Josef Janning - 01 September 2015
Through the transformation of Greece, Germany and France can lay the foundation for a new culture of partnership and good governance in Europe.
Josef Janning - 23 July 2015
To lead the EU may seem like a burden; it is, in truth, an historic opportunity.
Josef Janning - 10 July 2015
Merkel has shown little appetite for the “vision-thing”, but the Greek crisis threatens to push the Chancellor out of her comfort zone
Josef Janning - 06 July 2015
Without demonstrating how they can pull off a strategy of gaining debt relief before reforms, Syriza's referendum win could become a Pyrrhic victory.
Josef Janning - 25 June 2015
Germany’s obsessive debate between a value-based and an interest-based foreign policy has returned
Josef Janning - 11 June 2015
Myths and symbolism have accompagnied the fundamental transformation of the gathering.
Josef Janning - 28 May 2015
If the relationship German Chancellor Angela Merkel and EU President Donald Tusk have built won’t last, a pillar of Germany’s architecture for the EU will crumble.
Josef Janning - 14 May 2015
The UK elections have not solved the British question for Europe, and thus the German headache will remain.
Josef Janning - 30 April 2015
The German government has proven itself adept at juggling foreign policy crises, but as it reaches the halfway point of its term, it is more important than ever that nothing gets dropped.
Josef Janning - 17 April 2015
Hollande and Merkel have become a formidable team as Europe’s leaders – but how long will it last?
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