Trends in German public opinion point to a weakening commitment to both European integration and the transatlantic alliance.
The EU’s future depends on how it handles the COVID-19 crisis. A lot is riding on Germany’s EU presidency later this year.
Isabel Schnabel, Germany’s nominee to the ECB board, has a pragmatic approach to monetary and fiscal policy.
Germany refuses to think strategically about itself, Europe, or the world. This carries a high price.
Under German leadership solidarity in the EU has become conditional on structural reforms.
Is Germany over-represented in European institutions?