Press articles

Hannah Neumann in a pink blazer giving a speech in plenary. The subtitle shown is "Yemenis want nothing more than this catastrophe to end."
Following the Houthi attacks on container ships in the Red Sea, the EU must respond. However, it is imperative that we take the voices of the Yemen in Yemen into account!
Ein Jahr ist es nun her, dass die Korruptionsaffaire das Europäische Parlament erschüttert hat. Was ist seitdem geschehen? Darüber habe ich mit verschiedenen Medien gesprochen.
Das Espoo-Verfahren bildet eine länderübergreifende Anhörung bei Bauprojekten mit potenziell grenzüberschreitenden Auswirkungen. Zum Verfahren im Fall des geplanten Containerhafens in Swinemünde habe ich mich gegenüber der Presse geäußert.
Nach dem gemeinsamen deutsch-polnischen Expert*innenrat zum Fischsterben in der Oder, gibt es nun zwei getrennte Berichte. Warum das ernüchternd ist:
The video of a dancing Sanna Marin caused a big stir. I stood in solidarity with the Finnish head of government.
Feministische Außenpolitik will Ungleichheiten analysieren, benennen und ausgleichen. Nur mehr Frauen einzubinden, wird nicht alle Probleme lösen. In der Frankfurter Rundschau habe ich u.a. darüber gesprochen:
The Pegasus scandal has reached the European Union. I had expected an outcry because of these incidents, but nothing happened. Should we simply sit back and watch while our democracy is being attacked? My speech on the subject:
Attempts at intimidation of Polish opponents of the port project, the EU's options to create transparency and the shortfalls of the politics of Manuela Schwesig, the Minister-President of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: These were some of the topics of my interview with "Katapult" magazine.
Five MEPs were targeted by the spyware "Pegasus", either personally or through spyware attacks on family, friends or their professional contacts. I am a member of the Parliament's committee of enquiry on the subject.
In an open letter, together with two of my colleagues, I reminded on the deadline and the (environmentally) politically explosive nature of the port project in Swinoujscie. You can read more about it here!
Nowhere in European policy wishes and reality are so far apart as in foreign and security policy. This has been proven most recently in Afghanistan – my demands:
The mayor of Świnoujście has made absurd accusations against me and other politicians who oppose the construction of the mega harbour. Here is my comment: