The Economist has released a Germany special report, which presents timely insights ahead of President Obama’s visit to Germany this week.
As President Barack Obama prepares for his visit, German officials are turning up the heat on the U.S. over its Internet surveillance. However, the interrogation will go both directions, as President Obama has questions of his own for Angela Merkel and one of Europe’s most powerful countries.
The Economist’s in-depth Germany Special Report offers insights on the state of affairs in Germany that will be centerpiece discussions between these two world leaders:
The Economist concludes that, “By 2020 Germany will have many more skilled migrants, and more women will be in the workplace. It will become more of a modern European melting pot. So the best reason to be hopeful is that thought the future of Europe will be made in Germany, the future of Germany will also be made in Europe.”
The above was sent to me by the by Natalie Kitson for the Economist.
Here is my reply:
In this news summary, The Economist writes:
“Violence flared on Israel’s borders. Israel and the Lebanese militia, Hizbullah, fought their fiercest border duel for years. And Israel sent special forces back into the Gaza Strip to kill Palestinians firing rockets into southern Israel.”
What is the problem with what The Economist writes? Everything.