AND YET IT MOVES
The German government needs to forge compromises and build bridges. Stabilizing Europe is in its core interest.
interview with wolfgang schäuble
Germany’s most experienced politician in European affairs on the state of the European Union and how to advance it.
High time for the elites in France and Germany to wrack their brains how to jointly take Europe forward.
Is Germany over-represented in European institutions?
Berlin wants to move toward a more integrated European defense policy. Given the sorry state of the Bundeswehr, this sounds hollow.
Under German leadership solidarity in the EU has become conditional on structural reforms.
Is the EU’s trade commissioner ready for a trade war?
nicolai von ondarza
With the May government deeply divided, it’s the remaining EU-27 who determine the make-up of the future EU-UK relationship.
interview with zsuzsanna szelényi
Viktor Orbán’s victory isn’t as clear-cut as it may seem.
words don’t come easy
Ever since Swedish band ABBA won in 1974, audiences have shown a preference for English at the Eurovision Song Contest. This time won’t be different.
sebastian heilmann and guntram b. wolff
Germany needs to reduce its dependency on exports and push for robust European trade and industrial policies.
the arab world
The next Arab Spring is just a matter of time.
red herrings & black swans
tyson barker and mareike oldemeinen
Much has been written about Donald Trump ripping up the rules of world trade. Don’t believe the hype.
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