Josef Janning - 01 November 2018
For now, Europe will get more of the Merkel it knows so well: pragmatic, process-minded, and vision-free.
Josef Janning - 04 October 2018
Berlin can no longer afford to float ideas that have no practical consequences, and keep muddling through
Almut Möller - 27 September 2018
As the economic crisis in Turkey intensifies, Germany should decide whether and how it wants to help
Ulrike Esther Franke - 05 September 2018
Germany – and all Europeans – need to get on with agreeing not only the technical rules around lethal autonomous weapons, but also whether we really want to delegate decisions over life and death to machines
Almut Möller - 18 July 2018
The pressure is on for Paris and Berlin to deliver beyond less controversial issues like common digital, climate, or border and coastguard policies.
Almut Möller - 29 June 2018
Take a look at the German party system – including the AfD’s role as largest opposition party – to understand the faultlines running under the chatter about Merkel.
Josef Janning - 20 June 2018
Angela Merkel is in a race against time to fulfil a pledge for a new Europe-wide migration policy if she is to keep her conservative coalition together
Almut Möller - 15 June 2018
European politicians have made an abundance of normative speeches on Europe, but few on the politics of cooperation. German leaders’ recent interventions hint at a turning point in this trend.
Ulrike Esther Franke - 07 June 2018
German politicians struggle to endorse Emmanuel Macron’s proposal for a “European Intervention Initiative” not least because the term intervention sounds misleading in German.
Josef Janning - 07 June 2018
Angela Merkel finally responds to Emmanuel Macron’s Europe reform plans – but through the pages of a newspaper, and in only the most guarded of terms.
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