Tag Archives: Angela Merkel

Why Angela Merkel Should Be Grateful to Donald Trump

With Merkel lacking both an agenda and a vision, the US push to deal with Germany’s eternal export surplus is a welcome impetus for long overdue domestic reforms.

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From Democracy to Leakocracy: Germany the Next Target?

From Wikileaks to Leakocracy: How hackers, including from Russia, shape elections

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The EU and the German Risk

Germany is not just a core member of the EU, it is the core member. Being the EU’s biggest asset also means it is its Achilles heel.

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Merkel: One More Time

In 2017, German Chancellor Merkel will assume the helm of her troubled country – for the fourth time. Unless she decides not to run.

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Is Merkel Rushing to Push Britain Out of Europe?

What European leaders must do to give UK a chance for reason to prevail post-Brexit.

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Why the United States and the West Can’t Win With Turkey

Examining the perfectly closed loops of circular Islamist thinking.

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Merkel and Turkey: Six Fundamental Errors

Does Germany’s Chancellor really not understand the cynical ways in which Turkey’s President plays her? Is it naiveté – or appeasement?

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The English Patient: Help Needed

A “Brexit light” would help heal the divisions of British society and lead to a more flexible EU.

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Brexit Seen From Berlin

U.S. history holds a lesson for Europe: Integration moves in waves.

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Merkel On the Brink?

Germany at a crossroad of domestic and foreign policy change.

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