Monday, July 22, 2019
Arts & Life
Germany’s greatest revolution, one hundred years ago
Daimler bends: How the automaker’s new CEO, Ola Källenius, intends to leads the company into the future
The US ridesharing company Uber is facing considerable resistance in Germany
The automotive industry is facing major challenges around the world. German carmakers have more to lose than most and are thus investing a great deal in securing its future.
Union Berlin is a soccer club of underdogs, but only the well-behaved, honest and open-minded kind
Facets of meaning abound – in an ever-changing city. The tale of Berlin today.
Konrad Wachsmann was a pioneer in industrial construction and a highly regarded architecture professor in the US
What does the “new man” look like? And how will this man live in the future? 100 years ago, the Bauhaus in Weimar began to revolutionize the world of design. A new museum spotlights its work
Who is John Maynard? For many Germans, the ballad of this heroic helmsman is inextricably linked to Lake Erie and the city of Buffalo. Its author, Theodor Fontane, was born two centuries ago this year.
China wants to consolidate its emergence as a world power based on the new supercontinent of Eurasia, as the US and the EU look on from the sidelines
The Germans know what they owe the Americans. But what does that mean for the future?
East Germans continue to talk about the indignities they suffered after 1989 while nurturing a victimization myth that absolves them of any responsibility
The “Wurst” is over: Berlin has emerged as a hot spot for vegetarian and vegan cuisine.
Realism, not sentimentality: We can’t act jointly with Trump, yet we can’t act alone without the US