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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

North vs South: The EU’s new tax plan is a recipe for rebellion

North vs South

The EU’s new tax plan is a recipe for rebellion

The European Commission wants to implement majority voting on tax issues, just as Brexit shifts the balance of EU power from tax-averse northern nations to tax-happy southern countries. Another nail in the EU's coffin,...

By Otmar Issing

Daily Briefing: Germany’s SPD got stuck in the Kübler-Ross grief cycle

Daily Briefing

Germany’s SPD got stuck in the Kübler-Ross grief cycle

Social Democrats at a loss; Christian Democrats with a tin ear; Herr Dr., Frau Dr.; when Handelsblatt Today closes. Our Daily Briefing for February 11, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

Daily Briefing: France flips on Gazprom, leaving Germany in lone support

Daily Briefing

France flips on Gazprom, leaving Germany in lone support

“Non” on Gazprom; Hell’s bells, Tusk; hot and bothered Earth; and the 69th Berlin International Film Festival. Here's our Daily Briefing on February 7, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Daily Briefing: Ludwig Erhard is turning in his grave

Daily Briefing

Ludwig Erhard is turning in his grave

Altmaier goes dirigiste; Vestager nixes Alstom-Siemens anyway; deciding about Huawei; Handelsblatt Today to shut down (sniff). Our Daily Briefing for February 6, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

INF Treaty: Europe and the new nuclear arms race

INF Treaty

Europe and the new nuclear arms race

The end of the nuclear treaty has everything to do with China, a former German foreign minister argues. Europe will need to rethink its policies toward Russia if it wants to avoid a full-on arms race.

By Sigmar Gabriel

Daily Briefing: German payments firm Wirecard says there’s no story, and no event

Daily Briefing

German payments firm Wirecard says there’s no story, and no event

And anyway, it would have been in Singapore; fears about Germany’s “black zero;” Italy blocks the EU over Guaido; scandal at the North Pole. Here's our Daily Briefing for February 5, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

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

North vs South: The EU’s new tax plan is a recipe for rebellion

North vs South

The EU’s new tax plan is a recipe for rebellion

The European Commission wants to implement majority voting on tax issues, just as Brexit shifts the balance of EU power from tax-averse northern nations to tax-happy southern countries. Another nail in the EU's coffin,...

By Otmar Issing

Daily Briefing: Germany’s SPD got stuck in the Kübler-Ross grief cycle

Daily Briefing

Germany’s SPD got stuck in the Kübler-Ross grief cycle

Social Democrats at a loss; Christian Democrats with a tin ear; Herr Dr., Frau Dr.; when Handelsblatt Today closes. Our Daily Briefing for February 11, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

Daily Briefing: France flips on Gazprom, leaving Germany in lone support

Daily Briefing

France flips on Gazprom, leaving Germany in lone support

“Non” on Gazprom; Hell’s bells, Tusk; hot and bothered Earth; and the 69th Berlin International Film Festival. Here's our Daily Briefing on February 7, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Daily Briefing: Ludwig Erhard is turning in his grave

Daily Briefing

Ludwig Erhard is turning in his grave

Altmaier goes dirigiste; Vestager nixes Alstom-Siemens anyway; deciding about Huawei; Handelsblatt Today to shut down (sniff). Our Daily Briefing for February 6, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

INF Treaty: Europe and the new nuclear arms race

INF Treaty

Europe and the new nuclear arms race

The end of the nuclear treaty has everything to do with China, a former German foreign minister argues. Europe will need to rethink its policies toward Russia if it wants to avoid a full-on arms race.

By Sigmar Gabriel

Daily Briefing: German payments firm Wirecard says there’s no story, and no event

Daily Briefing

German payments firm Wirecard says there’s no story, and no event

And anyway, it would have been in Singapore; fears about Germany’s “black zero;” Italy blocks the EU over Guaido; scandal at the North Pole. Here's our Daily Briefing for February 5, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

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