Dr. Henning Hoff ist Executive Editor von INTERNATIONALE POLITIK QUARTERLY (IPQ) und Editor-at-Large von INTERNATIONALE POLITIK (IP). Er studierte internationale Geschichte in Köln und London und arbeitete nach der Promotion fast ein Jahrzehnt lang als Auslandskorrespondent in der britischen Hauptstadt. 2011 wechselte er zur IP und ihrer Herausgeberin, der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik (DGAP). Seit 2014 ist er außerdem für die internationale IP-Ausgabe verantwortlich. 

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Scholz’ Sharp Learning Curve

Berlin is getting a lot of flak for appearing to be the West’s weakest link when it comes to dealing with Russia. But coalition cohesion is better than expected, and Scholz is ready to give his foreign policy a more definite shape.

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Berlin Cable
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A United Front on Russia Policy

The German government had seemed split on how to respond to another possible Russian invasion of Ukraine, including what role Nord Stream 2 should play. However, Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock have now made sure there’s clarity.

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Berlin Cable
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A Chance to Shine

The new German government has made an energetic start in foreign affairs. Chancellor Olaf Scholz and his ministers have a good chance to shine on the international stage, if they play their part in deterring Russia from another military attack.

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Berlin Cable
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Scholz Takes Charge

As Germany’s new chancellor prepares to be sworn in, the shape of his incoming government suggests that quite some change is in store for Germany’s European and foreign policy.

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Berlin Cable
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Operation Olaf

With strategic foresight and remarkable focus, the Social Democrats’ candidate Olaf Scholz is now leading the race to replace Angela Merkel. What to expect?

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Berlin Cable
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