Sometimes the Atlantic Ocean has never seemed wider. Still, repairing German-American relations has been a top priority of Chancellor Angela Merkel since Germany's opposition to the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003.
"Just Embarrassing" Gerhard Schröder Casts a Dark Shadow over Berlin's Foreign Policy
Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd "A Cold War with China Is Probable and Not Just Possible"
Interview with Merkel’s Former Foreign Policy Adviser “I Have Eliminated 'the West’ from My Vocabulary”
Dissent in Europe and Washington The High Political Costs of Russia's New Pipeline to Germany
"Things Can Only Get Better" A Look Ahead at German-American Relations after Trump
Germany's Foreign Minister on the Future of Trans-Atlantic Relations "We Have Waited a Long Time for This"
The U.S. Elections Germany Looks Across the Atlantic with Anxiety and Hope
EU Commissioner on the U.S.-China Trade War 'Our List of Countermeasures Is Ready'
A Precarious Alliance Patience Wears Thin with Germany's NATO Spending
NATO Spending Debate What Did Merkel Pledge in Brussels?
Hibernation How Europe Can Survive the Trump Era
Friendly Fire Trump Takes Aim at Germany and NATO
Interview with Madeleine Albright 'I Am an Optimist Who Worries A Lot'
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