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.
Olaf Boehnke - 24 April 2015
It is time to initiate a common European cathartic proces
Josef Janning - 17 April 2015
Hollande and Merkel have become a formidable team as Europe’s leaders – but how long will it last?
Gustav Gressel - 07 April 2015
Conservatives say Germany should pursue Bismarck’s policy of placating Russia, but a Bismarck of today would have a wholly different strategy.
Gustav Gressel - 31 March 2015
The European Council's recent declaration on the European energy market reflects to a large extent a compromise between the German position and the plans of Eastern European states.
Olaf Boehnke - 12 March 2015
Gabriel has reinserted the needs of a values-based foreign policy into the debate on European arms sales, which could make him a key stakeholder in EU foreign policy.
Josef Janning - 05 March 2015
The extension of the eurozone’s assistance programme for Greece dominates the European debate in Germany and links eurozone politics to the future of Europe.
Sebastian Dullien - 25 February 2015
To applause back home, Germany succeeded in conceding little to Greece – but the result might be future chaos.
Gustav Gressel - 18 February 2015
Germany needs to square the circle between domestic demands for restraint and isolationism and the increasing responsibilities of European leadership.
Josef Janning - 09 February 2015
As Europe pushes for negotiation over Ukraine, the Munich Security Conference showed the depth of division not only between Russia and the West, but between the Western partners as well.
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