A far-left coalition government appears to be the probable outcome of the German elections later this month, posing threats to NATO and fiscal responsibility.
Public opinion and the possibility of a coalition government make it likely that the next German chancellor will adopt a more hawkish China policy.
American and German troops were involved in the skirmish, the German military announced.
The Nord Stream 2 deal makes the president’s talk of defending embattled democracy sound tinnier.
Ukraine might get the impression that the U.S. cares more about its strategic-stability agenda than it does stopping Russian malign influence activities.
The proposed agreement will only intensify Ukrainian, Polish, and congressional fears of appeasement.
The unification of the German nation-state brought us a world of trouble.
Convened to address problems within the German Church, a new Church-affiliated body appears to be questioning essential Catholic doctrine.
Contemporary critical opinion, both here and elsewhere, was on the mark in praising The Lives of Others.