Josef Janning - 17 January 2018
The days of a towering role for Germany in Europe seem behind us.
Josef Janning - 12 January 2018
Postwar German foreign policy is based on cooperation, rules and trust, not power, interest and threat. But with crises from Iran to North Korea likely to be play out the old-fashioned way, that approach looks naive.
Josef Janning - 21 November 2017
The standstill in German governance will likely amplify political fragmentation in the EU.
Josef Janning - 08 November 2017
The indications are this new German government will struggle to take advantage of the foreign policy opportunities presented by this election.
Josef Janning - 09 October 2017
Josef Janning - 01 September 2017
Holding on to Merkel seems motivated by the wish to preserve the status quo.
Josef Janning - 06 July 2017
Europe's multilateral vision for the G20 appears to be merely a side show to the traditional struggle for national power.
Josef Janning - 08 June 2017
European crises have galvanised German support for the Union, and spurred a new appetite to lead by example.
Josef Janning - 24 March 2017
Today’s European Union may seem like a market place, a granter of subsidies, and an experiment in governance. But at its core Europe is still the search for peace – it just took a 60 year detour.
Josef Janning - 03 March 2017
What future for Europe does Jean Claude Juncker want?
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