In conversation with Jana Puglierin, Gideon Rachman will present his book “The Age of the Strongmen”
Germany’s National Security Strategy should aim for more than just a return to the status quo ante but with more money. The Zeitenwende is forcing Germany to reinvent itself as a European security actor.
Scholz’s Zeitenwende speech was widely viewed as a major adjustment to Germany’s foreign and security policy. But, six months on, it is unclear whether the country is up to the task.
Geoff Mulgan and Mark Leonard discuss how to restore political imagination and harness creativity to solve current and future problems
Mark Leonard discusses with Anna Sauerbrey her book “Machtwechsel” and the new generation of German politicians
The early debates between candidates Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak lack any recognition of how Britain’s biggest foreign policy challenges relate to one another
Bulgaria’s reformist government may have fallen, but this is a new era for the country. Policymakers should now build on Bulgarians’ growing sense of common purpose.
Can Europe remain true to its climate agenda despite Russia’s war in Ukraine?
Decades of wilfully blind dependence on Russian gas have left Germany facing a bleak winter. German leaders could now have an opportunity to begin repairing the damage.
If the ECB is disciplined in its use of the recently announced Transmission Protection Instrument, this could turn out to be exactly what Europe needs