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Angela Merkel, seeking close ties with Warsaw, risks unwittingly furthering Poland’s leap to the right.

The landmark exhibition that wasn’t has dampened German-Iranian relations.

Something very disruptive is going on in the political sphere, warns Simon Hegelich, professor for political data science.

The German government wants to streamline its security services.

France and Germany have taken very different approaches to counter-terrorism.

Barack Obama, Donald Trump, and the future of German-American relations.

Iraq has become the first test case for Germany’s ambition to pursue more robust crisis management policies. It’s been a promising start.

Germany awakes to the reality of a Trump presidency.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel needs a European solution for the refugee crisis more than ever.

German politicians undermine the European Union.

The German-Polish relationship needs a good dose of pragmatism.

Views from Germany, France, and Poland.

There is little in the way of a common agenda when Berlin takes over the G20 presidency from Beijing.

Berlin has awoken to the new reality of a European Union without Britain.

Trying to settle a historical question, Germany’s parliament has provoked new ones.

From Willkommenskultur to German angst – and back?