“Europe must play an active role in the world,” says Foreign Minister Heiko Maas.
Italian economist Simone Romano criticises how the classical parties have responded to the crisis and warns of the consequences this has for the EU.
One of the most powerful women in the world governs Germany. Does that mean German politics has a high proportion of women? Here are the figures.
Can an entire city go on tour? Hamburg can! “Hamburg on Tour” delighted Londoners with an extraordinary festival.
Researchers in eastern Germany want to transform environmentally harmful plastic into a valuable raw material.
Integrating refugees: This is how German towns and cities are succeeding.
How “clever” do cities need to be to meet the challenges of the future? International visitors familiarise themselves with German smart city projects.
Everybody wants Europe, says political scientist Ulrike Guérot. The question is, though: Which? She personally advocates the “European Republic”.
The economist Gabriel Felbermayr talks about European integration, the trade dispute with the USA and Chinese investments in Germany.
Founded by George Soros, the Open Society Foundations are moving their Hungarian office to Berlin. How it came about and what it means.
As cabaret artist Steffen Möller lives part of the year in Germany and part in Poland he is familiar with relations between the two countries and the influence the weather has on them.