Sunday, July 12, 2020
Arts & Life
And the border guard wept: How we came to film the decisive moments of the fall of the Wall at Bornholmer Straße
What should Europe do with its captured IS militants?
The Germans know what they owe the Americans. But what does that mean for the future?
Philip D. Murphy
With America-at-Large in retreat, look to America’s states for leadership
German and US companies are among the most important foreign investors in each other’s markets. A trade war is bad for everyone
Germany and the US need to talk. Why a new trans-Atlantic exchange offers a unique opportunity to do so.
Why modern wars never end. Violence has morphed from a political instrument into an economic resource, but this is only one of five reasons for today’s never-ending conflicts
Bayer’s purchase of Monsanto is giving the aspirin makers a big headache
Swimming to Berlin: Their heroic flight from war-torn Syria made the Mardini sisters, Yusra and Sarah, famous all over the world.
Chimera: The hegemonic transition to China
Sunset in the east – The culture of the GDR is fading with time
Trump’s offer to buy Greenland is a sign that an ecologically destabilized Arctic could become the theater of a new Cold War
BACK ON CENTER STAGE
Front runner: Biking the Iron Curtain from the Arctic to the Black Sea
After five years as director of the Jewish Museum Berlin, Peter Schäfer is throwing in the towel
Brexit may actually strengthen the EU
The conundrum of the Washington-Tehran stalemate