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Angela Merkel’s Shameful Failure to Confront Right-Wing Authoritarianism
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Why Lifting the Ban on Nazi Imagery in Video Games in Germany Was the Right Move
Mesut Özil Retires From German National Team, Cites “Racism and Disrespect”
We’re Not Headed for Nazi Germany, but We’re Also Not Headed Anywhere Good
The Crises in Germany and Britain Show How Populists Can Transform Governments—Even When They Don’t Lead
The EU Is Holding Together but Only With the Weakest Glue
Donald Trump’s Latest Threat Against Germany Is a Reminder That He Stretches the Law to Do Whatever the Heck He Wants
It Sure Looks Like Donald Trump Is Trying to Take Down Angela Merkel
Germany’s Real Problem Isn’t With Trump’s Trollish Ambassador. It’s With Trump.
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