Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on Germany’s challenges in the United Nations Security Council, the heart of the international order.
How can crises be permanently overcome? What role does multilateralism play? An interview with Christoph Heusgen, Germany’s ambassador to the UN.
The global liberal order is fragmenting, but who can fit the pieces together again?
In a DW exclusive interview, Munich Security Conference chairman Ischinger stressed the importance of multilateralism.
Forty heads of government are coming to the security conference in Munich, more than ever before. Why this meeting is so important.
Recruiting EU citizens to fill vacancies within Germany's armed forces has been floated by its top officer.
The UN migration pact is not legally binding, but could become international standard.
The EU is assuming ever greater responsibility in crisis and conflict regions. And it has laid the foundation for a defence union.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has said Germany will stop exporting weapons to Saudi Arabia, at least for now.
An unprecedented historical process, the end of division and coming to terms with the past.
If two parties quarrel, a third one helps: how Germany uses its strengths in peace mediation.