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German Foreign Policy

For years, Germany has pursued an ambivalent, but lucrative China policy. These times seem to be over.

Will the United States remain nationalist and isolationist even after Donald Trump? German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas seems to think so. But his America …

Rather than making overtures to the Kremlin, German foreign minister Heiko Maas pushes for more cooperation with Central Europe.

With his Saarland background Germany’s new foreign minister Heiko Maas will bring a much-needed Franco-German instinct to the table.

The German foreign policy community is starting to sound repetitive.

Germany is facing a new nexus of foreign and domestic politics.

Today’s global frontlines do not run between East and West, but within states – between internationalists and nationalists.

Reform education by halving class sizes, cancel the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project, and be honest about strategic realities.

Which foreign policy tasks are topping Germany’s to-do list?

Germany needs to want more – and have a strategy to go with it.

Chancellor Angela Merkel is right, the old times are over. Here’s what a new German foreign policy could look like.

How much co-determination can Germany’s foreign policy take?

Berlin and Brussels would do well to think deeply about the consequences and finer points of the EU-UK divorce.

Is Angela Merkel’s coalition partner banking on foreign policy as an election winner?

The country of poets and thinkers wants to be seen thinking. It may be sinking.

Germany is still as a “geo-economic power”.