There was nothing he wouldn’t sell and very little he couldn’t buy. Alexander Schalck-Golodkowski was communist East Germany’s foremost capitalist. Having outlived the state he served by a quarter century, he died on June 21 at the age of 82.
The German chancellor indicated to the European […]
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+++ Alexander Clarkson assesses the right-wing populists’ impact on the European Union; Ben Knight analyzes the continued rise of Germany’s AfD; Austria has become the center of right-wing politics in Europe, reports Barbara Tóth; Josephine McKenna profiles Italy’s strongman Matteo Salvini; Noah Gordon on the meaning of “Disembarkation Platform” (Words Don’t Come Easy); David A. Graham explains why Donald Trump could win again; Bruno Tertrais reflects on a European nuclear deterrent; and much more +++