How “raisin bombers” defended the freedom of West Berlin and laid the foundation for transatlantic friendship.
How can religions promote peace – and what role do women play in this? This is the subject of the Conference on the Responsibility of Religions for Peace.
Separate and yet partners: how the relationship between church and state is regulated in Germany.
Germany is applying for a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council. deutschland.de explains why the candidature is so important.
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.
Having your say and shaping the world! How the student Lukas Schlapp wants to use the opportunity of a speech before the United Nations.
French President Emmanuel Macron's office has hailed a "first answer" to his EU reform plans from Angela Merkel.
Hope returns with the peacekeepers: how the German lawyer Cornelia Schneider helps people in crisis areas to find justice.
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.