Josef Janning - 01 October 2015
The challenge of Syria could become an opportunity for Germany to define its position in the terms of a well-understood European interest.
Josef Janning - 17 September 2015
Fragmentation and lack of common goals and processes threaten the future of the European Union
Gustav Gressel - 11 September 2015
Why Germany's Willkommenskultur is a tough model for eastern Europe to follow
Josef Janning - 03 September 2015
What stands in the way of a bigger German role in the shaping the European response is the effect of intergovernmentalism and the lack of strong ideas with the power to build a core consensus behind them.
Gustav Gressel - 27 August 2015
Neither Ukraine nor the West can leave the framework of the Minsk agreement, even if they know that it is not working at all.
Josef Janning - 23 July 2015
To lead the EU may seem like a burden; it is, in truth, an historic opportunity.
Olaf Boehnke - 17 July 2015
Despite staving off Greek disaster for now, Merkel and Schäuble have had a frosty reception from political allies in Berlin.
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
Gustav Gressel - 03 July 2015
Almost five months on since Minsk II was agreed, it is clear that none of the early conditions have been met
Josef Janning - 25 June 2015
Germany’s obsessive debate between a value-based and an interest-based foreign policy has returned
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