Recent conflict between the US and Germany over troop pullout has become a focus of global opinion.
Germans have readily admitted that the country has not spent enough on defence over the past few decades. And it is clear that this is directly linked to German history.
I can assure you that the pain of understanding yourself through the gaze of whites is double-edged.
As Black Lives Matter protests persist worldwide and a German study reveals that discrimination against people based on their ethnic origin has increased. The report warns of serious consequences for society.
Can Germany have and pursue its own interests? The answer from Washington seems clear: only with the blessing of the US government.
Germany grants Cambodia $14.6 m to support social development interventions.
The US president apparently wants to punish Germany for, in his view, not spending enough on its own defence.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino said on Tuesday that footballers in Germany calling for justice for George Floyd during matches deserve applause rather than sanctions.
German FA says they were forced to investigate players protested against racism.
Prominent German politicians have called for brothels to be closed indefinitely, extending their temporary closure because of Coronavirus restrictions.
German prosecutors have formally named a suspect with known ties to the “Fancy Bear” hacker group that has worked with Russian intelligence services and also established that Merkel’s own local constituency office data was compromised.
VIENNA () – the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, the government in Vienna told media on Wednesday.
If you cannot currently travel to Germany, Germany will just have to come to you: With compliments from the kitchen! This time a specialty from Bremen.
Germany’s top court will rule on mass bond-buying by the European Central Bank, a tool the Frankfurt institution has deployed like never before to cushion the impact of the Coronavirus.
The morning drills outside the barracks now take place not shoulder-to-shoulder, but spaced-out, with two-metre gaps.
The German government switched to backing a Coronavirus-tracing app.
Parts of Europe hit hard by the deadly coronavirus pandemic took tentative steps towards resuming normal lives on Monday, with Germany allowing some shops to reopen and Norway restarting nurseries.
Now the country’s leaders have decided it is time to come out of isolation but the contact ban will remain in place until at least May 3.
A recent poll shows that Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives have seen a spike in popularity as Germany battles the Coronavirus pandemic.
A Berlin city official accuses Washington of “modern-day piracy” as competition for protective gear against the coronavirus heats up.
This year’s motto for the International Weeks Against Racism is: “Show your face – raise your voice.” I am hoping this appeal is aimed squarely at the silent majority.
At least nine people are killed in shootings targeting shisha bars in Germany.
Next year, Germans will go to the polls to replace Merkel. The Greens are marching under the banner of “Never Again!” and attempting to attach the Nazi label to the rival FDP.
Members of a far-right group arrested in Germany as part of a massive counter-terrorism investigation were planning large-scale attacks on mosques.
The dwindling support for Merkel and the departure of Kramp-Karrenbauer as the CDU’s leader does not bode well for political stability in Germany.
– New orders at German industrial firms slid in December, official data showed yesterday, driven entirely by plunging demand from the country’s eurozone neighbours.
Germany to provide $1 million in aid to support demining the northwest.
Last year, a man attacked a synagogue with an automatic rifle in Halle on the holiest day in Judaism, anti-Semitic jokes are becoming the norm again, and “Jew” has once again become a slur.
The opposition in Germany has it easy: It can simply insist that Chancellor Angela Merkel get down to brass tacks with Turkey’s strongman president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
So how likely are the resolutions made in Berlin to have real success? The international lust for Libyan gas and oil will remain. However, it’s above all in the interest of the Europeans that diplomacy prevails in Libya.