Mittelstands have long histories and local roots. Will those proud qualities see them through the COVID-19 crisis?
The U.S is threatening further sanctions against the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline linking Russia and Germany.
Delays in the European Commission’s procurement of vaccine is tempering Germany’s enthusiasm for the European Union.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel concluded an EU business deal with China just before the new year that could disadvantage the U.S.
As the German leader approaches the end of her long tenure in office, we assess her achievements and the challenges facing her country after her departure.
"We all started to realize that life was just going to be different."
Many Eastern Germans celebrate freedom but mourn the loss of economic security.
On the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, we're contrasting that economic picture with the steep economic division in the U.S. today.
After the Berlin Wall came down, the German government poured billions in to the Eastern states. Was the money well spent?
In 1989, Germany was divided by much more than a concrete wall: West and East were separated by stark economic differences.