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By Joschka Fischer - Apr 24,2021
BERLIN — The Afghan drama is nearing its end, at least as far as Western militaries are concerned.
By Joschka Fischer - Mar 27,2021
BERLIN — Angela Merkel’s 16-year reign as German chancellor is coming to an end. Whatever one’s feelings about her, she has put her stamp on an entire era.
By Joschka Fischer - Mar 06,2021
BERLIN  —  Human beings are creatures of habit. We tend to envisage a future much the same as the past, so we cling to familiar tools, approaches, and perspectives, even as the world changes.
By Joschka Fischer - Feb 03,2021
BERLIN  —  Donald Trump’s presidency is now history, which puts renewing the transatlantic relationship back on the European agenda.
By Joschka Fischer - Dec 29,2020
BERLIN — Despite all his whining and wailing, Donald Trump’s presidency will end on January 20, 2021. He will be history; but, sadly, his political legacy will endure.
By Joschka Fischer - Sep 29,2020
BERLIN — Between the intensifying Sino-American drama and the persistent COVID-19 crisis, the world is undeniably undergoing fundamental, historic change.
By Joschka Fischer - Jul 27,2020
BERLIN — After many months, the global economy is still reeling from the shock of the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Joschka Fischer - Jun 27,2020
BERLIN — The COVID-19 pandemic is entering its second phase as countries gradually reopen their economies and loosen or even revoke strict social-distancing measures.
By Joschka Fischer - Mar 02,2020
BERLIN — The year is still young, but its historical significance is already clear. At least as far as the West is concerned, foreseeable events in the coming months will have an overwhelming and decisive impact on the future.
By Joschka Fischer - Jul 31,2019
BERLIN — The first two decades of the twenty-first century are beginning to cast a long shadow over the Western world.



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