By Rafael Behr - 27 February 01:04
The Prime Minister can see the strategic as well as the economic logic that keeps Britain in Europe.
By Nick Tyrone - 25 February 03:54
After withdrawing from the centre-right European People's Party grouping, Cameron has no right to tell his MEPs not to flirt with the anti-Euro Alternative für Deutschland.
By Andrew Gimson - 19 September 08:07
As she faces re-election, the signs are that Angela Merkel’s commitment to the euro stretches only so far as the maths continue to work for Germany. Andrew Gimson on the roots of a genial but ruthlessly pragmatic politician.
By Michael Hessel - 19 August 02:08
The country's voters show little desire to proactively seek a resolution to the euro crisis.
By D H Lawrence - 24 July 11:42
"We have brought it about ourselves—by a Ruhr occupation, by an English nullity, and by a German false will. We have done it ourselves. But apparently it was not to be helped."
By Sunder Katwala - 25 May 12:48
Sport has a reputation for stoking historic enmities, but football has helped to transform the Anglo-German relationship into one of friendly rivalries and mutual respect.
By Brendan Simms - 14 March 08:06
For centuries the Germans were at war with a shifting cast of hostile neighbours. Upheavals in the 19th century and two world wars brought about a settlement, but Germany today is both too strong and too weak to assume its rightful position in world polit
By George Eaton - 30 January 09:02
Guido Westerwelle criticises Cameron's EU demands and warns that "'You either do what I want or I’ll leave!' is not an attitude that works".
By Jon Stone - 07 October 05:17
If Cameron wants an accurate comparison for Labour's policies, he should look to modern Germany.
By Tristram Hunt - 07 October 04:49
The Prime Minister's Tea Party-esque caricatures are a substitute for real debate.