Riots in Jerusalem

Towards the end of Ramadan, there have been repeated riots in East Jerusalem in recent days. In addition to local failures on the part of the authorities, longer-term and more extensive developments have also contributed to the current escalation. First of all, the fundamental political constellations naturally stand in the way of peaceful coexistence between… Continue reading Riots in Jerusalem

Against Europe – For Freedom?

When nationalism gained importance as an ideology in the 19th century, many of its representatives saw themselves as fighters for freedom. The starting point was the aristocratic Europe of hereditary monarchies, combined with the remnants of feudal rule and the triumph of capitalism. The aristocrats were not overly tied to their nation or the people.… Continue reading Against Europe – For Freedom?

The new Inflation

The economic crisis triggered by Corona is currently affecting every country in the world. Surprisingly, however, the countermeasures that the states are applying always seem to be the same: printing a lot of money. In the Eurozone, this approach is reflected in the fact that the amount of money in circulation has increased by about… Continue reading The new Inflation

The Price of Rapprochement

The US under President Joe Biden is currently trying to reach a new agreement with Iran and the other countries involved in the previous so-called Iran Agreement. This is causing a number of geopolitical shifts across the region and also some problems for the US. Some of the US's closest allies during the Trump administration… Continue reading The Price of Rapprochement