Month: April 2018

Europe

Putin and our black-blue governement

Yesterday I was asked at #procontra on Puls4 whether Putin’s Russia represents a military threat for Europe. Here’s a brief example to demonstrate that Putin may not be a specific military but by all means a political threat: Putin’s aim is to divide and weaken the European Union so that he can assert his unrestrained…

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Europe

Two Years after Panama Papers

We summarise: the EU now has stricter rules against money laundering and new measures to tackle middle men such as banks, tax offices etc. that create offshore constructions. Both the commission and the EU Parliament want to finally take action, but in the big reforms against tax evasion by the rich and corporations there is…

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