The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe appears to be on its last legs.
Fewer than a quarter of once-colonized countries make official government-to-government requests for an apology or reparations.
10,000 children, from mostly Jewish families, were saved from the Nazis by the Kindertransport visa-waiver scheme, which started in 1938.
If this case succeeds, it could set a precedent to hold major polluters responsible for the effects of climate change – even on the other side of the world.
Witchcraft is an enduring source of fascination but also prone to popular misconceptions.
Gains in Bavaria and Hesse mark new territory for a radical-right party that once only really enjoyed support in one region.
The Biden Administration’s signature climate legislation is unleashing a wave of clean energy investment, along with some opportunities and risks for countries like Australia.
A silent German film from 1918 was one of cinema’s first dramatic presentations of queer love. Over a century later, and the story of love in a hostile social environment still resounds.
Clashes at a huge coal mine were the latest episode in a long struggle.
For President Zelenskyy and Ukraine’s citizens, the country’s quest for NATO and EU membership is about security – and identity.
While EU countries are capable of initiating strong joint actions, a divide is emerging between countries with very different, even antagonistic, decarbonisation strategies.
Far-right party Alternative for Germany is leading opinion polls in parts of the country and could pose a major threat in regional contests that lie ahead.
The major deal for Boxer armored fighting vehicles matters to both Australia and Germany individually – and also to the countries’ growing relationship.
A survey of nearly 900 politicians in Germany, Switzerland, Belgium and Canada reveals that they systematically overestimate their electorate’s conservatism on a range of issues.
Unlike a human editor, AI cannot explain their decisions or reasoning in a meaningful way. This can be a problem in a field where accountability and transparency are important.
Only in the past few years have the stories and experiences of trans people in Nazi Germany come to light.
Little-known documents and scientific detective work helped pinpoint the origin of lager.
Weiss witnessed atrocities in Germany and South Africa and railed against them, becoming a towering figure as a writer and poet.
Expulsion of the German ambassador could be a way of warning other embassies, especially France, to steer clear of Chadian politics and support for the opposition.
Plans by European states to outsource their asylum procedures to African states often fail and don’t offer political alternatives to asylum in Europe.