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Posts Tagged ‘Germany-Russia-China alliance’

Back in the (great) game: the revenge of Eurasian land powers

Posted by seumasach on September 1, 2018

Pepe Escobar

Consortium News

29th August, 2018

Get ready for a major geopolitical chessboard rumble: from now on, every butterfly fluttering its wings and setting off a tornado directly connects to the battle between Eurasia integration and Western sanctions as foreign policy.

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China, Germany relate their common interests

Posted by seumasach on May 27, 2018

Frank Sellers

The Duran

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s visit to Beijing this week gives us some important details about what is moving the cogs of her foreign diplomatic and trade relations agenda. Merkel has several reasons, both politically and economically to make this journey.

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Imperial folly brings Russia and Germany together

Posted by seumasach on July 29, 2017

Pepe Escobar

Sputnik News

29th July, 2017

The Empire of Whiners simply can’t get enough when it comes to huff, puff and pout as the Empire of Sanctions.

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Washington ‘Won’t allow rapprochement between Russia and Germany’

Posted by seumasach on February 1, 2016

The possibility of a close German-Russian alliance would certainly send shivers down the spine of representatives of the Anglo-American hegemonic interests. It also implies that what we are looking at is not so much a European Union but a Eurasian one with  Germany,Russia and China at its core.

Sputnik

31st January, 2016

Washington is closely monitoring the relations between Russia and Germany and will do anything to prevent the union between the two countries, founder of the global intelligence company Stratfor, George Friedman, said.

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