Trauma and historical memory in Germany and Indonesia.
In a curious twist of history, Baerbock holds the promise to execute on what turned out to be Angela Merkel’s highly misleading self-advertising.
Could Magnitsky-style social media campaigns challenge authoritarians like Putin and Xi?
Germany’s long-term leading government party faces an uncertain political future.
Prominent Nazis were interrogated after the end of World War II in a U.S. prison codenamed “Ashcan” south of Luxembourg. From there they were sent to the war crimes trial in Nuremberg.
North Stream 2: Is the gas pipeline’s completion really mandated by history, as the German President has claimed?
Why do we Germans learn so little from very relevant Asian countries in fighting the pandemic?
As much as the current German government would wish otherwise, the North Stream 2 pipeline controversy continues to threaten European unity as well as transatlantic solidarity.
What US and German political transitions mean for China relations.
Surprisingly, Germany’s veteran Chancellor is replicating Gerhard Schröder’s moves to poison the transatlantic relationship — in her case by eagerly doing China’s bidding inside the EU.