Articles on Almut Möller

Macron’s Charlemagne challenge to Berlin (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 15 May 2018

Emmanuel Macron both lay down a gauntlet and held out a hand to Angela Merkel in Aachen. But the chancellor seized neither.

New energy in the Franco-German motor (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 16 February 2017

External threats have brought Berlin and Paris closer together than ever before.

Europe’s priority now is to keep the union of 27 together (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 25 January 2017

London waves farewell to Berlin as Germany softens on EU dissent. But the goal remains: the EU’s survival

The lesson of 2016: How to reverse the EU’s decline (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 28 December 2016

What European policymaking needs now is a new devotion to grit-and-grind dispassion. 

Is Merkel the new “leader of the free world”? (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 25 November 2016

Angela Merkel is not a fan of flashy titles, but she has already started to build support at home for a stronger Germany in Europe and the world.

Berlin is bracing itself for President Trump (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 09 November 2016

The German government is to step up its efforts to keep Europeans together.

Frau Merkel goes to Africa (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 19 October 2016

Domestic concerns over migration have sharpened Berlin's interest in Africa.

Merkel keeping one eye on Britain's "UK first" approach (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 15 September 2016

As much as Berlin would like to prevent negotiations with the UK turning sour, it is hard to envisage any other outcome.

Germany and the UK: Hints of a role reversal (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 18 August 2016

The EU debate in Berlin has moved on to one that is more instrumental, aiming to work out what the Union can contribute to protect and empower Europe’s citizens to continue their lives in freedom, security, and prosperity.