Germany is going to promote and protect industrial champions.
The Blinkist app from Germany sums up international bestsellers in a nutshell. The idea is particularly successful in North America.
DW's Hallie Rawlinson reports on her first time attending the Berlinale International Film Festival.
The Director of the German Emigration Center Bremerhaven Simone Eick explains, why and when Germans migrated to the US.
It is now 20 years since the Washington Principles were formulated covering art stolen by the Nazis being returned to its rightful owners. The Board of the German Lost Art Foundation take stock.
To mark the start of the Year of German-American Friendship, Americans and Germans consider the sheer diversity of the transatlantic relationship.
US author Nell Zink has lived in Germany for almost 20 years. She finds it good that the gap between different lifeworlds here is not so great.
Johannes Ebert, Goethe-Institut secretary general, talked to DW about what unites and separates Germans and Americans.
October sees the launch of the Year of German-American Friendship. A first impression of the programme was presented in Berlin – with a “WanderbUS”, pop-up institutes and prominent guests.
The German foreign minister has said it was high time that Europe reassessed its partnership with the US.