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Who is Boris Johnson

By Paola Totaro (DW) London – A penchant for gaffes, extramarital affairs and fanning the flames of Euroscepticism. Who is the man who is set to become Britain’s next leader?

He has Turkish ancestry, was born in New York to English parents and spent a formative part of his childhood in Brussels, the son of an [...]

No Deal on Migrants

(WEBPUBLICA) New York – Interior ministers from across the European Union have failed to agree on temporary measures to manage increased migration across the Mediterranean. Officials have told DW that the future of the bloc is at stake, DW (Deutsche Welle) reported.
EU interior ministers meeting in Finland on Thursday failed to strike a stopgap deal to [...]

Turkish Democracy is Alive

Commentary by Erkan Arikan (DW) – The Turkish opposition’s victory over the ruling party in Istanbul’s rerun election is an important victory for democracy. It also sets the stage for a possible shift in the country’s politics, writes DW’s Erkan Arikan.

Ekrem Imamoglu from the opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) secured a clear victory over Binali [...]

Who Won EU Election

By Rikard Jozwiak (RFE) – BRUSSELS – European Union democracy is alive and kicking. That is the best takeaway from last night’s results in the European Parliament elections as the fear of a populist wave seems to have prompted people to go and vote and make history by increasing overall voter turnout for the first [...]

New Era For Macedonia

BIRN (Balkan News) SKOPJE, NORTHERN MACEDONIA - The results from Sunday’s second round of presidential elections in North Macedonia suggested that Stevo Pendarovski, the candidate supported by the country’s ruling parties, has won the election, after taking a firm lead against his rival, Gordana Siljanovska, who was backed by the main opposition VMRO DPMNE party.

After 96.87 percent of [...]

Italy – Sick Man of Europe

By Giulia Saudelli (DW) –Since the financial crisis, Italy has struggled to kick-start its growth, and is lagging behind its European neighbors. But the causes of the country’s malaise date back decades — and hope for change is meager.

Over the last decade, Italy has often been pinpointed as the “sick man in Europe,” a vulnerable [...]

Europe Should Change

By Kersten Knipp (DW) – Berlin - Ahead of the European elections in May, the EU is in the midst of its most radical crisis ever, warns Bulgarian political scientist Ivan Krastev. He says the bloc needs more courage and less German risk aversion.

DW: Your last book has an astonishing title: “After Europe”. Does that mean Europe [...]

Germany a Welfare State

By Kate Fergunson (DW) – In Germany, the willingness to pay for peace of mind dates back more than a century. But are today’s insurance companies equipped to allay the nation’s biggest fears? DW’s Kate Ferguson takes a closer look. For the last quarter of a century, German insurance group R&V has been conducting an annual [...]

20 Years of NATO Bombing

By David Phillips – The caller ID indicated that Richard Holbrooke was on the phone. Curious, I thought. Holbrooke was in Belgrade with Slobodan Milosevic negotiating the withdrawal of Serbian forces from Kosovo.
Holbrooke was on the tarmac in Belgrade. Negotiations had broken down and NATO would start bombing the next day.
My heart pounded. After ten [...]

Reform Catholic Church

By Cristoph Strack – Pope Francis once made George Pell one of the Vatican’s most powerful men. Now, the cardinal is headed to prison for sexual abuse. It is time for the Catholic Church to reform itself, says DW’s Christoph Strack.

Cardinal George Pell, the Vatican’s third-highest ranking official who once served as the pope’s finance [...]

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