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Special Report on Germany

Special Report on Germany

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The new Germans

Germany is becoming a more open, fragmented country. That will mean rethinking many ingrained habits, says Jeremy Cliffe

  • The new Germans: How Germany and the Germans have changed
  • Between open and closed: German politics has become much more complicated
  • Whose Heimat?: A land of multiple identities
  • Ceçi n’est pas un hype!: Germany may be rich, but inequalities are widening
  • AI meets autoland: Germany’s conservative economic model is being put to the test
  • The somewhat reluctant hegemon: Germany has been slow to reassess its place in the world
  • Squarely in the frame: German history takes to the small screen
  • Children of Merkel: Where does Germany go from here?

  

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