Germany

Undefined
by

Are the German Greens compatible with Angela Merkel? How can we explain the success of the xenophobic ‘Alternative for Germany’ (AfD) party? And what awaits Europe in the year 2017? An interview with Ralf Fücks.

by

The chosen method - retention of two thirds of nuclear energy - is only at first sight incompatible with the idea of the German energy transition. The objective is strikingly similar.

Ceremony of opening of gasoline Nord Stream
by

The gas pipeline Nord Stream II should double the existing natural gas transport capacity from Russia to Germany via the Baltic Sea. Juraj Mesík explains why the Kremlin will be the biggest winner of this project.

 Gathering of opponents of the draft constitution close to the Presidential Palace
by

The German federal government sees Egypt as a state that can guarantee regional stability. But especially the support of the regime as-Sisi increases the instability in the region. It's time for a new approach to Egypt.

Whilst the French government focuses on military actions in dealing with the refugee crisis, these protestants in Toulouse demand more help for the refugees (September 5, 2015)
by

In France economic and social problems, terrorism and internal security are viewed as more important than the migrant crisis. Seeing the migrant flows as a result of conflicts in the Arab world they deal with the problem with military assistance.

by

Since the summer of 2015, Germany has been the target country for flows of refugees seeking sanctuary, mostly from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. The influx of refugees has entirely dominated the political and social debate.

East Side Gallery
by

Read Ralf Fücks opening speech for the conference 'The state of and outlook for the German-Israeli relationship' of the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Berlin, 29-30 April 2015.

 

What does Germany’s international responsibility mean?
by
We are Europe!

Young Voices from Germany, Greece, Italy and Portugal on the Situation Youth in Their Home Countries, the European Elections and What They Expect from the European Union.

Freiburg's light rail system

This article examines how German environmental policymaking over the last 40 years transformed Europe’s economic engine into the international driver of green growth.