Germany's population is shrinking. Immigration could make up for that - right? A population researcher explains why this is not so simple.
The topic of asylum occupies Germany. The social psychologist Harald Welzer on a debate that has changed the social climate.
Big cities are thriving and villages are dying out? The situation is not quite that simple. Here are some facts and trends about urban and rural living in Germany.
How is Germany dealing with its past? International visitors trace German 20th-century history.
Founded by George Soros, the Open Society Foundations are moving their Hungarian office to Berlin. How it came about and what it means.
As cabaret artist Steffen Möller lives part of the year in Germany and part in Poland he is familiar with relations between the two countries and the influence the weather has on them.
Housing is becoming scarce and expensive. Cities with the highest rents, and how the state is promoting housing development.
Christian, Moslem, Jew – or atheist? In Germany, people are free to believe whatever they choose. We talked to young people about their religion.
Isabella Teufel is a waitress in Berlin. Why she loves her job – and what waiters and surgeons have in common.
You’ve just heard the news. You feel excited, terrified, overjoyed, and anxious. Your life is about to change.
Janine Sommer operates on cats, sometimes even on the kitchen table. She explains why she finds the job so tiring – but also fulfilling.