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"Russia and Iran declare victory as Western leaders including Cameron accept Assad will stay"

Russlands Präsident Putin wolle den aktuellen UN-Gipfel nutzen, um die Bildung einer neuen internationalen Koalition für den Kampf gegen die Terrormiliz "Islamischer Staat" voranzutreiben, berichtet der britische Telegraph. Westliche Regierungen hätten bereits angedeutet, nicht länger auf dem sofortigen Rücktritt von Syriens Präsident Assad zu bestehen. "President Bashar al-Assad’s key backers declared victory on Sunday night after Western leaders who had previously backed Syrian rebels, including David Cameron, said they accepted he would stay in power, at least for the time being. Speaking to reporters on his way to attend the United Nations General Assembly in New York, the Prime Minister said Mr Assad had no 'long-term' future but suggested he could remain in place during a transition period. Germany and America have also talked up the possibility of keeping him in place in a deal to end the four-year Syrian civil war and help defeat Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil)."

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"A very un-African coup - how peacebrokers thwarted carnage in Burkina Faso"

Die erfolgreiche und friedliche Vermittlung nach dem Putsch in Burkina Faso lässt einen britischen Experten hoffen, dass Staatstreiche in Westafrika der Vergangenheit angehören. "Certainly, when the coup first took place there last week, it looked like a textbook job from the bad old days. First, soldiers stormed a cabinet meeting and kidnapped country's interim president, Michel Kafondo. Then the coup leader, a towering former spy chief named General Gilbert Diendere, took to the airwaves to declare that power was now in the hands of a new 'National Democratic Council'. (...) Things grew even worse over the weekend, when the peace talks at a hotel in the capital, Ouagadougou, turned into a punch-up. (...) But by Wednesday morning, Mr Kafondo was back in office again, and by Wednesday evening, General Diendere declared the whole thing over, describing it as 'his biggest mistake'. So why has this come about? The answer may be that west Africa is finally losing its tolerance for coups and coupmongers, according to Paul Melly, an expert with the Africa Programme at London's Chatham House international think-tank."

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"Taking in Syria's migrants may be merciful, but will add to its crippling brain-drain"

Die aus humanitärer Sicht verständliche Aufnahme gut ausgebildeter Flüchtlinge aus Syrien könnte den erfolgreichen Wiederaufbau des Landes nach einem Ende des Krieges nachhaltig behindern, warnt Colin Freeman im britischen Telegraph. "So what it is to be done? According to this piece by the respected Oxford economics professor Paul Collier, the real solution lies not in Europe, but in directing far more aid to the refugee camps in Lebanon, Turkey, and Jordan, turning them into havens of education, training and enterprise. Rather than languishing on meagre handouts, the refugee population would be honed into a skilled task force ready to help with the recovery if and when the war finally ends. Nation-building by proxy, you might call it."

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"Europe faces political war on two fronts as backlash builds"

Nach einer Nord-Süd-Spaltung im Zuge der Eurokrise stehe die EU nun vor einer Ost-West-Spaltung, schreibt Ambrose Evans-Pritchard im britischen Telegraph. EU-Staaten in Osteuropa fürchteten, die Kontrolle über die eigenen Grenzen zu verlieren, da Brüssel eine europäische Flüchtlingsquote notfalls auch mit der Androhung von Sanktionen durchsetzen wolle. "This comes as a rude shock, creating a new East-West rift within European affairs to match the North-South battles over EMU. With certain nuances, the peoples of Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland and the Baltic states do not accept the legitimacy of the demands being made upon them."

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"Inside Kacanik, Kosovo's jihadist capital"

Colin Freeman mit einer Reportage aus der mit 30.000 Einwohnern relativ kleinen Stadt Kacanik im Süden Kosovos, aus der bislang 24 Männer für den "Islamischen Staat" in den Krieg gezogen seien. "Kosovo, of course, is not alone among European nations in acquiring its own equivalent to Britain's Jihadi John. But for a nation of just 1.8 million people, it now punches well above its weight in terms of the number of citizens joining Isil. The interior ministry estimates that some 300 Kosovans have followed in Muhaxheri's’ footsteps, making Kosovo Europe's biggest contributor per capita. Along with neighbouring Albania, which has fielded around 200, and nearby Bosnia, which around 160, it is now seen as a potential launch pad for Isil in its bid to establish a new front against Europe in the Balkans."

