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Ugly exports: Iraq to Germany: If you take IS members back, you’ll need new laws

Ugly exports

Iraq to Germany: If you take IS members back, you’ll need new laws

Iraq has been grappling for longer than Europe with the question of what to do with its own citizens who supported Islamic State terror. Could the Iraqi example help Germany find solutions to this vexing problem?

By Cathrin Schaer

Collision course  : US threat to Germany’s car sector bears greater economic risk

Collision course

US threat to Germany’s car sector bears greater economic risk

The Trump administration is considering tariffs on imported cars, citing national security concerns. If it happens, it endangers one of the most important German industries and could unleash a €20 billion list of...

By Handelsblatt staff

Bee friendly: Bavarian conservatives forced to go green as wildlife campaign breaks records

Bee friendly

Bavarian conservatives forced to go green as wildlife campaign breaks records

A petition demanding better farming practices was backed by 18% of voters. That forces the ruling CSU to call a referendum which could upend German environmental policies.

By Jean-Michel Hauteville

Washington vs. Berlin: US hypocrisy in Iran sanctions frustrates German business

Washington vs. Berlin

US hypocrisy in Iran sanctions frustrates German business

Germany sees a double standard in enforcing embargoes on trade and finance with Iranian companies.

By Mathias Brüggmann, Moritz Koch, Klaus Stratmann

Unsolved puzzle: Germany, France, Britain fail to fill leadership vacuum in European defense

Unsolved puzzle

Germany, France, Britain fail to fill leadership vacuum in European defense

The Munich Security Report says Europe’s three greatest military powers are still far from replacing the US military on the continent.

By Donata Riedel

election maneuvers: Olaf Scholz: the man with plans to be Germany’s next Chancellor

election maneuvers

Olaf Scholz: the man with plans to be Germany’s next Chancellor

Germany’s next general election is more than two years away, but Germany's finance minister and vice chancellor is already plotting a course to become the country’s next Social Democratic chancellor.

By Jan Hildebrand, Martin Greive

Franco-German feuds: Next thorny relationship issue for France and Germany: US tariffs

Franco-German feuds

Next thorny relationship issue for France and Germany: US tariffs

Economics ministers in Germany and France are readying for their next fight. At a meeting 10 days from now, the agenda will include the contentious issue of industrial tariffs with the US.

By Handelsblatt staff

IT Security: Germany may impose de facto Huawei 5G ban

IT Security

Germany may impose de facto Huawei 5G ban

Berlin may stop short of an outright ban on Chinese telecommunications technology, but tight new security rules may mean Huawei is in effect excluded from the country’s 5G network.

By Daniel Delhaes, Dana Heide, Moritz Koch

Berlinale blues: Berlin’s left-leaning festival fears growing right-wing pressure

Berlinale blues

Berlin’s left-leaning festival fears growing right-wing pressure

Historically the Berlinale is a celebration of political movie-making. Nowadays, the curators who select the films feel the influence of powerful right-wing forces in Europe.

By Allison Williams

Big Brother: Facebook’s data harvesting curbed by German regulator

Big Brother

Facebook’s data harvesting curbed by German regulator

The country’s antitrust watchdog has banned the social media giant from mining data from different sources, including WhatsApp and websites that use Facebook buttons. The ruling could undermine its business model.

By Gilbert Kreijger

Protectionism, cont.: Minister proposes hands-on policy to boost German industry

Protectionism, cont.

Minister proposes hands-on policy to boost German industry

Economics Minister Peter Altmaier suggests the government could take stakes in core German companies to prevent Chinese takeovers. The opposition fears the free market will suffer.

By Dana Heide, Klaus Stratmann, Jeremy Gray

Bad fortune: Suddenly, Germany has a €25 billion budget problem

Bad fortune

Suddenly, Germany has a €25 billion budget problem

The economic slowdown has torn a hole in Germany’s budget, putting the government in the unfamiliar position of having to save. Another feud in the fractious coalition seems inevitable.

By Martin Greive, Jan Hildebrand

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