What happens before the German federal election in September, including a new position on the migration influx problem, is going to be tailored to benefit Angela Merkel’s electoral chances, says political analyst John Bosnitch.
The EU would be wise not to compete with US militarism and stop intervening in the Middle East, Jan Oberg, the director of the Foundation for Peace and Future Research explained to RT. Hugh Bronson, Alternative for Germany party (AFD), also gave analysis.
As Angela Merkel's CDU party scores a win in a key state election, Hansjoerg Mueller of the Alternative for Germany party (AfD) describes the establishment is politically corrupt, as the country needs a party that wouldn’t bend down to it.
France’s new president, Emanuel Macron, is just the latest child of a despised political system in which politicians make promises, get elected by default, and apply policies that work only for the rich and powerful, says rights activist Yasser Louati.
Ever since the 1970s, French presidents have been elected with a certain amount of hope for renewal, but their careers have ended in failure, says John Laughland, Institute of Democracy and Cooperation. Other analysts also joined the discussion.