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Manuel Ochsenreiter

Articles by Manuel Ochsenreiter

The ‘World’s Chancellor’

German students are often told in their history lessons that the governance of German chancellors of the Federal Republic of Germany was inspired by a particular “vision” or “mission”.

The German divide

Imagine a country where for many decades no a real opposition existed and where the head of government have ruled for 13 years with changing coalitions.

The project of world chaos

Dr Elie Hatem, Lebanese-French Lawyer and political adviser, speaks about the change in political patterns after the collapse of Soviet Union. And he offers a unique insight into current global affairs in an interview with Manuel Ochsenreiter.

Terrorists! Welcome!

How some European governments give the so-called “White Helmets” the red-carpet treatment and claim at the same time to fight terrorism.

German MP: Europe should cooperate with Syria, not destroy it

New YorkA German MP and member of the Committee for Economic Cooperation and Development Markus Frohnmaier (AfD) met Syria´s UN ambassador Bashar Jaafari in New York. Frohnmaier shares his impressions about the meeting and his take on the Syrian war in an exclusive interview with FreeWestMedia.

Russia or Syria is always found guilty within hours

It happens over and over that Russia or Syria would be blamed for assassinations or chemical attacks, often in the absence of immediate evidence.

Missing the compass

OPINIONThe recent events in Iran show in many cases the absence of the true understanding of the term “sovereignty”.

‘Catalonia’s attempt at becoming independent failed totally’

Alexander Kofman, former minister of foreign affairs of Donetsk People's Republic, in an interview with German journalist Manuel Ochsenreiter, analyses the situation of how European regionalist movements could impact Donbass.

Matteo Salvini. Photo: matteoslavini.it

Salvini: We unite Italy against politicians in Rome and Brussels

INTERVIEW: Interview: Matteo Salvini, the leader of Italy’s successful Lega Nord party, wants to unite all Italians under the new party name Lega. The aim is to combat the hegemony of Brussels in order to defend each nation’s sovereignty as well as regional identity.

‘German benevolence destroys’: interview with Tomio Okamura

In this hard-hitting interview, the Japanese-Czech politician and businessman Tokio Okamura explains to Manuel Ochsenreiter why Mrs. Merkel's polices are 'the way to hell'.