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"The return of the Yazidis"

Richard Spencer berichtet, dass es in den vergangenen Monaten immer mehr jesidischen Gefangenen des IS gelungen sei, in ihre Heimat zurückzukehren. "While the story of the Yazidis is one of unremitting horror, it is also one of resilience. In the last few months, a quiet project run by volunteers, smugglers, community leaders and the government of the Kurdistan Autonomous Region of northern Iraq has set up rat runs for the thousands of people still held as hostages - or worse - by Isil. Gradually, Yazidis like this family are coming home."

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"Turkish airstrikes killed my siblings while I fought Isil"

Richard Spencer berichtet aus dem Dorf Zergaly im Norden Iraks, dass die türkischen Luftschläge auch Angehörige von kurdischen Peschmerga-Kämpfern, die mit westlicher Unterstützung gegen den "Islamischen Staat" kämpfen, getötet hätten. "In fact the Kurdish army with which Mr Rasul was fighting, the Peshmerga, is supposed to be Turkey’s ally in the complex world of Middle East politics. It is being trained by British troops, and supplied with weapons by Germany. But it seems anyone can now become a victim, as the always intricate alliances of the Middle East - a house of cards if ever there was one - come tumbling down. And in the face of Isil, no card is looking shakier at the moment than Turkey. 'Turkey is to blame,' Mr Rasul said on Friday, as he greeted fellow mourners in front of the pile of rubble to which the airstrikes had reduced his family’s row of houses. Eight people died in the attack, several elderly, one a younger female teacher called Sama Gear."

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"Al-Jazeera journalist detained in Berlin accuses Germany of colluding with repressive Sisi regime"

Nach der Festnahme des bekannten Al-Jazeera-Journalisten Ahmed Mansour in Berlin müsse sich die Bundesregierung den Vorwurf gefallen lassen, der repressiven ägyptischen Regierung von Präsident al-Sisi zuzuarbeiten. "Reporters Without Borders, the press freedom watchdog, said Mr Mansour's arrest is the result of 'Egypt's terrible revenge against journalists that cross the regime,' adding if Germany did extradite him 'it will be putting itself at service of a dictatorial regime and will dishonour itself.' Egypt has mounted a crackdown on dissidents of all political stripes since Mr Sisi’s regime came to power in a military coup. Although it has targeted journalists from across the political spectrum, particular ire has been reserved for the Al-Jazeera network, which is owned by arch-rival Qatar."

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"New Oxford University vice-chancellor says US ‚over-reacted‘ to 9/11"

Die erste weibliche Vizekanzlerin der angesehenen britischen Universität Oxford, Prof. Louise Richardson, hat auf einer Diskussionsveranstaltung die Meinung vertreten, dass eine widerstandsfähige Bevölkerung für eine erfolgreiche Kampagne gegen Terrorismus entscheidend sei. Anders als die durch den Nordirlandkonflikt geprägten Briten hätten die US-Amerikaner nach dem 11. September überreagiert. "And the scale of the over-reaction in the US to the 9/11 atrocity was reflective of the fact that it was such a new experience in the US."

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"Generation needed to rebuild Iraqi Army, says British general"

Der britische Major-General Tim Cross ist davon überzeugt, dass der Wiederaufbau des irakischen Militärs Jahrzehnte dauern könnte. "The former commander, who was Britain’s most senior officer in planning for the 2003 Iraq invasion, told the BBC: '(Winston) Churchill said back at the beginning of the 20th Century, you can destroy an army very quickly, and effectively we did that when we disbanded the Iraqi military back in 2003.' 'It can take a generation to build a strong, capable military that is going to win this sort of campaign.'"

