There must be a new urgency to ensuring that people everywhere understand the horrors of the past and the dangers of today’s authoritarian trends.
What is the middle ground that both Germany and France can agree on to move economic and financial reforms in the EU forward?
Who leads depends on how it’s measured.
The more the U.S. abstains from imposing new barriers to imports from the EU, the more may the EU support U.S. efforts to change Chinese trade and investment practices.
History teaches that everyone suffers from trade wars, but the biggest pain is incurred by those who run the big surpluses once it starts.
Instead of seeking war reparations from Germany, Poland should take steps that bring the country closer to the euro area to secure the country’s long-term economic interests.
The country’s leader since 2003 has been adept at evading term limits or restarting the clock on them.
With a new term for Merkel, Germany and Europe can breathe a sigh of relief.
As Germany and Italy decide the shape of their future governments, the EU is making slow progress. It is abandoning lofty schemes and determined to focus on people’s real problems.
Italian politicians warning against “Germany-type problems” in forming a government after the next election are a truly striking moment of European integration – although not a particularly welcome one.