A bimonthly magazine on international affairs, edited in Germany's capital

We Mourn Sylke Tempel
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We Mourn Sylke Tempel

Building a Trojan Horse
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Building a Trojan Horse

The End of the Roth Republic
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The End of the Roth Republic

Macron’s Serve
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Macron’s Serve

The Catalan Cliff
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The Catalan Cliff

A Costly Victory
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A Costly Victory

overview


A desperate Theresa May will turn to you for help. You will need to call her bluff.


In their one and only public debate Angela Merkel and her challenger Martin Schulz skipped difficult issues.


What the French president’s recent visit to Central and Eastern Europe reveals about his EU reform agenda.


Germany’s chancellor seems unassailable. How does she do it?


The populist AfD once polled in the double digits. The party’s support has waned, but not enough to stop it from entering the Bundestag.


Our September/October issue on the German election is out now.


While Angela Merkel will likely win the forthcoming election, voters will choose her dance partner(s).


The Russian government is taking new steps to monitor citizens online.


It’s about time Germany starts practicing what it preaches.


The Kremlin is using atomic energy cooperation to coax and coerce.


How RT, Sputnik & Co. portray Germany and Europe.


US President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel stand for conflicting conceptions of the West.


What lies behind the US-German spat over new Russian sanctions affecting the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project?


Which foreign policy tasks are topping Germany’s to-do list?


The UK and the US are taking their time leaving the EU and the Paris climate accords respectively.


Finally trying on Helmut Kohl’s boots, the German chancellor is ready for deeper European integration.


Former Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin has proposed a radical overhaul of Russia’s economy. Chances of implementation are slim.


Turkey’s relationship with Europe seems to be heading for rock bottom. But there is scope to rebuild ties with Germany and the EU on the economic front.


Why Paris and Berlin should not wait until after the German elections to get going.


Germany’s defense minister on how to advance European security in turbulent times.