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"Good Kill: 'sophisticated and provocative'"

Robbie Collin stellt den neuen Hollywoodfilm "Good Kill" vor, in dem die psychologische Belastung von US-Drohnenpiloten thematisiert wird. "Andrew Niccol’s new film is a sophisticated, provocative and thoroughly modern war film that makes Clint Eastwood’s recent American Sniper look slow to find its target. It’s fascinated by the dehumanising effects of combat at a distance, and also the queasy convergence of violence and entertainment. Behind his bank of monitors, joystick in hand, Egan looks like a hardcore video-gamer, and at one point, a character balefully points out that 'war is now a first-person shooter'. Like Niccol’s script for The Truman Show, Good Kill is keenly aware of the intoxicating, corruptive power of a God’s-eye view."

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"Mapped: What the world's religious landscape will look like in 2050"

Raziye Akkoc stellt einen neuen Bericht mit Prognosen über die Entwicklung der Weltreligionen in den kommenden 35 Jahren vor. Das Christentum werde demnach auch 2050 die weltweit führende Religion sein, der Islam sei dagegen der am schnellsten wachsende Glauben. "It is widely known that Islam is increasing globally but despite this increase, by 2050, only two more countries (51 in total) will have a population of Muslims that is more than 50 per cent. By 2050, the Pew report predicted that 30 per cent (2.8 billion) of the population will identify themselves as Muslim compared to 31 per cent (2.9 billion) identifying themselves as Christian. In Europe, it is suggested that by 2050, 10 per cent of the continent will be Muslim and in the US, it will become the second-largest faith."

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"Ramzan Kadyrov: Nemtsov suspect was a 'deep believer' angered by Charlie Hebdo"

Die russischen Behörden haben bei ihren Ermittlungen zum Mord am Kremlkritiker Boris Nemtsov bisher fünf Verdächtige festgenommen. Als mögliches Motiv der Tat hat der tschetschenische Regierungschef Ramzan Kadyrov Nemtsovs Befürwortung der Veröffentlichung von Mohammed-Karikaturen durch das französische Satiremagazin Charlie Hebdo genannt. "The comments highlighted Mr Kadyrov’s own delicate dance with Islam and the Kremlin. A former rebel fighting for Chechen independence, he went over to Russia and has since led its battle against Islamist militants in the region, using outfits such as the North battalion where Mr Dadayev served, a unit made up of mostly ethnic Chechen fighters and commanded by one of Mr Kadyrov's relatives. Yet while the Chechnya leader rails against Islamic State and other fundamentalists, he has his own deeply conservative Muslim views and organised a rally of hundreds of thousands of people in Grozny to protest against the Charlie Hebdo cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in January."

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"Islamic State 'planning to use Libya as gateway to Europe"

Die Terrormiliz Islamischer Staat plant dem Telegraph zufolge, Libyen als Sprungbrett für Anschläge in Europa zu nutzen. "The jihadists hope to flood the north African state with militiamen from Syria and Iraq, who will then sail across the Mediterranean posing as migrants on people trafficking vessels, according to plans seen by Quilliam, the British anti-extremist group. The fighters would then run amok in southern European cities and also try to attack maritime shipping. The document is written by an Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) propagandist who is believed to be an important online recruiter for the terror in Libya, where security has collapsed in the wake of the revolution that unseated Colonel Gaddafi in 2011."

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"Ukraine crisis talks: Angela Merkel takes peace plan to Washington"

Der britische Telegraph verfolgt die diplomatischen Verhandlungen zur Krise in der Ukraine in diesem Live-Blog. "Live updates on diplomatic attempts to solve the Ukraine conflict, as Angela Merkel visits Barack Obama in Washington and preparations build for Minsk summit".

