More than ever, the German public's distaste for military intervention abroad is shaping policy.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has arrived in China on a two-day official visit. In a DW interview, China expert Moritz Rudolf discusses Germany's China policy and bilateral relations.
The German chancellor is likely to press her Turkish counterpart on the EU migrant deal as world leaders discuss aid issues. "Doctors Without Borders" (MSF) has pulled out of the conference, saying it will be inadequate.
Global economic woes and China's claims to the South China Sea have set the tone at the G7 summit in Japan. Overshadowing the annual event is a planned visit to Hiroshima by US President Barack Obama.
US President Barack Obama has emphasized the importance of a united and prosperous Europe for the whole world in a speech in Hanover. He called on the EU to reject moves toward nationalism.
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