Saxony’s New Nazis

The story of the so-called Dark Germany is the opposite of what prospering, well-lit and well-known West Germany representsThomas KlikauerThomas Klikauer teaches MBA students at the Sydney Graduate School of Management at Western Sydney University in Australia. He was born in southern Germany about half way between Castle Frankenstein to

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Italy and the dubious honor of chairing the G20

A brief review of G20’s evolution and of the contradictions of the system of international relationsRoberto SavioPublisher of Other News, Italian-Argentine Roberto Savio is an economist, journalist, communication expert, political commentator, activist for social and climate justice and advocate of an anti-neoliberal global governance. Director for international relations of the

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Macedonians met the Bulgarian foreign minister’s comments on Tito with an avalanche of laughter

Bulgarians fail to understand that they have made mistakes in Macedonia throughout history, says Sonja Stojadinovic, a Macedonian political scientist, who reflects on Bulgaria’s veto at the start of North Macedonia’s negotiations with the EU.Vladimir MitevVladimir Mitev is a Bulgarian-Romanian journalist based in Rousse, a town on the very border

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