The trick is to make these things beneficial for the country’s national affairs. They can either be in control of their energy revolution or watch other countries steal the march on them.
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Most Germans seems to want a change, at least when it comes to who leads the government coalition
The European public thinks there is a new cold war – but they don’t want to have anything to do with it. Our polling reveals that a “cold war” framing risks alienating European voters.
t’s much less damaging to day-to-day interests. You don’t have the same volume of practical things to manage on a daily basis.
A key point of divergence among EU respondents in the ECFR report was whether they saw the pandemic as an economic or a public health crisis
The Geneva meeting was ‘dangerously unravelling [and] charting a course that diverges from the Berlin process and the UN security council resolutions, which will cause division and spoil elections’