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Erdogan Is Like a Juggler in a Hurricane

The Ukraine war is forcing Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reassess his course of maneuvering between Moscow and the West. Is a turnaround in Turkish foreign policy imminent?

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IP Quarterly
The Wider View
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Putin’s War

With Russian President Vladimir Putin, there will be no peace in Europe.

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IP Quarterly
Editorial
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Macron’s Napoléon Problem

The price of French President Emmanuel Macron’s likely historic electoral success will be the uncertainty about what follows when he leaves the scene in five years.

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IP Quarterly
Pariscope
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What Europe Thinks ... About Russia

Even before Putin launched his war against Ukraine, the European public at large was ahead of their governments in expecting the Russian president to opt for violence. Support for Ukraine is widespread, while the thinking about Russia has fundamentally changed.

Germany Finally Starts to Turn from Russian Gas

There was no alternative for Germany to buying gas from Vladimir Putin, until there was. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has reminded policymakers in Berlin that emergency action in the energy sector is possible.

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IP Quarterly
Carbon Critical
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Zeitenwende in Slow Motion

One month into the proclaimed new foreign policy era, Germany is struggling to take on board what this requires.

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IP Quarterly
Berlin Cable
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