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  • Interview with Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid: ‘Our Government Is More Innovative’
    The tiny Baltic nation of Estonia is a digital trailblazer. All public services are available online, saving the country millions of euros each year. President Kersti Kaljulaid spoke to DER SPIEGEL about Estonia's burgeoning IT industry, the free market and the perils of cyberwarfare.
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    Published on 04-25-19
    1 hour ago
  • ‘This Is Our Jungle’: Abysmal Conditions for Refugees in the Greek Islands
    The European Union claims that the refugee pact with Turkey has been a success. Yet asylum-seeker camps on Greek islands in the Aegean have transformed into prisons. Thousands of migrants live there in horrific conditions.
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    Published on 04-24-19
    1 day ago
  • Avicii’s Journey: The Untimely Death of a Superstar
    Tim Bergling, alias Avicii, produced hits that became the soundtrack of the Instagram generation. At the age of 28, he took his own life. A year later, his family and friends look back.
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    Published on 04-19-19
    5 days ago
  • Our Lady: The Profound Lesson of the Notre Dame Fire
    As the flames shot out of the roof of Notre Dame de Paris on Monday evening, a global community of concern quickly formed. It shows that the idea of cultural heritage is much more than just a UNESCO list.
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    Published on 04-19-19
    6 days ago
  • Jordan Bardella’s Rise: The Fresh Young Face of France’s Populist Right
    A 23-year-old politician is leading Marine Le Pen's right-wing populists in May elections for the European Parliament. His name is Jordan Bardella, and he's as eloquent as he is radical.
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    Published on 04-19-19
    6 days ago
  • Call to Order: The British Parliament in the Age of Brexit
    The Brexit spectacle has plunged Britain into a deep crisis and turned the country's political leaders into laughing stocks. Justifiably? A closer look at the House of Commons reveals that it may be too early to pass judgment.
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    Published on 04-12-19
    2 weeks ago
  • ‘Absolutely Controlled MP’: Documents Link AfD Parliamentarian To Moscow
    Russian government emails show evidence of how Moscow is seeking to exploit the Alternative for Germany party in its propaganda war. The right-wing populists appear to be voluntary accomplices -- and a member of the federal parliament is at the center of the scandal. By DER SPIEGEL Staff
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    Published on 04-12-19
    2 weeks ago
  • EU’s Chief Brexit Negotiator: The Political Ambitions of Michel Barnier
    One of the worst kept secrets in Brussels is that Michel Barnier's political star is rising. The EU's chief Brexit negotiator seems interested should higher office become available.
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    Published on 04-05-19
    3 weeks ago
  • Beaten but Not Defeated: Islamic State Plans Next Move After Loss of ‘Caliphate’
    In the desert between Iraq and Syria, mostly Kurdish forces have seized the last remaining pocket of the Islamic State's once sprawling dominion. But while the terrorists may have capitulated for now, many have gone underground to plan the next deadly phase.
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    Published on 04-04-19
    3 weeks ago
  • A Precarious Alliance: Patience Wears Thin with Germany’s NATO Spending
    As NATO prepares to celebrate its 70th anniversary, the most successful military alliance in history finds itself in the throes of an existential crisis. The unfulfillled promises of some member countries -- in particular Germany -- to spend more on defense threaten to tear the block apart. By DER SPIEGEL Staff
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    Published on 04-02-19
    3 weeks ago