Enhancing Germany’s Conflict Prevention Strategies
The German government’s three new prevention strategies set high conceptual standards, but they need more focus.
The Alliance for Multilateralism: On Thin Ice in Canada’s Election
No matter how Canada’s October election goes, Germany’s multilateral agenda is likely to see a transatlantic setback.
Alliance for Multilateralism – An Australian View
The German-French initiative to strengthen multilateralism looks compatible with Australia’s interests. But Canberra wonders where the United States fits in. Acting in concert with …
The Germans Are Not For Turning
On Brexit, stances are hardening in Berlin and Brussels.
Where Heiko Maas Is Wrong
Will the United States remain nationalist and isolationist even after Donald Trump? German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas seems to think so. But his America …
Toward a “New Ostpolitik“?
Rather than making overtures to the Kremlin, German foreign minister Heiko Maas pushes for more cooperation with Central Europe.
Maas: Europe Needs More Courage
Germany’s foreign minister delivered a much-anticipated speech on Europe this week. His answer to America first? Europe United.
With his Saarland background Germany’s new foreign minister Heiko Maas will bring a much-needed Franco-German instinct to the table.