James Carstensen

James Carstensen

* Düsseldorf, Germany


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James Carstensen

James Carstensen is an Australian journalist based in Düsseldorf, Germany, covering geopolitics, international trade, markets news from Germany and Europe. 

Having lived and worked in five countries, and with a background as a consultant in academic writing, business analysis and international law, he brings his investigative legal and research skills to his writing.

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After the first Islamic terror attacks hit Germany, Merkel stood firm in her conviction: "wir schaffen das" (“we can do it”), but not all agree.


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When then Turkish PM Ahmet Davutoglu, who was seen as more liberal and pro-Western than President Erdogan, stepped down, uncertainty surrounded future relations between Turkey and the West. Unlike Erdogan, Davutoglu held a much more E.U.-inclusive view and as such, was seen as the key mediator between Turkey and the E.U., personally brokering the migrant agreement with Merkel.


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A front page report on the bombings that shook Brussels, with at least 34 people killed and more than 180 injured.


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