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Farewell: What I learned about journalism while running Handelsblatt Today

Farewell

What I learned about journalism while running Handelsblatt Today

Now that it’s curtains, our editor-in-chief offers a few thoughts on journalism. But above all, he wants to say Thank You.

By Andreas Kluth

Daily Briefing: Germany’s pensions for Nazi collaborators abroad strain relations with EU neighbors

Daily Briefing

Germany’s pensions for Nazi collaborators abroad strain relations with EU neighbors

Don’t mention the war; German economists criticizing Berlin’s sacrosanct debt brake; Opel’s long-awaited return to profitability. Here’s our Daily Briefing for February 26, 2019.

By Jean-Michel Hauteville

Daily briefing: Bayer back in court over Roundup’s alleged cancer risk

Daily briefing

Bayer back in court over Roundup’s alleged cancer risk

Does weedkiller kill people? DAX Americana and when it comes to diversity, more is more. Here's our Daily Briefing for February 25, 2018.

By Allison Williams

Dangerous route: Trump’s 'America first' policy could mean war

Dangerous route

Trump’s 'America first' policy could mean war

Mike Pence’s speech at the Munich Security Conference could be a harbinger of a worst-case scenario: A US-Iranian crisis and a devastating trade war across the Atlantic.

By Carl Bildt

Daily Briefing: Did Merkel single-handedly cause Brexit?

Daily Briefing

Did Merkel single-handedly cause Brexit?

Germany angers France and Britain; blaming Merkel for Brexit; Daimler’s Dieselgate headache; easing abortion laws. Our Daily Briefing for February 21, 2019.

By Jean-Michel Hauteville

Daily Briefing: Germany budges a bit on French budget proposal

Daily Briefing

Germany budges a bit on French budget proposal

A euro-zone attempt; blind justice? and goodbye to a German genius. Here's our Daily Briefing for February 20, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Daily Briefing: A bunch of whys about Wirecard

Daily Briefing

A bunch of whys about Wirecard

Regulators get busy; the Swiss miss the point; and wrangling over returnees. Here's our Daily Briefing on February 19, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Daily briefing: Yet another way cars are dangerous: national security

Daily briefing

Yet another way cars are dangerous: national security

Trump’s auto motive; multilateral Merkel; we’re all weighing Huawei. Here's our Daily Briefing for February 18, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Situation critical: Europe, wake up or risk Soviet-style collapse

Situation critical

Europe, wake up or risk Soviet-style collapse

Defending Europe from its enemies first means recognizing the magnitude of the threat. Once that happens, the pro-European majority must be mobilized to defend the EU's core values, writes George Soros.

By George Soros

Daily Briefing: Doctors come clean on dirty diesel emissions

Daily Briefing

Doctors come clean on dirty diesel emissions

Germany clears up the confusion on diesel, plane sense, and I just can't stop loving EU. Here's our Daily Briefing for February 14, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Daily Briefing: Germany's Taliban peace conference

Daily Briefing

Germany's Taliban peace conference

How to leave Afghanistan; German terminals for US gas; buzzing Bavarian bees; and Verdi making Berlin hell. Our daily briefing for February 13, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

Daily Briefing: You’ve got no mail; but Deutsche Post wants to charge you more for it

Daily Briefing

You’ve got no mail; but Deutsche Post wants to charge you more for it

Put a stamp on it; The CDU’s refugee trauma; The Munich Security Conference; Longgermanwordoftheday. Our Daily Briefing for February 12, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

Farewell: What I learned about journalism while running Handelsblatt Today

Farewell

What I learned about journalism while running Handelsblatt Today

Now that it’s curtains, our editor-in-chief offers a few thoughts on journalism. But above all, he wants to say Thank You.

By Andreas Kluth

Daily Briefing: Germany’s pensions for Nazi collaborators abroad strain relations with EU neighbors

Daily Briefing

Germany’s pensions for Nazi collaborators abroad strain relations with EU neighbors

Don’t mention the war; German economists criticizing Berlin’s sacrosanct debt brake; Opel’s long-awaited return to profitability. Here’s our Daily Briefing for February 26, 2019.

By Jean-Michel Hauteville

Daily briefing: Bayer back in court over Roundup’s alleged cancer risk

Daily briefing

Bayer back in court over Roundup’s alleged cancer risk

Does weedkiller kill people? DAX Americana and when it comes to diversity, more is more. Here's our Daily Briefing for February 25, 2018.

By Allison Williams

Dangerous route: Trump’s 'America first' policy could mean war

Dangerous route

Trump’s 'America first' policy could mean war

Mike Pence’s speech at the Munich Security Conference could be a harbinger of a worst-case scenario: A US-Iranian crisis and a devastating trade war across the Atlantic.

By Carl Bildt

Daily Briefing: Did Merkel single-handedly cause Brexit?

Daily Briefing

Did Merkel single-handedly cause Brexit?

Germany angers France and Britain; blaming Merkel for Brexit; Daimler’s Dieselgate headache; easing abortion laws. Our Daily Briefing for February 21, 2019.

By Jean-Michel Hauteville

Daily Briefing: Germany budges a bit on French budget proposal

Daily Briefing

Germany budges a bit on French budget proposal

A euro-zone attempt; blind justice? and goodbye to a German genius. Here's our Daily Briefing for February 20, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Daily Briefing: A bunch of whys about Wirecard

Daily Briefing

A bunch of whys about Wirecard

Regulators get busy; the Swiss miss the point; and wrangling over returnees. Here's our Daily Briefing on February 19, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Daily briefing: Yet another way cars are dangerous: national security

Daily briefing

Yet another way cars are dangerous: national security

Trump’s auto motive; multilateral Merkel; we’re all weighing Huawei. Here's our Daily Briefing for February 18, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Situation critical: Europe, wake up or risk Soviet-style collapse

Situation critical

Europe, wake up or risk Soviet-style collapse

Defending Europe from its enemies first means recognizing the magnitude of the threat. Once that happens, the pro-European majority must be mobilized to defend the EU's core values, writes George Soros.

By George Soros

Daily Briefing: Doctors come clean on dirty diesel emissions

Daily Briefing

Doctors come clean on dirty diesel emissions

Germany clears up the confusion on diesel, plane sense, and I just can't stop loving EU. Here's our Daily Briefing for February 14, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Daily Briefing: Germany's Taliban peace conference

Daily Briefing

Germany's Taliban peace conference

How to leave Afghanistan; German terminals for US gas; buzzing Bavarian bees; and Verdi making Berlin hell. Our daily briefing for February 13, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

Daily Briefing: You’ve got no mail; but Deutsche Post wants to charge you more for it

Daily Briefing

You’ve got no mail; but Deutsche Post wants to charge you more for it

Put a stamp on it; The CDU’s refugee trauma; The Munich Security Conference; Longgermanwordoftheday. Our Daily Briefing for February 12, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

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