German voters prioritized stability in the first post-Merkel election—voting for the party who most emulated the former chancellor’s approach to government, the Social Democrats (SPD), instead of Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU). What does the narrow SPD victory tell us about the German political landscape and important Western trends like populism? Ulrike Franke and Sheri Berman join Deep Dish to explain how potential coalition governments could shape German foreign policy and the relationship with the United States.
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[Opinion] #GlobalEurope: #Europe faces an enduring crisis of energy and geopolitics. This will weaken it and threaten its global position | The Economist
Europe faces an enduring crisis of energy and geopolitics
This will weaken it and threaten its global position
#GlobalEurope & #Trade: #Berlin warms to #France’s ‘Buy European’ plans as global trade rules erode. #Germany fears losing industrial champions because of unfair competition from state-backed #US and Chinese rivals, by @vonderburchard | Politico
Berlin warms to France’s ‘Buy European’ plans as global trade rules erode
Germany fears losing industrial champions because of unfair competition from state-backed US and Chinese rivals.
[Commentary] #GlobalEurope: #EU Council chief #Michel set to walk fine line with trip to #China. Michel will visit #Beijing on 1 December and will meet #Xi and two other senior Chinese officials, Li Keqiang and Li Zhanshu, writes @alex_owski | Euractiv https://www.euractiv.com/section/eu-china/news/eu-council-chief-michel-set-to-walk-fine-line-with-trip-to-china/