom, . . .

German Industrial Standard (DIN)
(Own report) - The German Railroad Corp. (DB) and the Russian Railways (RZD) are developing a common extension toward China. Within a few years, this joint venture ("EurasiaRailLogistics") is destined to augment, the rail freight traffic to the Far East, to 400 thousand tons. An objective is to logistically develop Germany into being one of . . .

Cooped Up in Leipzig
(Own report) - The German sociologist of law, Professor Dr. Martin Bennhold, advises that an international lawsuit should be initiated against the development of installations at the Leipzig Airport, in preparation for service in NATO and EU combat missions. According to Bennhold, the "military conversion" is in violation of the 4-plus-2-Accord, which forbids foreign troops . . .

Conflict of Interests
(Own report) - Against the background of the so-called gas conflict between Moscow and Kiew, German government advisors are predicting a heightening of tensions between Russia and NATO states. After the heavy losses of influence in the Ukraine, in the Southern Caucasus and in the resourceful Caspian regions, the Kremlin will seek to use its . . .

Area of Natural Gas
(Independent report) - The contracts prepared for today's visit of the Russian president to Berlin, concerning the construction of a pipeline running under the Baltic Sea, assure the strong position of German companies in the supply of natural gas to Europe. As a result, this has lead to anxiety within several neighbouring countries. Warsaw fears . . .

Greater Europe
BERLIN/ODESSA/PLOCK (Our own report)
The Berlin government's talks with the Ukrainian President have ensured that Caspian oil reserves will flow towards Germany in greater quantities, while also bringing Ukraine closer to joining NATO. The German armaments and military equipment industry is hoping that the upgrading of military hardware in line with Western standards will bring it business valued in billions. Yesterday's talks were in part . . .

Strategic Projects (II)
Berlin urges Moscow's integration into German world power ambitions particularly in regard to energy policies. A German-Russian ,,strategic partnership"intends to reduce the influence of western states and corporations in providing the EU states with natural gas which will become increasingly significant in the future. In the meantime, the German energy corporations, which already control large parts of the European energy supply, . . .

Strategic Projects
Berlin and Moscow are cooperating in the establishment of a group of states which will, on a case by case basis, oppose the USA in order to achieve its economic and political interests. During the consultations between the German and Russian governments in Jekaterinburg, agreements were reached on a series of projects. These will not only strengthen the economic integration . . .

Murderous Comradeship
The activities of the ,,Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge"(National League for the Preservation of German War Graves), which is in charge of ,,memorializing the (German) dead"of both world wars, continue to generate criticism and opposition. These are currently directed against the establishment of a memorial site in Russia's Sologubowka, where all German aggressors killed in action or missing in action are to . . .

Competition and strategic alliances (VI)
As announced, the German-French enterprise EADS, the world's second largest aviation, space travel and armament consortium, begins its expansion into the United State's armaments market, displacing its main competitor Boeing. At the same time, the group extends its co-operation with Russian companies, which shall - especially in space travel - strengthen the consortium's position of independence vis a vis the USA. . . .

BASF: Access to the largest energy reserves of the world
The German Wintershall, Inc., a BASF subsidiary company, establishes a joint venture with the Russian Gazprom in order to produce natural gas in Siberia. Previously, an extensive German-Russian economic agreement, through which the German corporation had obtained direct access to the Russian energy reserves, had been concluded. . . .

Killers honoured at their victims' gravesides
Soldiers of the German Wehrmacht are to have a monument erected to them on Russian territory - in a cemetery in Kaliningrad which is the last resting-place of prisoners of war, murdered by the Germans by being used in experiments. The erection of the monument, which makes the memories of the Nazis' experiments on humans secondary to that of the . . .

German ,,peace researchers"want ,,transnational civil society"for Kaliningrad
An academic project of the state of Schleswig Holstein established that there was a ,,tendency to estrangement from Russia"in the Russian Oblast of Kaliningrad and investigated the possibilities of introducing a ,,cross-border civil society"there. There exists a ,,considerable appeareance"that separatist opinion is gaining popularity and that a ,,spiral of escalation"is setting in. . . .

German secret services: war in Central Asia
According to a report drawn up by the Bundesnachrichtendienst, the German equivalent of MI6, Russia is in danger of being de-stabilised. Gises on Russia's southern Rank, in the Caucasus and Central Asia, could, says the BND, lead to very senous conflict. In Chechnya, for instance, the Russians were not, according to the BND, succeeding in . . .

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