UNDP Administrator Achim Steiner explains in our interview how digitisation is driving forward sustainable development, though he also warns about data abuse.
The armies will have to tackle a staged cholera outbreak in Bavaria.
Heiko Maas has announced that he will travel to Tehran next week in an effort to salvage the Iran nuclear deal.
About 300 D-Day veterans attended a military event in Portsmouth to honor their comrades who landed in Normandy.
The United Nations and the European Union have cooperated in over 30 peacekeeping operations. A review.
Germany contributes to stabilisation and the provision of basic humanitarian services in crisis regions with numerous projects.
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The adoption of the Basic Law on 8 Mai 1949 marked a fresh start for Germany.
As a symbol of their cooperation, Paris and Berlin are "twinning" the UNSC chairship — but not for long.
Germany is highly active in crisis regions. Ekkehard Brose, Special Envoy for Crisis Prevention and Stabilization at Germany’s Federal Foreign Office, explains which issues are a particular focus.
Health, humanitarian affairs and human rights are the main topics at the UN centre in Geneva. Ambassador von Ungern-Sternberg talks about Germany’s responsibilities here.