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Unhinged or Reinvented?

Relations between the United States and Europe are at an historic juncture. The US elections in November will be decisive in determining whether the transatlantic partnership will be affirmed and tuned to new challenges or will fracture and collapse.

Social Distancing in International Relations

There has been much heralding of the end of globalization wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic. But a closer look reveals that, if anything, the crisis could bind the US, the EU, and China closer together, if in a less stable way.

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IP Quarterly
The Wider View
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A New Bargain

The rapid rise of China is inevitably forcing a major shift in the US-European relationship. It is time for both sides to root the transatlantic bond in shared interests, rather than often ill-defined values. Fortunately, such a basis exists.

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IP Quarterly
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Missing Dimensions

With trouble brewing in Belarus, the Mediterranean, and the Middle East, many eyes are turning to German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas. But he is not the power-broker type.

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IP Quarterly
Berlin Cable
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France’s Sharpest Critics

The French are self-involved, or so the cliché goes. But they are no chauvinists—just ask the French president.

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IP Quarterly
Pariscope
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Angela Merkel’s Green New Deal

The German chancellor has signaled that climate protection is high on her EU presidency agenda. She is well positioned to advance her goals.

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IP Quarterly
Carbon Critical
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Angela Merkel’s Treble Headache

The German chancellor is about to preside over her second EU presidency. Conflicts over the EU budget, Brexit, and China are looming large.

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IP Quarterly
Berlin Cable
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