Commentary 23 April 2018

Merkel’s Final Act

by Philipp Rotmann               The National Interest

Germany is once more in a key position to shape Europe’s destiny, in a world in which the West is adrift as it confronts increasingly assertive challengers. Berlin’s strategic role is not mainly economic: eurozone reform, like improving internal security cooperation, is just a part of the challenge. Far more challenging for Germany is another question: will it do its part so that Europe can learn to “jointly project its power in the world,” as the outgoing foreign minister, Sigmar Gabriel, put it at the Munich Security Conference in February?

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This article was published in The National Interest on April 23, 2018. It is available to read in full.

Report 14 May 2018

Stärkung von Bürgerdialog zu Außenpolitik in Deutschland

by Sarah Brockmeier, Melissa Li, Cornelius Adebahr
GPPi

Commentary 20 April 2018

BRI: Ende der europäischen Strategieblindheit?

by Thorsten Benner
Global.Lab

Commentary 20 April 2018

[Wielogłos] Nowy Jedwabny Szlak: szanse i zagrożenia dla Europy

by Thorsten Benner
Global.Lab

Report 13 April 2018

Changing Security Governance: Lessons for External Support

by Sarah Brockmeier, Philipp Rotmann
FES

Commentary 10 April 2018

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by Thorsten Benner
Der Standard