Yemen is headed for all-out civil war, another theater of the sadly familiar cast of proxy wars, sectarian violence, state collapse, and militia rule. The only actors who will prosper are the likes of al-Qaeda and the Islamic State.
After weeks of quarreling, Germany’s coalition parties […]
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+++ Jana Puglierin argues that the German defense debate is backsliding; Bastian Giegerich highlights the Bundeswehr’s three primary needs: will, money, and patience; foreign missions have improved Germany as a military partner, writes Carlo Masala; Matthew Tempest profiles Britain’s new foreign and Brexit secretaries, Jeremy Hunt and Dominic Raab respectively; Derek Scally explains the meaning of “Schwesterpartei” (Words Don’t Come Easy); Ulrike Franke on Germany and drones; and much more +++