Angela Merkel’s designated successor embraces some of the French president’s proposals but warns against overreach.
Change-through-rapprochement worked in the 1970s. Vladimir Putin’s Russia is different.
Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer is seen as the best candidate to defend Angela Merkel’s legacy.
The business-friendly Friedrich Merz appears to have the momentum on his side.
Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel agree, but there are still obstacles to giving the eurozone a budget of its own.
How will this affect the remainder of her chancellorship? Who could replace her? What does it mean for Europe?
Germany’s Social Democrats are in a deep crisis. Merkelism is not unpopular. The far-right’s constituency hasn’t grown.
It’s not all about Angela Merkel.
Parliamentarians oust the chancellor’s ally as their group leader.
If they were wrong to mimic the far right, what does that mean for conservatives elsewhere?