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.
Susi Dennison & Dina Pardijs - 23 April 2015
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.
Roderick Parkes - 16 February 2015
Sweden's second-place ranking in the European Foreign Policy Scorecard 2015 may say more about European weakness than about Swedish success.
Dina Pardijs - 13 February 2015
The Netherlands got things done in 2014, but remained careful to protect their economy and relations with powerful allies.
Álvaro Imbernón - 12 February 2015
Despite renewed leadership in some areas, Spain failed to engage fully on some of the defining foreign policy issues of 2014.
Susi Dennison - 11 February 2015
France did not seem inclined to build coalitions on foreign policy in 2014, preferring to go it alone – which made it less effective as a foreign policy leader.
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