Dr. Henning Hoff is executive editor of INTERNATIONALE POLITIK QUARTERLY (IPQ) and editor-at-large of INTERNATIONALE POLITIK (IP). He studied international history in Cologne and London and worked as a foreign correspondent in the British capital for nearly a decade after receiving his doctorate. In 2011, he joined IP and its publisher, the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP). Since 2014, he has also been responsible for the IP‘s international edition, the IPQ.

Contributions

On the Wrong Track

The German government has straightjacketed itself by a return to the “debt brake,” pursuing a stringent fiscal policy at a time when the country is trying to fight its way of out a recession. Two of three ruling parties think the approach is wrongheaded.

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Henning Hoff
IPQ
Berlin Cable
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Into the Unknown

2024 will likely test Germany when it comes to its two most important defense and security tasks: helping Ukraine and improving the Bundeswehr.

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Henning Hoff
IPQ
Berlin Cable
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Europe’s Geostrategic Turn

2024 should be the year that sees both Brussels and Berlin start merging geopolitics with strategic thinking.

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Henning Hoff
IPQ
Editorial
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Germany’s “Plumbers of Power” Lack Far-Sightedness

Just before passing its halfway mark, the coalition government of Chancellor Olaf Scholz has been hitting the financial buffers. Sadly, a general fiscal rethink is unlikely.

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Henning Hoff
IPQ
Berlin Cable
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Henning Hoff

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