A year ago, Chancellor Olaf Scholz proclaimed a “turning point”. The term went around the world – and has become independent in this country. Why not?
The events are overturning, thoughts rush after what is happening, but the many terrible facets have only little time to fully grasp them. It’s Sunday, three days before Russia invaded Ukraine. “We’re surrounded now,” says Kiev Mayor Wladimir Klitschko. Hundreds of civilians are dead, hundreds of thousands have fled. Vladimir Putin, the warmonger from the Kremlin, puts the Russian nuclear forces on alert. Nothing is like it used to be.
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I have been working in the news industry for over 6 years, first as a reporter and now as an editor. I have covered politics extensively, and my work has appeared in major newspapers and online news outlets around the world. In addition to my writing, I also contribute regularly to 24 Hours World.