Tag Archives: Germany-UK relations

Germany and UK: Standing Up to the US?

When Germans and Britons finally find a common cause.

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David Cameron and Europe: On the Road to Damascus

Cameron’s problem is not about the EU, but about Britain and the future path of his own party.

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Germany-UK: Making Up for a Lost Century

Britain and Germany must recognize at long last they have a common future.

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Political Courage: Merkel Vs. Cameron

The German Chancellor takes the lead on fighting bigotry.

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Can Britain Surpass Germany Economically?

To get ahead, the UK should adapt German strategies.

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Churchill: Architect of Catastrophe, 1914

How a legendary politician needlessly took Britain into a continental war in 1914.

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Moltke: Architect of Catastrophe, 1914

How one general accidentally plunged Germany into a ruinous war in 1914.

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British Exceptionalism and the European Union

Why does the United Kingdom rely so much on an adversarial and confrontational model of political discussion?

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David Cameron: Embracing Europe in Churchill’s Footsteps

Is David Cameron following in the footsteps of Churchill and Thatcher by balancing anti-Europe sentiment against pro-Europe cooperation?

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Dateline UK: In Praise of Coalition Governments

Has the time come to consider new political arrangements among opposing political camps?

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