Germany’s elections show that there's space for centrist politics to grow — and why America's two-party system might be holding it back.
With Poland emerging as an economic powerhouse, eastern Germans — who feel neglected by Berlin — are looking east for their economic future.
Quarantines, canceled sailings and worries over infection are weighing on a $45 billion industry.
This version of Germany’s famous cake — the original recipe — is super fresh and also super potent.
Thirty years ago, the Berlin Wall came crashing down.
Two towns separated by 100 miles — one, Germany's first energy self-sufficient community and the other in coal country — capture the sharpening divide over the country's clean energy future.
Zwickau’s fortunes have shifted with the fall of the wall … and now the fall of the traditional car.
Bremen — Germany’s second-smallest state — is wealthy.
From the Deutsche Bahn to Mercedes, Baden-Württemberg is fueling its economy through migrant labor, and killing support for the far-right.
The German auto giant’s Wolfsburg plant, the world’s largest factory, produces many more wursts than cars.
The Southeast Asian nation is slowly building a supply chain to rival China’s.
Surfboard makers big and small are seeing that sustainability can also be good for business, but it’s not smooth sailing just yet.
Antarctica is the hot new destination, which can be destructive in a place that depends on the cold.
With a technological edge over China, South Korean shipbuilders prepare to cash in on demand for high-end vessels.
Once key to the planned economy, heartland provinces such as Jilin are struggling.
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