The EU is investing one billion Euros in a project for supercomputers. With good reason.
Facts instead of prejudices and assumptions: How a new federal institute seeks to contribute to the successful integration of migrants.
Preserve peace – by not forgetting wars – 100 years after the First World War young people are shaping a vibrant culture of remembrance.
At a citizens’ dialogue event the Federal Chancellor answers people’s questions and explains what Europe means to her.
The elections to the European Parliament in May 2019 will determine the future direction of the EU. A great deal is at stake for Europe.
The Saarland’s “France Strategy” is considered truly exemplary within the EU. Roland Theis explains the strategy’s goals – which prioritise multilingualism.
Europe needs the strong leadership duo of Germany and France – will the two countries take up the challenge?
Will there be an agreement at the last minute or a hard Brexit? The most important facts on this subject.
“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.