Angela Merkel looks set for a comfortable win in next month’s German elections. But which coalition partner will she choose?
Among countries with populations of at least 100,000 people, which woman holds the record for the longest uninterrupted tenure as the elected head of government?
With a new French President at her side, Merkel feels invigorated again. She even feels a sense of destiny regarding Europe.
The U.S. President reflects on why Germans must be made to pay for all the wrongs they inflicted on the United States.
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.
From Wikileaks to Leakocracy: How hackers, including from Russia, shape elections
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.
In 2017, German Chancellor Merkel will assume the helm of her troubled country – for the fourth time. Unless she decides not to run.