Talk of moral hazard and contagion are back as […]
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+++ A baffled Germany enters the new era of world politics largely unprepared, warns Constanze Stelzenmüller; Thorsten Benner calls upon German foreign policy-makers to stop babbling about “responsibility”; Berlin’s European policy must do better, argues Daniela Schwarzer; Jörg Lau takes think tanks and foreign policy experts to task; Ben Knight profiles Green leader Robert Habeck; Bettina Vestring explains why the Social Democrats are moving to the left; Siobhán Dowling on the meaning of “Tempolimit” (Words Don’t Come Easy); Creating “European champions” by loosening merger control is the wrong approach, warn Guntram Wolff and Georgios Petropoulos in our “Red Herring & Black Swan” column; and much more +++