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Farmer sues German energy giant over melting Peruvian glaciers - World News
Farmer sues German energy giant over melting Peruvian glaciers 13 days ago
A German court will decide Thursday whether to hear a Peruvian farmer's case against energy giant RWE over climate change damage in the Andes.
Stuttgart 21 rail project to cost an extra billion euros -World News
Stuttgart 21 rail project to cost an extra billion euros 13 days ago
The controversial Stuttgart 21 train project will now cost more and be completed later.
AfD meet for party congress trying to capitalize on Merkel’s woes -World News
AfD meet for party congress trying to capitalize on Merkel’s woes 13 days ago
The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) gathers Saturday for a special meeting looking for ways to make the most of the political impasse that has left Chancellor Angela Merkel hamstrung.
German Election 2017: How the AfD Steamrolled the CDU and SPD -World News
German Election 2017: How the AfD Steamrolled the CDU and SPD 13 days ago
Angela Merkel may have been re-elected, but the chancellor faces a tough road ahead: Big setbacks for her conservatives combined with a strong right-wing populist showing and what promises to be an unwieldy governing coalition will test the country's poli
Democracy at Stake: Germany's Slide to the Right -World News
Democracy at Stake: Germany's Slide to the Right 13 days ago
Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats lost massive support in Sunday's parliamentary election while the right-wing populist performed better than expected. What happens now?
They're Here: How the AfD Steamrolled Germany's Mainstream Parties -World News
They're Here: How the AfD Steamrolled Germany's Mainstream Parties 13 days ago
Angela Merkel may have been re-elected to a fourth term in office, but the chancellor faces a tough road ahead: Significant setbacks for her conservatives combined with a strong right-wing populist showing and what promises to be an unwieldy governing coa
Unwanted Colleagues: Other Parties Mull Best Way To Deal with AfD -World News
Unwanted Colleagues: Other Parties Mull Best Way To Deal with AfD 13 days ago
The populist Alternative for Germany will soon be entering the country's parliament. It's a breakthrough for the far-right and the end of an era. The question now is whether lawmakers should sideline them -- or will that just make a difficult situation wo
Merkel's Challenge: Can Germany Make an Unwieldy Coalition Work? -World News
Merkel's Challenge: Can Germany Make an Unwieldy Coalition Work? 13 days ago
With the Social Democrats uninterested in governing with Angela Merkel again, the chancellor is faced with the prospect of assembling a coalition involving four different political parties. The challenges are significant. By DER SPIEGEL Staff
Seven Months with Martin Schulz: The Anatomy of a Failed Campaign -World News
Seven Months with Martin Schulz: The Anatomy of a Failed Campaign 13 days ago
When he first announced his candidacy, ex-European Parliament President Martin Schulz rocketed upward in the opinion polls. But his slide was just as dramatic. DER SPIEGEL was with him throughout and provides a unique look from the inside of his doomed ef
Countering the Populists: Merkel Moves Left to Disarm the Right -World News
Countering the Populists: Merkel Moves Left to Disarm the Right 13 days ago
Angela Merkel's response to the rise of the far-right AfD is to shift her party further to the left and position herself as the social conscience of the new coalition. But within her party, many have doubts about the strategy.
Joschka Fischer on Rise of the AfD: 'We Know How This Movie Ends' -World News
Joschka Fischer on Rise of the AfD: 'We Know How This Movie Ends' 13 days ago
Former German foreign minister and Green Party veteran Joschka Fischer speaks to DER SPIEGEL about the threat posed by the right-wing populist party AfD and the prospects of the country's next government.
Right-Wing Unpopulists: Germany's AfD Struggling to Find Staffers in Berlin -World News
Right-Wing Unpopulists: Germany's AfD Struggling to Find Staffers in Berlin 13 days ago
The Alternative for Germany managed to make its way into German parliament. But now, the right-wing populists are struggling to find experienced staffers willing to work for them. The party has turned to headhunters and "bounties" to fill the gap.
