By Lena Herbst. For most Germans politics happens in Berlin. And Berlin is far away. d|part intern Lena got to work in and experience Berlin politics first-hand. Here she writes about three reasons why politics in Germany is more diverse than it seems.
By Alex Vasylkivskyi. Contemporary Ukraine is on the way of transformation from a socialist post-soviet republic to a democratic state. In that, it is one of many Eastern European countries that struggle to become an equal member of the European family.
Four reasons why the AfD’s polling might collapse over the next year By Timo Lochocki. The right-wing populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) seems unstoppable. In September they won 20.8% at […]
By Christine Huebner. In the past couple of weeks I have been spending a whole lot of time online. Actually I think I’ve spent more time online than usual – […]
By Christine Hübner. Be it financial markets, organ transplants, or energy market regulation – everybody is talking about increasing transparency these days. Claiming transparency seems to have become the new […]
By Jan Eichhorn – A commentary on the speech by the German Minister of the Interior, Hans-Peter Friedrich, at the Congress of the Federal Institute for Political Education (bpb) 21st […]