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The Discordant Nation

by Pierre Bèhar | May 14th, 2010

The whole historical tragedy of the German nation stems from its being out of step with the other great nations of Western Europe and its temporal dislocation has arisen from basic uncertainty over the space it occupies. Geography first therefore. Germany is that vast stretch of land at the heart of Europe where throughout antiquity []

On the Road Again, with Merkel

by Jochen Thies | May 14th, 2010

The result that seemed improbable on the eve of the German elections nevertheless came good in the end. From the 22 November 2005 the government of Germany has been in the hands of Angela Merkel, its first female Chancellor. Hardly any of the professional observers predicted her phenomenal rise from scientist in East Berlin when []

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The European Journal of International Affairs, founded in 1988 by Prof. Giuseppe Sacco, is dedicated to shaping ideas and framing politics in order to give a European perspective in international affairs.

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Pino Arlacchi, Samuel Brittan, Cornelius Castoriadis, Philip G. Cerny, George Corm, Ralf Dahrendorf, Etienne Davignon, Jean-Luc Domenach, François Fejtö, Joachim Fest, Pierre Hassner, Peter Hebblethwaite, Roy Jenkins, Josef Joffe, Arrigo Levi, Edward Luttwak, Stevan K. Pavlowitch, Jaques Rupnik, Ghassan Salamé, Alexander Smolar, Michael Stürmer, Marie-France Toinet, Rudolf von Thadden, Richard von Weizsäcker