Germany's Next Government: Coalition Talks Hit Finance Ministry Snag -World News
Germany's Next Government: Coalition Talks Hit Finance Ministry Snag 13 days ago
The business-friendly Free Democrats want the Finance Ministry, but Merkel's conservatives don't want to let it go. Now, plans are afoot to shrink its powers if the FDP insists. The disagreement could torpedo coalition talks.
Hot Air in Germany: Coalition Talks Stalling on Climate Targets -World News
Hot Air in Germany: Coalition Talks Stalling on Climate Targets 13 days ago
Germany is way behind on its emissions reduction goals, but coalition talks currently underway in Berlin aren't likely to help. Instead of embracing the shift to renewables as an economic opportunity, wariness of future technologies remains.
Wolfgang Kubicki on Tax Havens: 'We Can Solve the Problem Unilaterally' -World News
Wolfgang Kubicki on Tax Havens: 'We Can Solve the Problem Unilaterally' 13 days ago
Wolfgang Kubicki of the business-friendly Free Democrats could end up being Germany's next finance minister. He spoke with DER SPIEGEL about what should be done about tax havens in the EU and further afield.
A Country, Still Divided: Why Is the Former East Germany Tilting Populist? -World News
A Country, Still Divided: Why Is the Former East Germany Tilting Populist? 13 days ago
The Berlin Wall fell 28 years ago, yet vast divisions remain between the former East and West of the country. In the recent election, the populist AfD party did particularly well in the eastern states. But why? By DER SPIEGEL staff
Germany's Next Government: Coalition Talks Go Into Overtime -World News
Germany's Next Government: Coalition Talks Go Into Overtime 13 days ago
Exploratory talks on forming a new government were supposed to have finished in Berlin on Thursday night. Instead, they have hit a wall, with parties continuing to squabble over key issues. Whether or not Angela Merkel can put together an alliance and ave
The Future of the SPD: Martin Schulz Faces a Fight for Survival -World News
The Future of the SPD: Martin Schulz Faces a Fight for Survival 13 days ago
Germany's Social Democrats had a grim result in this year's federal elections. Now chancellor candidate Martin Schulz is battling for re-election as SPD chairman. His quest isn't just about power, it's also about his legacy.
Collapsed Coalition Talks: What's Next for Merkel and Germany? -World News
Collapsed Coalition Talks: What's Next for Merkel and Germany? 13 days ago
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's attempts to assemble a governing coalition collapsed on Sunday night. Much of the blame is falling on the shoulders of the business-friendly Free Democrats, but what happens next?
German Meltdown: Everyone Loses in Coalition Collapse -World News
German Meltdown: Everyone Loses in Coalition Collapse 13 days ago
After the collapse of the German coalition talks, the blame game has already begun. Yet all the parties bear responsibility for how the negotiations failed.
Coalition Talks Collapse: Germany Wins, Merkel Loses -World News
Coalition Talks Collapse: Germany Wins, Merkel Loses 13 days ago
The collapse of coalition negotiations in Berlin is a win for political clarity in Germany. The parties involved would hardly have been able to govern effectively together. But it marks the end of Chancellor Merkel's style of governing.
Collapse: Germany Seeks to Pick Up the Pieces -World News
Collapse: Germany Seeks to Pick Up the Pieces 13 days ago
With coalition talks having collapsed, the country and the continent are now wondering what happens next. Blame is being heaped on the FDP, but the party could end up suffering mightily. Germany and Europe, meanwhile, are the biggest losers. By DER SPIEGE
Germany, Democracy and the World: The End of the End of History -World News
Germany, Democracy and the World: The End of the End of History 13 days ago
The collapse of coalition talks in Berlin are far from a national crisis. But it is symptomatic. It is time for German politicians to realize what is at stake for their country and the rest of the Western world.
Educators: Germany should invest in teaching before tech -World News
Educators: Germany should invest in teaching before tech 13 days ago
Some German schools are lucky to have a single computer in classrooms; others boast all the latest gadgets. Researchers for Bertelsmann have called for bigger investments in tech, but some teachers strongly disagree.
Migrants in Germany are at a disadvantage -World News
Migrants in Germany are at a disadvantage 13 days ago
A recent report by the German Federal Statistical Office shows that in terms of education, employment and income levels, those with a migration background are much worse off than those without.