When Germans and Britons finally find a common cause.
Cameron’s problem is not about the EU, but about Britain and the future path of his own party.
Britain and Germany must recognize at long last they have a common future.
The German Chancellor takes the lead on fighting bigotry.
To get ahead, the UK should adapt German strategies.
How a legendary politician needlessly took Britain into a continental war in 1914.
How one general accidentally plunged Germany into a ruinous war in 1914.
Why does the United Kingdom rely so much on an adversarial and confrontational model of political discussion?
Is David Cameron following in the footsteps of Churchill and Thatcher by balancing anti-Europe sentiment against pro-Europe cooperation?