Spoiler: NetzDG does not cover all hate speech and probably won't have a 'chilling effect' on users.
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Under an authoritarian government, freedoms can come at a steep – and lasting – price.
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As the UK and US retreat from the global scene, Germany is ready to step up to preserve the liberal international order and is seeking a seat on the UN Security Council.
The German approach to refugees is becoming increasingly binary: if you are not a refugee, you must leave; if you are a refugee, you must integrate.
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The unique role of the temperance movement in US history might explain why, when it comes to Americans' tastes, bland beer is still king.
The SPD is in government with Angela Merkel again after signing a coalition deal. But life has been harder for the social democrats.
Refugees hold religious prejudices against each other too – separating them by religion is not the answer.
Martin Schulz could face a major backlash from his own party after breaking his promise not to enter government with Angela Merkel's CDU again.
Germany's Social Democrat Party leadership voted in favour of a new coalition with Angela Merkel's block – but it's far from plain sailing ahead.
In mid-2015 the German Foreign Office after decades of denial seemingly acceded, in a very informal way, to labelling what had happened in South West Africa as genocide, is now backtracking.
Germany's foreign minister could take a page from Chrystia Freeland's playbook on how his country should manage foreign policy in the Donald Trump era.
The issue of whether to allow refugees to bring their close family to Germany has been a sticking point in coalition negotiations.
Martin Schulz has said he'd rather go back into opposition than agree to another grand coalition. But is that sensible?
Responses to the recent discovery of a Nazi swastika raise some awkward questions.
The parliamentary arithmetic suggests Merkel would actually be in quite a stable position if she goes it alone, without calling fresh elections.
German chancellor is running out of options to form a viable government.