is Senior Fellow at the International Security division of the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) in Berlin and an Adjunct Professor with the Department for Political Science, University of Zurich.
After forteen years of a mostly fruitless war, and with the conflict still unresolved, the NATO coalition members have had different takeaways from the attempt at nation-building in the Hindu Kush.
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+++ Natalie Nougayrède on France’s potentially earth-shattering elections; Martin Michelot and Martin Quencez on how the Front National became a force with a chance at the French presidency; Maya Vidon-White on links between Donald Trump and Marine Le Pen; Claire Demesmay and Daniela Schwarzer on the reset needed for the French-German partnership; Barbara Wesel profiles Martin Schulz, Angela Merkel’s unlikely challenger ("Close-Up"); Ulrich Speck on how the liberal world order now relies on the B Team to step up; Nicolai von Ondarza and Sophia Besch on why the EU shouldn't leave Brexit to the Brits alone; an interview with Celeste Wallander on the OSCE’s role in Ukraine; Carl Nasman on the right-wing’s new favorite insult "snowflake" ("Words Don't Come Easy"); and much more +++
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