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    Angry 8: Inside Germany’s far-right AfD
    Apr27

    Angry 8: Inside Germany’s far-right AfD

    BERLIN — The far-right Alternative for Germany has turned German politics on its head, but leadership squabbles threaten to derail the party’s rapid rise. Founded in 2013 as a protest party calling for the abolition of the euro and an end to bailouts given to EU members, it has developed into a far-right force to be reckoned with and now...

    Danish People’s Party wants EU referendum too
    Apr25

    Danish People’s Party wants EU referendum too

    Denmark should follow the Brits and hold a referendum on membership of the European Union, the leader of the far-right Danish People’s Party said Monday. Kristian Thulesen Dahl wrote on his website that Denmark should try to win similar concessions from the EU if the U.K. votes to stay within the EU in the June 23 referendum. If the Danish...

    5 takeaways from the Serbian election
    Apr25

    5 takeaways from the Serbian election

    BELGRADE — The gamble of former ultranationalist turned pro-EU Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić paid off — calling a snap election two years early saw him return to power with another landslide. But now that he’s won a four-year mandate, Vučić has to prepare Serbia for EU membership. While Vučić insists he is committed to reform and...

    Obama’s next stop: Germany
    Apr24

    Obama’s next stop: Germany

    BERLIN — U.S. President Barack Obama arrived in Germany on Sunday on the last leg of his European tour, a trip he is using to bolster transatlantic ties and bid farewell as the end of his presidency nears. Obama will meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Hanover, where the two are scheduled take part in the Hanover Fair, the world’s...

    Why Obama loves the queen more than her country
    Apr23

    Why Obama loves the queen more than her country

    LONDON – At their Friday press conference here, President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron together used the phrase “special relationship” more than a dozen times. At times they cast it in almost romantic terms: Obama professed his “love” for Winston Churchill. Cameron declared his “passion” for the Anglo-American...

    Faster media, fractured government
    Apr23

    Faster media, fractured government

    Ever since Julius Reuter strapped his first market report to a carrier pigeon, reporters of every stripe have lived or died by being first with the facts. Yet in recent years, the news agenda has started to move even more rapidly, to the point where it is whirling faster than ever — part of a wider speeding up of society, driven by technology,...

    America’s spezial relationship
    Apr22

    America’s spezial relationship

    BERLIN — When presidential hopeful Barack Obama introduced himself to Germany on a July evening in 2008, asking a crowd of more than 200,000 in central Berlin to embrace his mantra for change, they took up his call with enthusiasm. Disillusioned by the wars and scandals of the George W. Bush era, Germans appeared more convinced of the promise of...

    In pictures: Obama’s 8-year journey through Europe
    Apr22

    In pictures: Obama’s 8-year journey through Europe

    This week, the U.S. president visits the U.K. — followed by a stop in Germany — likely for his last time in office, slowly bringing to a close a long, mixed relationship with Europe that began when Barack Obama was a history-making candidate for office. Here’s a look back over the years. BERLIN, 2008: More than 200,000 people showed up for...

    POLITICO Morgen Europa PLUS: Wer solche Partner hat — Webers deutsche Methode — Ruttes Plan
    Apr22

    POLITICO Morgen Europa PLUS: Wer solche Partner hat — Webers deutsche Methode — Ruttes Plan

    MARK RUTTE hat das niederländische Referendum zum EU-Assoziierungsabkommen mit der Ukraine versemmelt. Nun schaut tout Bruxelles darauf, wie er mit dem Ergebnis umgeht. Ignorieren oder umsetzen? EU-Diplomaten berichten: Er werde sich Zeit lassen mit einer Entscheidung, Zeit bis nach dem britischen Referendum Ende Juni — und bis nach dem Ende der...

    Was von Europas Strahlkraft geblieben ist
    Apr22

    Was von Europas Strahlkraft geblieben ist

    Europa ist für die meisten Georgier ein Gefühl, ein Wohlstandstraum, ein Spaziergang durch das hübsch frisierte Touristenviertel von Tiflis. Kaum abseits der Bars und Boutiquen aber wird das Leben karg, Kinder schnorren Zigaretten, Familien leben in halbfertigen Hochhäusern. Die zahllosen Satellitenschüsseln leiten fast nur russische Sender nach...

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