Brexit marks the chance for a new beginning. The chairmen of the Foreign Affairs Comittes of the Bundestag and the House of Commons make the case for a German-British Friendship Treaty. A guest column.
The annihilation of the Jews in Auschwitz was perpetrated by Germans and Austrians. But it also happened because Europe und the United States did not care. What does this mean for the fight against Anti-Semitism today?
Apple's CEO allows a glimpse into his Munich design lab. Tim Cook swears by his German engineers, his upcoming streaming offer Apple TV+ and has certain starting difficulties with only one more thing in Germany.
The undeclared war keeps million residents de facto hostages in their own country. Ukraine’s newly elected president Zelenskyy has made alleviating thir suffering a top priority. Western partners can do a lot to help, and they should immediately. A guest contribution.
In spite of legal hurdles the director of the ECB might be the successor of Mario Draghi. He rejects the hopes of many banks that the ECB’s negative interest rate will be mitigated. The Frenchman believes that economic growth will only return on one condition.
For a long time the German government did not have a certain line in foreign and security policy debates. But in times of ongoing epochal shifts in geopolitics a clear opinion is neccessary. A guest article by Wolfgang Ischinger.
The second summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ended without any deal or agreement. After that Jong-un apparently started rebuilding key missile-test facilities. A North Korean Missile Program’s threat level evaluation.