Diane Kruger and Fatih Akin were honoured in Beverly Hills with the Golden Globe for “In the Fade” as the best foreign-language movie.
Frederik Pleitgen, reporter for US broadcaster CNN, talks about how Americans perceive Germany and why he struggles with fake news.
These are the first scholarship holders to move into the Thomas Mann House in Los Angeles.
Migration and education opportunities: How pupils in the USA and Latin America immerse themselves in German politics in a public speaking competition.
Benno Dorer is one of the most popular CEOs in the States. And other German bosses are also very successful at large American corporations.
Germany is taking part in the celebrations marking Canada’s 150th anniversary with a series of events entitled “Germany @ Canada 2017”.
From analysing the oceans to autonomous flight: The “German Canadian Concourse” symposium format relies on Transatlantic networking.
From student exchange through to business issues: three young views on transatlantic relations.
Extraordinary training: The German-Canadian research and training experience programme “ArcTrain” enables interdisciplinary research into climate change and the future of the Arctic.
The Deutsche Welle “Freedom of Speech Award” goes to the “White House Correspondents’ Association.”
The Dresden Symphonic Orchestra is playing at the border between Mexico and the USA – a statement on diversity and openness.
Donald Trump’s attitude at the G7 summit in Taormina, Italy, caused disappointment in Germany. The US positions above all on climate change and migration issues are controversial. Reactions in Germany.