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Order, order!: The EU-27 must make a magnanimous gesture, and Brits must vote again

Order, order!

The EU-27 must make a magnanimous gesture, and Brits must vote again

In the unfolding tragedy of Brexit, there are no good options left. That’s why the continentals should help the Brits to choose the least bad.

By Andreas Kluth

Daily Briefing: Who’s afraid of Huawei? We are!

Daily Briefing

Who’s afraid of Huawei? We are!

Insecure about security; banking on a merger; celebrating suffrage. Here's our Daily Briefing for January 17, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Daily Briefing: Germans’ nightmare: the UK’s never-ending Brexit tangle

Daily Briefing

Germans’ nightmare: the UK’s never-ending Brexit tangle

The Uncertain Kingdom; a closer watch over extremism; electric alliance. Here's our Daily Briefing for January 16, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Daily Briefing: In Germany, no recession, but no excitement either

Daily Briefing

In Germany, no recession, but no excitement either

Growth of only 1.5 percent; Gdansk's mayor dies after stabbing; more Germans trust Merkel; too much snow in the Alps. Our Daily Briefing for January 15, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

Stopping the clock: For Europe’s sake, let’s keep talking to stave off a hard Brexit

Stopping the clock

For Europe’s sake, let’s keep talking to stave off a hard Brexit

The EU should be ready to make more concessions to the UK and to allow more time for negotiations, writes Germany’s former foreign minister.

By Sigmar Gabriel

Daily Briefing: Dexit not now, but later: The AfD “moderates” its program

Daily Briefing

Dexit not now, but later: The AfD “moderates” its program

Look who’s calling the EU “latently totalitarian”; a stabbing in Gdansk; Richard Grenell, Trump’s German bully. Our Daily Briefing for January 14, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

Ursula von der Leyen: Europe is forming an army

Ursula von der Leyen

Europe is forming an army

A united EU military is becoming a reality, argues Germany’s defense minister.

By Ursula von der Leyen

Social media: To Habeck or to Lindner, to be or not to be on Twitter?

Social media

To Habeck or to Lindner, to be or not to be on Twitter?

Pandora opened her box, and out flew Twitter, Facebook and the rest. Or perhaps not? The final verdict on whether social media are good or bad for political discourse is both more prosaic and profound.

By Andreas Kluth

Daily Briefing: Paris backs Berlin’s call for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council

Daily Briefing

Paris backs Berlin’s call for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council

Axis of amity; a unicorn wants to be in America; brain drain at Deutsche. Here's our Daily Briefing on January 10, 2019.

By Allison Williams

EU army: Defense is the sector most in need of more Europe

EU army

Defense is the sector most in need of more Europe

Wolfgang Clement, a former economics minister, says there is an urgent need for action, and it is ultimately a question of building a “real European army,” not just talking about it.

By Wolfgang Clement

Daily Briefing: Meet Alibaba, the Chinese Amazon, expanding fast and furious

Daily Briefing

Meet Alibaba, the Chinese Amazon, expanding fast and furious

Berlin data buy; let’s play guess the password; low interest rates, high times. Here's our Daily Briefing for January 9, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Daily Briefing: Robert Habeck quits Facebook and Twitter (and shouldn’t we all?)

Daily Briefing

Robert Habeck quits Facebook and Twitter (and shouldn’t we all?)

Bye-bye social media; expropriation in Berlin; we are all AfD today; and Merkel does Macedonia. Our Daily Briefing for January 8, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

Order, order!: The EU-27 must make a magnanimous gesture, and Brits must vote again

Order, order!

The EU-27 must make a magnanimous gesture, and Brits must vote again

In the unfolding tragedy of Brexit, there are no good options left. That’s why the continentals should help the Brits to choose the least bad.

By Andreas Kluth

Daily Briefing: Who’s afraid of Huawei? We are!

Daily Briefing

Who’s afraid of Huawei? We are!

Insecure about security; banking on a merger; celebrating suffrage. Here's our Daily Briefing for January 17, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Daily Briefing: Germans’ nightmare: the UK’s never-ending Brexit tangle

Daily Briefing

Germans’ nightmare: the UK’s never-ending Brexit tangle

The Uncertain Kingdom; a closer watch over extremism; electric alliance. Here's our Daily Briefing for January 16, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Daily Briefing: In Germany, no recession, but no excitement either

Daily Briefing

In Germany, no recession, but no excitement either

Growth of only 1.5 percent; Gdansk's mayor dies after stabbing; more Germans trust Merkel; too much snow in the Alps. Our Daily Briefing for January 15, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

Stopping the clock: For Europe’s sake, let’s keep talking to stave off a hard Brexit

Stopping the clock

For Europe’s sake, let’s keep talking to stave off a hard Brexit

The EU should be ready to make more concessions to the UK and to allow more time for negotiations, writes Germany’s former foreign minister.

By Sigmar Gabriel

Daily Briefing: Dexit not now, but later: The AfD “moderates” its program

Daily Briefing

Dexit not now, but later: The AfD “moderates” its program

Look who’s calling the EU “latently totalitarian”; a stabbing in Gdansk; Richard Grenell, Trump’s German bully. Our Daily Briefing for January 14, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

Ursula von der Leyen: Europe is forming an army

Ursula von der Leyen

Europe is forming an army

A united EU military is becoming a reality, argues Germany’s defense minister.

By Ursula von der Leyen

Social media: To Habeck or to Lindner, to be or not to be on Twitter?

Social media

To Habeck or to Lindner, to be or not to be on Twitter?

Pandora opened her box, and out flew Twitter, Facebook and the rest. Or perhaps not? The final verdict on whether social media are good or bad for political discourse is both more prosaic and profound.

By Andreas Kluth

Daily Briefing: Paris backs Berlin’s call for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council

Daily Briefing

Paris backs Berlin’s call for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council

Axis of amity; a unicorn wants to be in America; brain drain at Deutsche. Here's our Daily Briefing on January 10, 2019.

By Allison Williams

EU army: Defense is the sector most in need of more Europe

EU army

Defense is the sector most in need of more Europe

Wolfgang Clement, a former economics minister, says there is an urgent need for action, and it is ultimately a question of building a “real European army,” not just talking about it.

By Wolfgang Clement

Daily Briefing: Meet Alibaba, the Chinese Amazon, expanding fast and furious

Daily Briefing

Meet Alibaba, the Chinese Amazon, expanding fast and furious

Berlin data buy; let’s play guess the password; low interest rates, high times. Here's our Daily Briefing for January 9, 2019.

By Allison Williams

Daily Briefing: Robert Habeck quits Facebook and Twitter (and shouldn’t we all?)

Daily Briefing

Robert Habeck quits Facebook and Twitter (and shouldn’t we all?)

Bye-bye social media; expropriation in Berlin; we are all AfD today; and Merkel does Macedonia. Our Daily Briefing for January 8, 2019.

By Andreas Kluth

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