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September, 2019

Germany and France will officially launch an Alliance for Multilateralism at the United Nations General Assembly. They should consider three policy issues that will make or break the Alliance.

Angela Merkel’s government presented a “climate package” that disappointed.

A television experiment reveals how close Germany’s right-wing AfD has moved to Nazi language.

Emmanuel Macron has turned to an old strategy: leveraging France’s budding rapprochement with Moscow.

The new European Commission line-up signals an appetite to take on the United States, China, and Russia

On her trip to China, Chancellor Angela Merkel did little to distance Berlin from Beijing.

A Chinese firm won a bid to build a bridge meant to “safeguard Croatia’s territorial integrity.” European construction companies say they can’t compete against …

Of course transparency on NATO’s Eastern flank is important. But until Russia stops its provocations, it will be hard to reduce tensions. 

Huge relief for Germany’s coalition parties: the AfD did not come first in Saxony or Brandenburg.