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The U.S. president arrives in Germany with chill hanging over relations.
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She wanted Gorbachev to stop the reunification of Germany.
What does it say about Germany today that in order to see some Jews you’ve got to go to a museum?
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From Cyprus to Portugal, the common currency has been a disaster.
They've helped bail out southern weaklings. Now Europe's northern countries may be doomed too.
Why Obama's call for a free trade agreement between the United States and Europe could be a game-changer.
The much-maligned U.S. Postal Service stacks up surprisingly well in international rankings.
In the wake of the Bulgarian bombing investigation, will the European Union finally designate Hezbollah a terrorist group?
In threatening to pull Britain out of the EU, has the prime minister inadvertently opened Pandora's Box?
The eurozone will be forever crippled unless it becomes a real currency union -- like the United States.
FP's Global Thinkers weigh in on the year gone by and what's on the horizon for 2013.
What happened the last time America got bogged down in North Africa.
It's time to stop deriding the Americans who refuse to vote. They're trying to tell us something.
The real question isn’t whether the European Union deserved its Nobel. The real question is: What is the EU going to do with it?
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