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Extension of the German Federal Army Mission in Afghanistan

On 3/25/2021, the German Federal Council voted by majority to extend the mandate of the German Federal Army for ten months in Afghanistan. Thus, the German foreign and security policy will continue to obey the signals coming from Washington, and this will reduce Germany's future possibilities to build positive strategic relations with the Islamic countries.
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The Extension of the German Army’s Mission in Afghanistan and Mali

After the German Parliament approved on 13/3/2020 to extend the mission of the German army in Afghanistan (Resolute Support Mission - RSM). Also, on 29/5/2020, the parliamentarians voted to extend its participation in the so-called United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA), and additionally to extend the participation in the “training mission of the European Union in Mali” (EUTM).
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Regarding the Coronavirus Crisis

The spread of the Coronavirus epidemic and its aftermath have revealed serious gaps in the Capitalist system and the liberal society system. As soon as the epidemic broke out in the Chinese province of Hubei, violent tremors occurred in the international financial markets. Within a few weeks, the German Stock Exchange (DAX) index fell by 40%, and collapsed to 8.442 points by 17/3.
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Regarding the 53rd Security Conference in Munich

The active VIPs from political, science and civil society fields gathered on 14-16 February 2020 in Munich, Germany, to participate in the annual security conference held there, under the title "non-Western" to once again discuss the deterioration of the global liberal order that was established after the Second World War. In addition to the intellectual contradiction in the structure of the German strategy
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On the Austrian People's Party’s Proposal to Expand Headscarf Ban in Austrian Schools

After the Austrian Parliament decided on 15/5/2019 to ban the wearing of headscarf (Khimar) in primary schools, the Austrian People's Party intends to expand the ban to secondary schools, so girls are banned from wearing the Khimar in educational levels until the age of 14. Former Minister of Religions Gernot Blümel (Austrian People's Party) argued that "religious sensitivity" starts at the age of 14, and that "10 to 14 years…
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