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The German foreign minister’s call for EU financial payments autonomy may seem fanciful today, but for how much longer?
Chris Grocott reviews Defending the Rock: How Gibraltar Defeated Hitler, by Nicholas Rankin
Islamist extremist ricin plot foiled by German police
The Franco-German threat to a century of British fighter jet engineering
NATO ally Germany urged by U.S. to up its military spending
European geopolitics is undergoing a major structural revision.
Germany’s new ‘Grand Coalition’ is neither the answer to Europe’s problems, nor the stability the country craves.
Berlin and Ankara are looking to tone down the rhetoric of their disputes. However, the bilateral relationship, the most important one Turkey has with any European country, is likely to remain troublesome.
The incoming German coalition government will have much on its plate. But repairing or even sustaining relations with Turkey is one of Berlin’s most urgent challenges.
‘Strong and Stable’ was not a winning slogan for British Prime Minister Theresa May and her ruling Conservatives, but it seems an apt description of Germany and its Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s spy network in Germany puts additional stress on the relationship between the two European powers.
This paper offers a summary of the main comments and conclusions from a bilateral workshop jointly held by RUSI and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) in November 2016.
Britain's vote to leave the European Union poses challenges for Germany–UK security cooperation.
This event will explore the impact of the upcoming European elections on the UK, and what the results might mean for British politics following the invocation of Article 50.
A presentation by Dr Thomas Bagger, Head of Policy Planning, German Federal Foreign Office, considering Germany's policy options and the European response.