One of Washington’s closest allies in a fractured Europe struggles to adapt to the Trump administration’s unpredictable policy moves.
Germany’s top news magazine reckons with a star reporter’s brazen lies in the age of fake news.
Why is a relatively straightforward multilateral agreement that has no legal standing causing such controversy?
When Christian Democrats choose a new party chair on Friday, they have to decide whether the CDU needs change after Merkel’s 18 years of leadership.
“Right now we have almost-daily U.S. coverage on Trump and everything that’s connected to him.”
At a press conference following her party’s disappointing showing in state elections in Bavaria and Hesse, Merkel announced what Germans long expected—that her centrist reign will come to an end.
“Warsaw is a kind of laboratory in which PiS tries to replicate its success.”
The 32-year-old Austrian chancellor’s strategy is inspiring conservative parties in Europe.
The country’s spy chief lost his job after undermining the government’s view of the anti-immigrant protests in Chemnitz—only to be promoted to a higher position.
The Social Democrats staved off the worst in Sunday’s elections. But with their base cracking and right-wing populism on the rise, an ominous future lies ahead.
It’s always awkward when he meets with Angela Merkel.
A lesson from Germany
With authoritarianism on the rise, does an independent media have a future?
How does a Jupiterian president keep his grassroots movement alive?
The opposition parties seeking to oust Viktor Orbán could have a chance in Sunday’s election—if they could just get along.
They can’t find jobs, and the centrist parties have failed them, opening space for the populists.
Germany’s far-right AfD party is still learning to govern. But it has already changed how Berlin does business.
In the country’s parliamentary elections this weekend, anti-establishment parties are getting a major boost from web sites trafficking in sensationalizing stories.
By turning the People’s Party into a vocal anti-immigrant force, Sebastian Kurz remade it in his own image.
How a prominent GOP-linked political firm engineered the AfD’s strategy