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Op-Ed: Is the FDP Driving Germany to Foreign Policy Suicide?

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Finance Minister and FDP leader Christian Lindner wants to make sweeping cuts to the budgets for foreign affairs and development. That would have a hugely detrimental effect on Germany’s influence in the world.

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Philipp Rotmann
IPQ
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Macron’s Waterloo?

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For France, the French president’s snap elections gamble is risky. From a European perspective, running that risk now is irresponsible.

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Joseph de Weck
IPQ
Pariscope
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The Center Holds and the Horse-Trading Begins

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The far right won’t play kingmaker when it comes to deciding on whether von der Leyen is reappointed as European Commission president, but they are still a stronger force in the new European Parliament.

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Dave Keating
IPQ
Quarterly Concerns
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Navigating EU Accession

Ukraine has made good progress meeting the EU’s accession criteria and implementing laws. However, the ongoing war makes this process all the harder.

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Oleksandra Bulana
IPQ
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Investing in Ukraine’s Recovery

The country’s current journey from continued resilience toward recovery and reconstruction amidst an ongoing war requires a multi-faceted approach.

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Robert Kirchner
Garry Poluschkin
IPQ
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How to Help Build Peace in Sudan

EU policymakers must support Sudanese civil society—particularly women activists—while simultaneously cutting off weapons supplies to militias and exerting diplomatic pressure on China and the UAE to prevent a catastrophic humanitarian crisis.

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Mark Fathi Massoud
IPQ
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What to Expect from a Labour Government

To the surprise of most, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has called a snap election for July 4. The opposition Labour Party is widely expected to win it.

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John Kampfner
IPQ
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Turbulence Ahead, as Europe Prepares to Vote

Amid all the angst about the far right, there is evidence that voters are taking the European Parliament elections more seriously than five years ago. 

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Tony Connelly
IPQ
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On Trade, a Return of Trump Would Spell Trouble for EU

If Donald Trump wins the US presidential election in November, Europeans should once again brace for major transatlantic tensions on trade. An EU policy of strength would be the right response.

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Markus Jaeger
IPQ
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