The view from across the Atlantic, by Nick Ottens
It was about time.
Earthquakes in Groningen, dirty coal mines in Poland and leaky Soviet-era gas pipes in Russia.
The federal government ought to deregulate rents nationally.
Brendan Simms’ history of Europe is overly deterministic.
Not through force, but by persuasion.
I read all 177 pages so you don’t have to.
Der Spiegel should take a look in the mirror.
American alarmism about coalition politics is unfounded.
Center-left parties are winning elections again. What changed?
Where the two parties may be able to compromise.
The Greens and liberals are poised to return to power, but who will lead them?
Three parties will probably be needed to form a government.
She governed Germany for sixteen years. This is her legacy.
Don’t add regulation to solve problems created by regulation in the first place.
The Free Democrats have been consistently right on defense, deregulation and digitalization.