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Macron: Now What?

There is a massive opening for France and Macron in Europe which no French president since Mitterrand 25 years ago has been able to seize.

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Your 12 Point Guide to the German Elections

Here’s what you need to know about Germany’s September 24 elections.

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Spain’s Catalan Independence Intermezzo

As much as quite a few Catalans may want independence from Spain, it is practically impossible. But more regional autonomy is certainly possible.

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Germany’s SPD: To Serve or Not to Serve under Merkel?

The election and subsequent choice of coalition matter. But the differences between the various options are modest rather than stark.

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Ukraine: Something Is Happening Here…

After using the Russian invasion diligently for plenty of international support, Ukraine’s elites aren’t holding up their side of the bargain: They keep ruining their country.

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Europe’s Growth Rate in Offshore Wind Must Triple to Reach Paris Goals

To meet the goal agreed at the Paris climate change conference in December 2015, Europe will need a fully decarbonized electricity supply by 2045.

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The German Consensus Machine

Don’t look for major policy changes in Germany after the September 24 federal elections.

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Crunch Time in Paris

Will Macron deliver? And what will French economic reforms mean for all of Europe?

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The Rise of Digital Workers

As more digital freelancers find work through online labor platforms, taxing their income will become increasingly difficult.

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German Political Update: Merkel’s Choice

Angela Merkel looks set for a comfortable win in next month’s German elections. But which coalition partner will she choose?

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