Posts Tagged: Germany
Despite risks to domestic politics and local administration, Germany is opening its gates to vast numbers of refugees.
The German government has forgotten how much debt forgiveness contributed to its post-World War II economic success.
The U.S. Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage will bolster the work of human rights activists around the world. But it will also pose some challenges.
As Germany squeezes Greece, it’s in denial about the skimpy reparations it paid Greece for World War II.
Each year Conn Hallinan presents awards to individuals, companies and governments that make following the news a daily adventure.
East and West Germany were like a couple that had rushed into marriage with very little understanding of what it would be like to live together.
Like Lech Walesa and Vaclav Havel, Marina Grasse was an ordinary person transforming an East-Central European country.
Reporter David Crawford exposed the Stasi’s real estate assets, pensions, and the names of its agents working undercover.
Twenty years ago, the West German Greens and the East German citizen movements created a political alliance that continues to this day.
Tatjana Bohm: “There is this saying: ‘If you don’t fight back, if you don’t resist, you will end up in the kitchen.’”