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"Ex-MI6 chief Sir John Sawers: 'We cannot stop terrorism unless we spy on innocent people'"

Der ehemalige Direktor des britischen Geheimdienstes MI6 John Sawers hat die Überwachung unverdächtiger Bürger im Namen der Sicherheit offen verteidigt. Im Internet dürfe es für die Geheimdienste keine "No-Go-Areas" geben, so Sawers. "Sir John said the internet had to be open in the same way as communities in the real world. (...) 'We can't have no-go areas in our communities because that allows space for evil-doers to ply their trades and it is the same in the virtual world.' He said the revelations by Edward Snowden, the former CIA contractor, had gained traction because the public had not been properly informed about the security services' online surveillance capabilities. Sir John added that Snowden 'gained traction' because the public did not know that GCHQ, the Government listening post, and its US counterparts 'could monitor traffic on the internet in the way that it could'."

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"Just not that into us: America has moved on from the special relationship"

Der britische Telegraph beklagt, dass die einst "spezielle Partnerschaft" zwischen den USA und Großbritannien heute eher in der Kooperation Washingtons mit Berlin zu erkennen sei. "The truth is, with Mr Cameron increasingly alienated from Europe's top table the White House looks to Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, to turn the key on big issues such as imposing sanctions on the Kremlin, bailing out Ukraine or propping up the euro. 'The fact that Germany is leading Europe all by itself is unbalanced and a deeply problematic thing for Europe, but there's no question it marginalises Britain,' says Ian Bremmer of the Eurasia Group, the New York-based risk consultancy."

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"Anti-terror plan to spy on toddlers 'is heavy-handed'"

Wenn es nach dem Willen des britischen Innenministeriums geht, könnten in Großbritannien bald auch Kleinkinder überwacht werden, um vermeintliche potentielle Terroristen frühzeitig zu erkennen. "Nursery school staff and registered childminders must report toddlers at risk of becoming terrorists, under counter-terrorism measures proposed by the Government. The directive is contained in a 39-page consultation document issued by the Home Office in a bid to bolster its Prevent anti-terrorism plan. (...) Isabella Sankey, the policy director at human rights body Liberty, said: 'Turning our teachers and childminders into an army of involuntary spies will not stop the terrorist threat. 'Far from bringing those at the margins back into mainstream society, it will sow seeds of mistrust, division and alienation from an early age.'"

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"Amnesty: UAE in unprecedented clampdown on dissent"

In den Vereinigten Arabischen Emiraten werde jegliche politische Opposition gegen die Regierung seit 2011 massiv unterdrückt, heißt es in einem neuen Bericht von Amnesty International. "The nearly 80-page report said that the Western-allied Gulf state projects an image of glitz and glamour, but that beneath this facade lies 'a much uglier reality, where activists who dare to challenge the authorities or speak out in favour of greater democracy and government accountability are thrown into jail'. The UAE, home to Abu Dhabi and Dubai, is ruled by families, like much of the energy-rich Gulf. There are no political parties and foreigners greatly outnumber locals. (...) Amnesty International said there was a 'huge gulf between the public image the UAE tries to project of a dynamic, modern and burgeoning economic power, home to luxury hotels, skyscrapers and designer shopping malls; and the darker reality of activists routinely persecuted and subjected to enforced disappearance, torture and other ill-treatment.'"

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"EU considering 'sanctions' against Israel over settlements"

Bereitet die EU aufgrund der israelischen Siedlungspolitik Sanktionen vor? Robert Tait berichtet über einen bislang geheimen Maßnahmenkatalog, in dem u.a. mögliche Handelsrestriktionen gegen Israel zur Sprache kommen. "In what amounts to Europe's toughest-ever line with the Israelis, punishments such as trade restrictions could result if continued settlement building on occupied land is deemed to be at odds with reaching a two-state solution to the decades-old conflict - defined as an independent Palestine alongside Israel. (...) Officials say the move towards punitive action has been driven by mounting European concern over continued Israeli settlement building in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, on territory claimed by the Palestinians for a future state, despite the government's supposed commitment to a two-state solution."

