The elections to the European Parliament in May 2019 will determine the future direction of the EU. A great deal is at stake for Europe.
The Saarland’s “France Strategy” is considered truly exemplary within the EU. Roland Theis explains the strategy’s goals – which prioritise multilingualism.
Europe needs the strong leadership duo of Germany and France – will the two countries take up the challenge?
Will there be an agreement at the last minute or a hard Brexit? The most important facts on this subject.
“Europe must play an active role in the world,” says Foreign Minister Heiko Maas.
Holding her father’s hand as they walk past burning synagogues – in our interview Charlotte Knobloch explains how she experienced Kristallnacht.
It is now 80 years since Kristallnacht – the Night of Broken Glass – and memories are gradually fading. Experts warn against letting this happen.
The Internet knows no limits. These are the keys points of German foreign policy in the digital age.
One of the most powerful women in the world governs Germany. Does that mean German politics has a high proportion of women? Here are the figures.
Gender equality in Germany and why the new feminism is by no means hostile to men.
Women in Germany have had the right to vote for 100 years. Why they nevertheless sometimes cast their vote less often than men, and what parties they prefer.