Michael Stürmer

Germany

Chief Correspondent, WELT-Gruppe, Berlin (since 1998).

Previous positions: Chair of Medieval and Modern History, Friedrich-Alexander-Universitдt Erlangen-Nьrnberg (1973–2003); Director, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP), Ebenhausen/Isartal (1988–1998).

Research interests: political history, international relations.

Selected publications: Welt ohne Weltordnung (2006); Putin and the Rise of Russia (2008).

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Despite Grave Times, Merkel May Still Come Out on Top
22.11.2017
History is full of bad outcomes and there is nothing that signals that a good outcome is guaranteed after Angela Merkel’s CDU-CSU bloc failed to form a government in Germany, Michael Stürmer, Chief

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Mass Migration: The View from Germany
11.09.2015
The current daily horror is only the beginning. History is on the move again, and the waves of unrest will not subside any time soon. They will not leave European civilization unchanged and will, no

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Deafening Silence While the Guns Do the Talking
15.07.2015
It was one of those get-togethers of experts in international security that have become a rare feature in today’s world. The „usual suspects“, as they refer to themselves, had been brought together by

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Currencies of Power
21.10.2014
Today’s currencies of power are not territory or mineral resources, including oil and gas, but the means of communication, channels of innovation, and the ability to maintain a dynamic equilibrium

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Interaction Between Russia and Germany in the 20th and 21st Centuries
31.08.2011
The Soviet inheritance remains strong throughout the old Russian lands, while the image of the West has suffered from financial overstretch, leadership decline, and waning US power. In all this,

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