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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+++ Andreas Rinke explains the Merkel Mystique; Clare Richardson goes on the data trail; Sumi Somaskanda assesses the impact of the right-wing Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) entering the Bundestag; Matthias Geis looks beyond Angela Merkel and sizes up her heirs (“Close-Up”); Marcel Fratzscher points his finger at where Germany is lacking economically; Tyson Barker, Claire Demesmay, Quentin Peel, Jana Puglierin, Jan Techau, and Nikolaus von Twickel are sending memos to the next chancellor; and much more +++
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