Berlin is more deeply engaged in solving the situation in eastern Ukraine than ever before in an international conflict. State Secretary of the German Foreign Office Markus Ederer on the attempts to make “Minsk” work.
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+++ Stefan Meister on the Great Russia myth; Vladislav Inosemtzev on Russia’s worm-like economy; Ilya Yashin on the Kremlin’s tried and tested Internet offensive against the West; Carsten Voigt explains why some in Germany and Europe still see Russia with forgiving eyes; Dave Keating profiles Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator ("Close-Up"); Mark Leonard reflects on the European Union (“Europe and Me”); Annabelle Chapman on how Budapest and Warsaw undermining the EU (“Enemies Within”); Tyson Barker on Transatlantic relations under President Trump; Brenna Daldorph on Emmanuel Macron’s En-même-temps-ism ("Words Don't Come Easy"); and much more +++
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