Chancellor Merkel is leaving office, but fundamental change in Germany’s foreign policy is unlikely.
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Two recent Supreme Court rulings could be consequential for the interpretation of the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act.
The far-right party Alternative for Germany has proved adept at influencing German society, even if its electoral prospects are less than rosy.
The German Constitutional Court ruled that German espionage activity must conform to the country’s constitution, even if conducted overseas on non-German citizens. What’s in the ruling?
The coronavirus pandemic tests multiple aspects of the country’s postwar constitutional order: emergency powers, federalism, separation of powers and individual rights.
In 2016, Germany created its military cyber command. But legal restrictions could ultimately decrease its flexibility and operational effectiveness.
European states want to exert more unity and strength on the world stage, but they lack the vision and consensus to do so.
The new president of the European Commission can help guide European policy in the right direction.
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