Paul Hockenos

Berlin-based writer and editor

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Paul Hockenos is a Berlin-based writer and editor whose latest book, Berlin Calling: A Story of Anarchy, Music, the Wall and the Birth of the New Berlin, is due out in 2017.

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When a  lone gunman assassinated Russia's ambassador  to Turkey in a shocking public display at an Ankara photo exhibit yesterday, the international consequences were immediate.

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On his last visit to Germany as President, Barack Obama reassured Chancellor Angela Merkel: Donald Trump is committed to the NATO Alliance.

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