This article was orignally posted at www.disobedientmedia.com Abstract German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other Europhile politicians have pushed forward with an aggressive campaign to militarize the European Union. These plans have at times been kept from European citizens in certain states. Show More Summary
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday welcomed the "clarity" provided by British Prime Minister Theresa May's speech laying out her plans for Brexit. After talks with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni in Berlin, the leader...Show More Summary
For some, the most alarming comments by Donald Trump in an interview with reporters from Times of London and Germany's Bild newspaper may have been the ones he made about NATO and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The president-electShow More Summary
President-elect Donald Trump’s recent outburst against NATO, criticism of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and praise (again) for Russian President Vladimir Putin has thrown European politicians and national security officials into a semi-panicked state. Show More Summary
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has insisted Europe’s destiny lies in its own hands. Her comment comes in response to US President-elect Donald Trump. #BREAKING Europe’s fate ‘in our own hands’, says Merkel after Trump criticism— AFP...Show More Summary
Criticism of Europe by U.S. President-elect Donald Trump only serves to reinforce European solidarity, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin said on Tuesday. Trump said German Chancellor Angela Merkel had made a “catastrophic mistake” with her open door policy on migration, according to...
US President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel may have got off to a rocky start but his impending departure has sparked a wave of nostalgia and trepidation in Berlin. As Donald Trump threatens to upend the pillars ofShow More Summary
Angela Merkel led a sharp European response to US President-elect Donald Trump on Monday after he branded the NATO alliance “obsolete” and criticised the German chancellor’s open-door refugee policy. In a hard-hitting interview with two European newspapers, Trump unleashed a volley of verbal attacks on Europe, hailing Britain’s decision to leave the European Union and
John Kerry says it was inappropriate for Donald Trump to call Chancellor Angela Merkel's refugee policy "catastrophic."
Germany's highest court will on Tuesday announce its ruling on whether to ban the far-right NPD party -- an explosive issue as the country faces an election year roiled by an anti-immigration backlash. Chancellor Angela Merkel's government...Show More Summary
Angela Merkel led a sharp European response to Donald Trump on Monday after the US president-elect hailed Brexit as a “good thing”, branded the NATO alliance “obsolete”, and criticised the German chancellor’s stance on refugees. In a hard-hitting interview with two European newspapers, Trump unleashed a volley of verbal attacks on Europe, hailing Britain’s decision […]
Europe’s destiny lies in its own hands, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday in response to comments from U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, who said in a newspaper interview he believed other countries would leave the EU after Britain. “I think we Europeans have our fate in...
LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday it was "inappropriate" for Donald Trump to brand German Chancellor Angela Merkel's refugee policy "a catastrophic mistake".
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday it was inappropriate for President-elect Donald Trump to weigh directly into the politics of another country by branding German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s 2015 decision on refugees “a catastrophic mistake.” “I thought frankly...
WASHINGTON ? Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday that President-elect Donald Trump had made a mistake by attacking German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s history of admitting refugees to her country. “I thought, frankly, it was inappropriate...Show More Summary
German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel fought back against Donald Trump's threat to place a massive tariff on German cars entering the United States, responding that the U.S. should just make better cars instead.
BERLIN, Jan 16 (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel "read with interest" U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's interview with the Bild newspaper in which he called NATO "obsolete," her spokesman said, adding Berlin still aimed for close cooperation with Washington. Show More Summary
An angry Berlin has responded with a staunch defense of its policies after President-elect Donald Trump criticized German Chancellor Angela Merkel in two separate Sunday interviews, one with Germany's Bild and one with the Sunday Times,...Show More Summary
German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel rejected threats by Donald Trump to put tariffs on German automakers if they set up plants in Mexico.
Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern ready to legalise same-sex marriage According to german website queer.de, Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern presented last week a comprehensive program of reforms from his social-democratic party (SPÖ), which also addresses the equality of gays and lesbians. Show More Summary