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No ‘us’ in Brexit : Dear Brits, please stay! Love, Germany

No ‘us’ in Brexit

Dear Brits, please stay! Love, Germany

Some of Germany’s most-powerful, including Merkel’s heir apparent, linked up on Friday hoping to change Britain’s mind and keep the country in the EU.

By Andrew Bulkeley

Diplomatic failings: New Iranian spy case snares a German army translator

Diplomatic failings

New Iranian spy case snares a German army translator

Tehran's secret agents have been caught operating in Germany no less than three times in the past two years. The CIA reportedly tipped off army intelligence officials about a mole in their midst.

By Andrew Bulkeley

Missed opportunity: Germany wasting potential of its migrants

Missed opportunity

Germany wasting potential of its migrants

The country is good at integrating migrants into its labor market, but fails to exploit their skills because many German employers don't recognize foreign qualifications.

By Frank Specht

‘Test case’: Blow to AfD as German domestic security places it under scrutiny

‘Test case’

Blow to AfD as German domestic security places it under scrutiny

The Alternative for Germany faces investigation by the country’s intelligence agency for posing a potential threat to the constitution. The move could hurt the populist party’s chances in a series of elections this year.

By Dietmar Neuerer, Frank Specht

Green sacrifices: Upcoming climate bill will be hard on Germany's wallet

Green sacrifices

Upcoming climate bill will be hard on Germany's wallet

After falling short on earlier CO2 targets, Germany now wants to make these goals legally binding. Achieving them won't come cheap.

By Daniel Delhaes, Silke Kersting, Klaus Stratmann

Data Leak: Germany’s answer to hacking: More legislation, more rules, more infighting

Data Leak

Germany’s answer to hacking: More legislation, more rules, more infighting

After hundreds of public figures were hacked, Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp is coming under scrutiny again. Politicians are demanding better authentication and interoperability for messaging services.

By Dietmar Neuerer

The bully in Berlin: Letters from US ambassador to German firms not threats, just a ‘clear message’

The bully in Berlin

Letters from US ambassador to German firms not threats, just a ‘clear message’

The US ambassador wrote to German companies involved in the Nord Stream 2 project threatening sanctions. The foreign ministry advised companies not to respond.

By Jürgen Flauger, Moritz Koch

Threatening Sanctions: US Ambassador Richard Grenell's letter in full

Threatening Sanctions

US Ambassador Richard Grenell's letter in full

The US ambassador to Berlin wrote to energy companies involved in building a new gas pipeline from Russia to Germany. Here is the text.

Design for living: The Bauhaus, 100 years on

Design for living

The Bauhaus, 100 years on

This year marks the centennial of the legendary design school of the interwar years. But amid the celebrations, there is confusion about its authentic legacy.

By Matthias Streit

Standing up to China: Brussels urged to allow European ‘champion’ firms to emerge

Standing up to China

Brussels urged to allow European ‘champion’ firms to emerge

Wary of Beijing’s intentions, German business is pressing the EU to loosen competition rules to boost its corporate might against Chinese rivals.

By Handelsblatt staff

Robert Habeck: How a successful novelist became a successful Green Party politician

Robert Habeck

How a successful novelist became a successful Green Party politician

Now co-head of the Green Party, the politician was once living the author's life in a grassy north German village.

By Andrew Bulkeley

Frank Magnitz: AfD sees itself as victim of incitement after attack on lawmaker

Frank Magnitz

AfD sees itself as victim of incitement after attack on lawmaker

The far-right Alternative for Germany party, often accused of fomenting hatred, is seizing on sympathy for the assault. Bremen police say it wasn't as brutal as the party claims.

By Christian Rothenberg, David Crossland

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