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Berlin Policy Journal

International affairs from the heart of Europe


At a time when its armed forces are massively over-burdened, Paris is greatly reliant on its partners. But Germany is not ready to play …


The best way for Germany to lead the future defense of Europe is to bring all Europeans together, the United Kingdom included. But real …


As foreign secretary and secretary for exiting the European Union, Jeremy Hunt and Dominic Raab have taken up keys posts in the British government. …


There’s not much love left between political sisters CDU and CSU.


How a European refugee and migration policy could look.


Turkey’s economic woes have huge consequences for Europe. It’s time Berlin steps in.


The United States’ military isn’t the only one with drones.


Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is suggesting a new world order.


No question about it: transatlantic relations are going through a rough patch. But as the German ambassador to NATO writes, the alliance is strong …


US President Donald Trump does not, to put it lightly, have a warm relationship with Germany, nor with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, against whom …


In the coming years, and all across the world, AI will shape politics, the economy, and society. It will also disrupt international affairs. There …


AI is on the verge of becoming a critical part of our societies, says former State Secretary of Defense Katrin Suder. A debate over …


Angela Merkel is deeply worried that Germany and the EU will fall far behind the US and China behind in developing AI. So far, …


Europe has the capacity to become a global AI leader, and its data protection may even prove to be an advantage. But more support …


China aims to become AI leader and a “technical-economic great power”. It‘s devoting huge resources to that goal. Preparing for the warfare of the …


On July 1, Austria is taking over the presidency of the Council of the EU for six months. Who is its new, young chancellor, …