As Merkel deals with Syria, Turkey, immigrants and terrorism, her popularity is falling. What will come next?
Are German leaders already jockeying for position in the post-Merkel world?
A new white paper for the German Army and a new interpretation of the Basic Law
Many blame the huge influx of refugees for increased violence in Germany—but there is more to it.
From May 16, 2016 in News »
A growing majority of Germans oppose their chancellor’s view of Islam.
There could be big economic and geopolitical implications.
Public opinion on how to deal with migrants is changing rapidly.
This weekend’s election results are the early tremors of a far larger political earthquake.
Chancellor Merkel wants the EU to break its own law, another sign that the migrant crisis is transforming Europe.
From March 7, 2016 in News »
Three more STDs will be allowed through border control.