The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed 70 years ago. What has improved in the meantime, and which challenges still remain.
Five facts you should know about Nuremberg and its historical legacy.
Why Germany is such a strong supporter of the controversial International Criminal Court
„I want to make a fresh start“. Julius Eche is a migrant who once had high hopes and dreams of working in Germany.
The economist Gabriel Felbermayr talks about European integration, the trade dispute with the USA and Chinese investments in Germany.
The governments of Germany and France have taken a harsh line against the US president.Präsident Trump und den übrigen Teilnehmern schärfer.
A new survey shows: Germany is highly regarded among Canadians, who particularly appreciate the country’s role in the refugee crisis.
New non permanent members are to be elected soon to the UN’s most important body. In New York, Foreign Minister Maas has been spelling out why Germany is the right candidate at this juncture.
The Open Society Foundations is considering closing its Budapest branch to move to Berlin.
Germany is committed to strengthening human rights. How successful is it in this endeavour? Photo artists offer answers.
What is next with regard to transatlantic relations? The political expert Cathryn Clüver Ashbrook on new foreign policy possibilities.