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When war in Ukraine threatened its energy security, Germany weaned itself off Russian gas
A warm winter in Europe helped ease the transition.
Germany warned about the danger of becoming economically dependent on China
After its over-reliance on the Kremlin for its energy, is Germany making the same mistake with Beijing?
Chemical giant BASF is under threat after Russians turn off the gas
Gas rationing by the Berlin government this winter could hit the German chemical industry and dent the global economy.
Germany under fire from neighbors for its dependence on Russian energy
Fear that Russia may terminate all natural gas flows to Europe's largest economy is causing friction among EU countries.
As Russia limits Europe's natural gas supply, Germany pays the price
Europe's largest economy depends on Russian gas. Vladimir Putin is using it as a political weapon.
After Ukraine invasion, Germany reconsiders trading with autocrats
Russia’s aggression has forced Germany to reconsider the notion that trade helps promote democracy.
Germany turns tough toward Russia over Ukraine invasion
Germany dropped its opposition to some tough new sanctions against Russia and is now stepping up spending on defense.
What kind of economy will Germany's new leader inherit?
As Angela Merkel’s term ends, Germany struggles with lagging COVID vaccinations, an energy transition and an undigitized economy.
How Germany's Ahr region found a way to sell wine after a devastating flood
Vineyards in the Ahr Valley were destroyed by the summer floods, but that opened up a unique business opportunity for the area. Meet FlutWein.
Post-election, infrastructure question looms over Germany's flood-damaged regions
The town of Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler illustrates many of the climate change and infrastructure issues that have been part of the election's talking points.