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BERLIN POLICY JOURNAL is a bimonthly digital magazine on international affairs, edited in Germany’s capital and published by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP). It is best read via our app – on GooglePlay and the Apple AppStore – on tablets and smart phones. Check out this website for previews, full-length articles, and current blog posts.
Out Now: November/December 2019 Issue – Free to Download on your Tablet and Smartphone
+++ Becoming a global player is a “question of survival“ for the EU, argues Jana Puglierin; Florence Gaub draws up a foreign policy bucket list for incoming European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen; Claire Demesmay explains what’s behind Emmanuel Macron’s foreign policy offensive; Tony Connelly profiles Phil Hogan, future EU trade commissioner and among those who’ll forge a post-Brexit relationship with the United Kingdom; Noah Gordon, in his Carbon Critical column, look at how industry could reduce CO2 emissions; Noah Barkin warns of tough decisions on China in 2020; Shahin Vallée on Germany’s debt brake “Lebenslüge“ and why a debate on fiscal policy is needed urgently; and much more +++