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New Head Same Body – EU Leadership

The European Union has just concluded its quinquennial ritual of choosing the leaders of its major institutions. This process has, especially since the introduction of the spitzenkandidaat process in 2014, been subject to much criticism for not being very transparent. This is clearly an invalid debate for two reasons. The first is that none of

Istanbul Election Re-run – Will The Opposition Really Take Turkey’s Largest City?

Josh Friedman reports from Istanbul on re-run Election Day in Turkey's economic capital and largest city. How did the results of Istanbul's mayoral election get annulled? Why is control of Istanbul so significant in Turkish politics? What's at stake for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxs7oQctcNA

By |June 23rd, 2019|Josh Friedman, News, Politics, Turkey|

Bilderberg 2019 Coverage From Montreux, Switzerland

View all of Josh Friedman's video reports from Montreux, Switzerland, the site of the 2019 Bilderberg conference, as well as from the Geneva airport, where many of the participants arrived and departed. See which participants speak with the press and which do not. Also, take in some news and analysis from the sidelines of this

By |June 1st, 2019|Featured, Josh Friedman, News, Politics|

Western Elites To Meet In Montreux, Switzerland At Bilderberg 2019

The Fairmont Le Montreux Palace MONTREUX, Switzerland By JOSH FRIEDMAN Jared Kushner The son-in-law of United States President Donald Trump, the frontrunner to be the next chancellor of Germany, former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, the king of the Netherlands and top bankers and CEOs will convene this week in Montreux, Switzerland for the

By |May 29th, 2019|Featured, News, Politics|

North Macedonia It Is – Greece Ratifies Name Deal With Northern Neighbor

By Josh Friedman The Balkan country Macedonia, also known as Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, will now be formally renamed North Macedonia following a vote in the Greek parliament that ratified a deal between Athens and Skopje and brought an end to a nearly three-decade dispute between the two sides. Athens had long objected to

By |January 26th, 2019|Featured, Josh Friedman, Politics, Uncategorized|

What Do Greek Macedonians Think Of The Macedonia Name Deal?

  Report from Skopje:   Original: Josh Friedman interviews locals in Thessaloniki, the capital of Greece's Macedonia region, about the longstanding name dispute between Greece and Macedonia, aka FYROM, and about the recent agreement that may resolve the matter. The report includes background information on the dispute, which largely revolves around Greek Macedonians alleging their

By |August 4th, 2018|Featured, Greece, Josh Friedman, Politics|

Turkish Election Day 2018 Coverage: Will Erdogan Win Outright?

Evet:   Josh Friedman reports from Istanbul on presidential and parliamentary Election Day in Turkey. Will Erdogan win Turkey's new executive presidency outright or will the election go to a runoff? Who is challenging Erdogan in his alleged bid for one-man rule of the country? What are some of the key issues, and in which

By |June 24th, 2018|Featured, News, Politics, Turkey|

Now-NATO Montenegro Set To Elect Same Old Leader As President

For nearly 3 decades, Milo Djukanovic has led Montenegro in one way or another, charting a path that has included seemingly contradictory ideologies; going from getting bombed by NATO to joining NATO; overcoming corruption and organized crime allegations; and surviving an alleged Russian-plotted election day coup attempt. Now, Djukanovic is returning from behind the scenes

By |April 15th, 2018|European Union, News, Politics|
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