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Merkel’s Third Grand Coalition: High Hopes for Europe?

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During the six months of tedious negotiations to put a German coalition in place, governments across Europe, the French in particular, have been waiting impatiently for a push for European reform from Berlin.

By Julian Rappold

Feminicide: The Need for a Wider Campaign

Though there is still no public debate about Feminicide in France, recent legislation has begun to recognize gender-based murder but it is far from a priority for French authorities.

By Angela Muller, Anne-Cécile Mailfert

View from Paris: The need for certainty

The three-word motto cited by Hollande in his statement could serve as a summary of what is needed after the Brexit: “freedom, solidarity, and peace”.

By Manuel Lafont Rapnouil

After the Paris Attacks: The Battle for Europe’s Soul

Days after the Paris attacks, Europe is only slowly awakening from a state of shock. The events served as a painful reminder of our vulnerabilities from within and the daunting threats we face from abroad. A reflection on seven challenges looming on Europe’s horizon. 

By Charlotte Beck