Beyond the glamour and fan adulation, African footballers in Europe struggle with adjusting to a new environment.
Several members were killed March 9, 2023, in Germany. Many people hold stereotypes about Jehovah’s Witnesses but are unfamiliar with their beliefs.
With Amazon facing worker battles in the UK, US and Germany, no wonder people worry about how technology is changing workplaces.
Hosting migrants isn’t only motivated by humanitarian reasons. In Germany immigration provides solutions to demographic and economic problems.
The Holocaust has become a contentious issue in Poland in recent years. And those challenging the government’s historical narrative have faced condemnation and lawsuits.
The mysterious QAnon network is becoming an international movement, and an estimated 22% of Americans back one of its core beliefs.
Insider politics: why Germany needed US tanks to be offered to Ukraine.
Germany’s dithering over whether to send tanks to Ukraine reflects deepening divisions in NATO over how involved it wants to get in the war. The West needs a clearer strategy.
Four-fifths of the first-generation Turkish men who came to Europe as guest-workers and ended up settling there lived below an income poverty line.
A group touting revisionist visions of German history wanted to install minor aristocrat Heinrich XIII as German leader.
With the discovery of several thousand new pages of Hegel’s lecture notes, fans are hoping his famously tricky philosophy may become easier to understand – this expert isn’t so sure.
Olaf Scholz is learning the difficulty of preaching the benefits of Chinese business to his government.
Liberal schools of thought largely inform how Muslims are viewed across Europe, research finds.
How political parties such as Fidesz, Brothers of Italy, and the National Rally form part of the European Parliament.
The so-called New Right is aiming for an ideological renewal of right-wing politics by focusing on cultural identity and the politics of belonging. Here’s why that’s so ominous.
France’s nuclear energy supply and public support schemes for households have in particular helped to limit the rise in prices.
Pipeline rupture may cause EU gas demand to peak sooner than expected.
Checks on information shared by politicians in Europe and the US showed those in the US shared more untrustworthy material.
On September 16 1992 the state fought the markets, and the markets won.
To think about new ways of transmitting science and to really innovate how we teach, the first step is creating an appropriate dialogue format. From there, everything becomes possible.