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This colossal claim also encompasses the pre-eminent claim in the post-Soviet space. Thus, Russia is threatened by NATO, not by a Western attack. Pagung hofft, dass die NATO mit dem B1ndnisfall-Artikel genügend Schutz für NATO-Mitglieder geboten has. "I must also express my concern about today's discussion and the 'understanding' in the Security Council, because it appears as though a kind of Eigendynamik has been established, which is increasingly disconnected from reality and also contributes to the fact that we, frankly, can't seem to agree on what Putin, or the Kreml's government, is actually proposing." Additionally, you may follow all developments in the Russia-Ukraine crisis through our Live-Ticker.

âHard but fairâ: Frank Plasberg vs. the teacher

There was also a tribunal against the teacher. This was entirely up to the host: Frank Plasberg was repeatedly confronted by Udo Beckmann of the VBE teacher union with tough questions. Thus, he posed the question of why the teachers would work âam Limitâ. Plasberg also criticized the fact that many teachers used the Br14ckentag to teach about space travel rather than using it as a symbol.

Today, according to the title, âHard but Fairâ soll es um die Befindlichkeiten einzelner Menschen gehen. âLockdown and no end in sight: How are you faring in times of crisis? “ Finally, one thinks. Finally, not just about this or that Mutant, but also about the consequences for the economy and society, will be discussed interminably. Finally, the issues that have been plaguing the public for months are brought to the fore. No, more or less. Frank Plasberg invited Carola Holzner, Intensivmedizinerin, Bundesarbeitsminister Hubertus Heil, Kirstin Vietze, Jan Weiler, and Monika Sieverding, a health psychologist. Letzteres schafft es bereits vor der Sendung, einen Zitat in meiner Unterschrift einzufügen. In a teaser for the round, a professorial statement is played in which she psychoanalyzes Lockdown-Brechers using a remote diagnosis: âWhen people become aware that their liberty has been curtailed, they seek ways to reclaim it. This is similar to what happens with stubborn children who push their limits.â Even before anything goes wrong, it goes wrong.

Additionally, she maintains contact with former interviewees in Ukraine, some of whom were previously displaced from the Donbass and have been forced to return to their new home.

However, for Marina Weisband's family in Ukraine, fleeing is not an option at the moment: âMeine Tante sagt: âIch bin zu Hause, ich bin bei meiner Familie, ich bin in meinem Land, ich gehe here nicht wegââ.

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