French President Emmanuel Macron's office has hailed a "first answer" to his EU reform plans from Angela Merkel.
The European Union can also be discovered in Berlin. The “Tour d’Europe” gives school students the chance to experience politics at first hand.
The German Basic Law came into effect in 1949. It was originally designed as a provisional constitution. Five questions and answers.
For Europe Day: what you should know about Germany’s role in Europe and in the EU.
Europa is now better prepared against financial crises, says Italian economist Ester Faia, professor at Goethe-Universität Frankfurt. But what about Brexit?
Protest against everything - 1968 was a turning point in the history of the Federal Republic. The revolutionary spirit is still active today.
The myth of “1968”: many interpretations lead astray. What the 68ers really wanted and what distinguishes them from today’s protest movements.
What does Europe’s future look like – and will we see more or less solidarity? We visit experts in Frankfurt/Main.
«Enough is enough»: Germany’s Jews call for solidarity after the attack on an Israeli in Berlin.
What tasks are the governmental agencies and offices responsible for in Germany and in Europe? Here you will find links to the state, politics and democracy. And you can also contact public authorities and take advantage of services for the citizens.
Israel is celebrating the 70th anniversary of its independence. German Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Federal Foreign Minister Heiko Maas deliver their congratulations and take the opportunity to look back on German-Israeli relations.