Germany’s trade and investment ties with the U.S. won’t be damaged by German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s condemnation of American surveillance programs, said Josef Joffe, editor and publisher of Die Zeit newspaper.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s condemnations of U.S. surveillance programs won’t damage strong trade and investment ties between the two countries, said Josef Joffe, editor and publisher of Germany’s Die Zeit newspaper.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s bloc and the Social Democrats stitched together an agreement on renewable energy as the parties close in on a self-imposed deadline to draft a coalition accord by the end of the month.
President Barack Obama should “stop apologizing” for the National Security Agency’s telephone- surveillance program that has “saved thousands of lives,” according to Republican U.S. Representative Peter King.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the Social Democrats are entering their first week of negotiating the substance of a new government with the fight for control of the finance ministry looming in the background.