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Red Herring & Black Swan: Is the German Question Back?

As the transatlantic relationship frays, thereʼs renewed talk of a return to German dominance in Europe. In fact, US withdrawal could have the opposite effect, as Franceʼs military might become more important.

The attempt to meddle with the French presidential election of 2017 failed. Still, it’s vital to learn the right lessons. Future disinformation campaigns will be ever more sophisticated.

Marine Le Pen risks being sidelined—at home and in Europe.

The French president is struggling to overcome the deepest crisis to hit his government. He’ll have to correct course in 2019. On the streets …

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

There is a lot to unpack from the German chancellor’s recent interview.

Emmanuel Macron has been hailed as the “most pro-European” French president ever. In reality, his policies don‘t diverge all that much from his country’s …

Why Paris and Berlin should not wait until after the German elections to get going.

Brexit and Trump voters wanted to go back in time. Are the Dutch and the French similarly inclined?

France’s presidential elections stand out as the most unpredictable and potentially earth-shattering event in recent European history.

Ahead in the polls, hard-right leader Marine Le Pen faces a Catch-22.

France and Germany have taken very different approaches to counter-terrorism.

Will France fall to the West’s populist surge, too?

Right-wing populism in France, the Netherlands, and Northern Europe.

Come spring, who will become France’s next president? The non-conformist former minister of the economy has more than an outside chance.

Views from Germany, France, and Poland.