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Stepping Into the 21st Century
To adapt its foreign policy to new challenges, Germany must overcome certain taboos inherited from its history.
Article in Internationale Politik Quaterly, n°2, Spring 2021
Towards the second crusade?
Editorial, January 26, 2021
Europe in the world: for a modest and effective reform
Editorial, December 16, 2020
The Biden-Harris election: a respite in view of what?
Editorial, November 8, 2020
The American elections and beyond
Editorial du October 12, 2020
Justice and Might
Editorial, September 1st, 2020
Consequences and lessons of a virus
Letter on Covid-19, July 1st, 2020
Global public goods: beyond empty words
Letter on Covid-19, June 3rd, 2020
Easing the lockdown: some of the issues
April 29, 2020. 8 concise remarks on easing the lockdown.
Covid 19: The Price of Negligence
April 1st, 2020. It is not easy to step back and gain perspective on a battle that is raging on the home front for all of us and has not yet reached its peak. However, I do want to share some of my thoughts on the Covid 19 pandemic, especially its context.
12th edition of the World Policy Conference
12th edition of the World Policy Conference, Marrakech, October 12 – 14 2019
Openning Speech of the 12th edition of the World Policy Conference
Marrakech, October 12, 2019