More Immigration

By Kieren Underwood, from September 20, 2016 in Analysis »
As Merkel deals with Syria, Turkey, immigrants and terrorism, her popularity is falling. What will come next?
By Richard Palmer, from September 10, 2016 in News »
Are German leaders already jockeying for position in the post-Merkel world?
By Josué Michels, from August 10, 2016 in News »
A new white paper for the German Army and a new interpretation of the Basic Law
By Josué Michels, from June 28, 2016 in News »
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.
By Richard Palmer, from May 10, 2016 in Analysis »
There could be big economic and geopolitical implications.
By Kieren Underwood, from April 13, 2016 in Analysis »
Public opinion on how to deal with migrants is changing rapidly.
By Stephen Flurry and Richard Palmer, from March 16, 2016 in Analysis »
This weekend’s election results are the early tremors of a far larger political earthquake.
By Richard Palmer, from March 15, 2016 in Analysis »
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.