Film funds in Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein will contribute €130,000 to six film projects, all of which must meet a “diversity checklist.” Among them is feminist docu-fiction “Clownesse” about the life of contemporary “clowns.” It was refunded with €30,000. The film “Ich kann unsichtbar sein” (I can be invisible), a short documentary about a 40-year-old trans […]
Despite German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle celebrating the Telegram app as a tool for opposition during protests in Belarus last year, the German government now sees it as a threat because Germany’s opposition is using it
While member states are forced to fend for themselves regarding border security, huge amounts of European taxpayer money flow to projects supplying migrants with up-to-date information on their illegal journey into Europe
Perhaps the most difficult task for the new chairman of the Christian Democrats will be to settle bad relations with the Bavarian Christian Socialists, writes Czech political commentator Robert Schuster
European federalization will involve EU institutions seizing authority from weaker states, and Germany will continue to use these institutions to its own benefit, warns Law and Justice (PiS) MEP professor Ryszard Legutko
Migrants have a strong incentive to make their way to Germany, with social benefits serving as a high pull factor, but the Green Party wants to increase the country’s already high social welfare payments for this demographic
The aim of the new institute will to continue work on the reparation assessment of both German and Soviet occupation of Poland during the Second World War and address the reparations Germany and Russia still owe in the eyes of Poland
Poland’s ongoing dispute with Czechia over the Turów coal mine is not the only environmental conflict between the two countries. In fact, Czech-owned mines operating the Polish border have been polluting Polish towns for decades, according to Polish mayors.
Germany will not carry out its foreign policy regarding Poland as aggressively after the Bundestag elections because there will no longer be such a dominant party in Germany, believes Editor-in-Chief of Gazeta Polska Tomasz Sakiewicz
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has more legitimacy than all the European Union’s commissioners put together, veteran German conservative politician Peter Gauweiler told Hungarian national station Kossuth Rádió in an interview
Politician Armin Laschet defends Germany’s interests – even at the cost of fundamental values – but also appreciates Poland’s relevance, writes foreign columnist of “Rzeczpospolita” daily Jędrzej Bielecki
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