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Why #EuropeanUnion  needs to change its game "Parts of EU could come together and have more geopolitical heft," Andreas Kluth argues in this gripping commentary | #Europe 

#KrampKarrenbauer looked like #Merkel  successor as #german  chancellor. So her fall following the #AfD  manoeuvre in #Thuringia  puts #CDU  in trouble, writes Andreas Kluth

#KrampKarrenbauer looked like #Merkel  successor as #german  chancellor. So her fall following the #AfD  manoeuvre in #Thuringia  puts #CDU  in trouble, writes Andreas Kluth

Modern #Germany 's #democracy  is mature enough to weather the storm in the state of #Thuringia  which shifted to the right, argues Andreas Kluth#AfD  #CDU  #AngelaMerkel 

Modern #Germany 's #democracy  is mature enough to weather the storm in the state of #Thuringia  which shifted to the right, argues Andreas Kluth#AfD  #CDU  #AngelaMerkel 

If #Merkel  wants to leave a lasting legacy, she must use her remaining time in office to live up to Germany’s international responsibility, argues Andreas Kluth#german  #Libya  #berlinconference 

If #Merkel  wants to leave a lasting legacy, she must use her remaining time in office to live up to Germany’s international responsibility, argues Andreas Kluth#german  #Libya  #berlinconference 

#AfD is anti-migrant and anti-elitist. Andreas Kluth writes on the #FarRight  threat to #Germany .

#AfD is anti-migrant and anti-elitist. Andreas Kluth writes on the #FarRight  threat to #Germany .

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The race to succeed Angela#Merkel  could bring surprises "German politics is often boringly stable. It’s about to get interesting" -- writes Andreas Kluth, noted thinker and political commentator

The race to succeed Angela#Merkel  could bring surprises "German politics is often boringly stable. It’s about to get interesting" -- writes Andreas Kluth, noted thinker and political commentator

#Europe’s politics is in chaos and here is why that’s a wonderful thing. Andreas Kluth's must-read piece

Andreas Kluth'>Retweeted Andreas Kluth (): Germany during the Thirty Years' War looked eerily like the Middle East and Syria today. Here's what that means for a new Westphalian Peace.

Andreas Kluth'>Retweeted Andreas Kluth (): "when I left The Economist to join the Handelsblatt Media Group, I was in for a nasty shock. The German system did not recognize my family’s health plan as 'health insurance'."

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