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"Britain's 13-year war in Afghanistan comes to an end"

Mit der Übergabe eines Truppenstützpunkts an das afghanische Militär sei der 13-jährige Krieg Großbritanniens in Afghanistan offiziell beendet worden, berichtet Holly Watt. "The imminent closure of the last major British base in the country marks the end of Britain’s ground war in Afghanistan. Camp Bastion was opened in 2006 in response to a surge in Taliban attacks and has been Britain’s main operating base in the country for eight years. Camp Bastion is the only British base left in Helmand province, compared with more than 120 outposts three years ago. At its peak, Bastion held around 40,000 people, but by the end of 2014, the number of coalition military personnel across the country will have been cut to the bare minimum."

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"West 'will step in to save Kobane at last minute'"

Ein kurdischer Vertreter Kobanis ist dem Telegraph zufolge davon überzeugt, dass der Westen seine vom Islamischen Staat bedrohte Stadt nicht aufgeben wird. "Idris Nassan, deputy 'foreign minister' of Kobane, said he was confident outside support would arrive in time to stop the strategic border town being overrun by the Isil. (...) 'I think the Americans and the European countries will not give up on Kobane because if it falls, democracy and humanitarianism and all the things that are good in this area will fall too,' he told The Daily Telegraph in Suruc, a neighbouring Turkish border city where he is exiled. 'I believe at the last minute they are going to save Kobane.'"

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"How Qatar is funding the rise of Islamist extremists"

Der Emir von Katar hat bei seinem Berlin-Besuch noch einmal beteuert, dass sein Land keine extremistischen islamistischen Organisationen finanziere. David Blair und Richard Spencer haben trotzdem keinen Zweifel daran, dass der Golfstaat einer der Hauptsponsoren gewaltsamer Islamisten sei. "From Hamas in the Gaza Strip to radical armed movements in Syria, Qatar's status as a prime sponsor of violent Islamists, including groups linked to al-Qaeda, is clear to diplomats and experts. Qatar's promotion of extremism has so infuriated its neighbours that Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates all chose to withdraw their ambassadors from the country in March. (...) Last December, the US Treasury designated a Qatari academic and businessman, Abdul Rahman al-Nuaimi, as a 'global terrorist'. The US accused him of sending nearly £366,000 to 'al-Qaeda's representative in Syria', named as Abu Khalid al-Suri. (...) critics question why Qatar has failed to act against him. 'It's deeply concerning that these individuals, where sufficient evidence is in place to justify their inclusion on the US sanctions list, continue to be free to undertake their business dealings,' said Stephen Barclay, the Conservative MP for North East Cambridgeshire."

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"CIA 'tortured al-Qaeda suspects close to the point of death by drowning them in water-filled baths'"

Der Telegraph enthüllt neue Details des bislang nicht veröffentlichten Berichts des US-Senats über das jahrelange Folterprogramm der CIA. "The CIA brought top al-Qaeda suspects close 'to the point of death' by drowning them in water-filled baths during interrogation sessions in the years that followed the September 11 attacks, a security source has told The Telegraph. The description of the torture meted out to at least two leading al-Qaeda suspects, including the alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, far exceeds the conventional understanding of waterboarding, or 'simulated drowning' so far admitted by the CIA. 'They weren’t just pouring water over their heads or over a cloth,' said the source who has first-hand knowledge of the period. 'They were holding them under water until the point of death, with a doctor present to make sure they did not go too far. This was real torture.'"

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"Ukraine crisis 'has displaced more than one million people'"

Der UN zufolge sind bisher über eine Million Menschen durch die Kämpfe im Osten der Ukraine in die Flucht getrieben worden. "More than one million people have been displaced by the conflict in Ukraine, including 814,000 Ukrainians now in Russia with various forms of status, the UN refugee agency said on Tuesday. Numbers displaced inside Ukraine by the fighting have nearly doubled in the past there weeks to at least 260,000 and more are fleeing, it earlier told a Geneva news briefing. 'It's safe to say you have over a million people now displaced as a result of the conflict, internally and externally together,' Vincent Cochetel, director of the UNHCR's bureau for Europe, later told reporters. 'I mean 260,000 in Ukraine, it's a low estimate, 814,000 in Russia, then you add the rest ... Belarus, Moldova, European Union.'"

