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.
Deutschland's ecological politicians are gaining mainstream momentum, and that's breeding pragmatism.
Max Aschenbach's proposal to declare neo-Nazis an emergency on par with climate change started as a joke.
Thirty years ago, the Berlin Wall came crashing down.
Kristina Hänel is exposing Germany's abortion laws for a new generation.
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.
Three decades later, questions over identity continue to divide Germany.
Julia Klöckner, Germany's minister of food and agriculture, has her own way of tackling climate change.
From the Deutsche Bahn to Mercedes, Baden-Württemberg is fueling its economy through migrant labor, and killing support for the far-right.
Over six weeks, OZY reports untold stories from each of Germany’s 16 states, as the country marks 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
For years, mainstream parties have rejected cooperation with the far-right Alternative for Deutschland.
For decades, the German public never bothered about their leaders’ health.
To many, the Alternative for Germany is anti-Semitic, plain and simple.
Franziska Giffey is mayor of one of Berlin’s 12 boroughs — tackling a host of problems, from street crime to the refugee crisis.
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