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"This time, Iraq should be broken up"

Die erneute Krise im Irak sollte nach Überzeugung von Andrew Lilico genutzt werden, um eine strategische Fehlentscheidung vergangener Jahre zu korrigieren und den Staat Irak aufzuteilen. "With the Turkey-PKK conflict ended and Kurds sacrificing their soldiers in the struggle against IS, there is a clear mechanism for increasing the local acceptance of what will now surely be a significant military involvement, once again, in Iraq. If we formally recognise Kurdistan and then have the Kurds invite us to assist them in resisting IS, we need not conceive of ourselves as intervening in a civil war – even for the purposes of resisting genocide. Instead, we could simply be helping an ally that is being attacked."

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"Is the Left anti-Semitic? Sadly, it is heading that way"

Brendan O'Neill meint, dass sich viele Israel-Kritiker aus dem linken politischen Lager zu Recht Antisemitismus vorwerfen lassen müssen. "In the language it uses, in the ideas it promotes, in the way in which it talks about the modern world, including Israel, much of the Left has adopted a style of politics that has anti-Semitic undertones, and sometimes overtones. The key problem has been the Left’s embrace of conspiratorial thinking, its growing conviction that the world is governed by what it views as uncaring 'cabals', 'networks', self-serving lobbyists and gangs of bankers, all of which has tempted it to sometimes turn its attentions towards those people who historically were so often the object and the target of conspiratorial thinking – the Jews. (...) This is a recurring theme in anti-Israel sentiment today: the idea that a powerful, sinister lobby of Israel lovers has warped our otherwise respectable leaders here in the West, basically winning control of Western foreign policy."

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"Ukraine crisis: US breaks step with Europe over Russia sanctions"

Nach wochenlangen Bemühungen um eine europäische Beteiligung habe die US-Regierung nun eigenständig härtere Sanktionen gegen Russland verhängt, berichtet der britische Telegraph. "The White House hauled in all 28 European ambassadors this week to urge a more robust action, but fears over potential Russian retaliation are understood to have prevented any agreement to move on so-called 'level 3' sanctions that would hit entire sectors of the country’s economy. (...) The UK has clashed with other European Union leaders for supporting the US call for action as Germany and Italy remain reluctant to introduce further sanctions."

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"We spy on the Germans because we cannot trust them"

Con Coughlin, Kolumnist im britischen Telegraph, verteidigt die amerikanische Spionage gegen Regierungsziele in Berlin mit dem Argument, dass Deutschland nicht getraut werden könne. Auch Großbritannien hat Coughlin zufolge allen Grund, den Deutschen zu misstrauen. "The reason I believe the CIA has agents working for the German defence ministry and intelligence service is that Washington – and indeed London – feel that, despite the fact Germany is supposed to be a leading member of the Western alliance, the Germans are not entirely trustworthy. You only have to look at how the Germans responded to the recent crisis over Russia's illegal annexation of Crimea to see that Berlin is not always playing on the same side as the rest of us."

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"Britain calls up Dad's Army of spies to watch Russia"

Aufgrund der Ukraine-Krise bemühe sich das britische Militär gegenwärtig, Russland-Experten im Ruhestand neu einzustellen, berichtet Ben Farmer. "Defence chiefs are being forced to call up a 'Dad’s Army' of retired military intelligence officers because the crisis in Ukraine has exposed a shortage of Russian speakers in the Armed Forces. Senior military intelligence staff have been trawling veterans’ groups seeking former Russia experts and asking for their help, according to documents seen by The Telegraph. Security sources said defence cuts, recent focus on the Middle East and Asia, and resurgent Cold War threats had exposed the shortage of expertise and left commanders scrambling to approach former experts, who are now in their 60s."

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