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  • Nervous About Trump: EU Fearful of Including U.S. on Tax-Haven List
    Although the United States fits the definition of a tax haven, EU officials in Brussels are weary of publicly shaming it on a "black list" of countries that allow companies to avoid taxes. Given Trump's harsh rhetoric, the Europeans are worried about a further deterioration of ties.
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    Published on 08-23-19
    10 hours ago
  • Extinction Rebellion: A New Kind of Climate Protest Movement
    Alongside Fridays for Future, Extinction Rebellion is establishing itself as the second arm of a new global climate protection movement. Forged from the lessons of past protest cultures and a present-day understanding of mental health and sensitivity, the group seems to be finding its stride.
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    Published on 08-23-19
    12 hours ago
  • Social Design Award 2019: There’s Still Time To Participate in Our Reader Competition!
    Whether a residential project or innovative architecture: SPIEGEL ONLINE and SPIEGEL WISSEN are looking for the best ideas for creating a great neighborhood. Submit your idea by August 31 and you'll have a chance of winning 2,500 euros.
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    Published on 08-23-19
    17 hours ago
  • Economic Downturn: Germany May Abandon Its Beloved Black Zero
    Chancellor Angela Merkel is still clinging to her policy of a balanced budget, but it is becoming increasingly clear that Germany's economic downturn could soon usher in a return to deficit spending. Government ministries are already signaling a willingness to abandoned years of cautious fiscal policy.
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    Published on 08-22-19
    2 days ago
  • Radio Silence: German-U.S. Ties Are Breaking Down
    Never since the founding of postwar Germany have relations between Berlin and the United States been as fragile as they are today. There is virtual radio silence between Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Donald Trump and U.S. Ambassador Richard Grenell is doing more to agitate the situation than to mediate.
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    Published on 08-21-19
    3 days ago
  • Spat on the Nile: Ethiopia and Egypt at Odds Over Massive Dam Project
    Africa's largest hydroelectric power station is slated to go online next year in Ethiopia. But the project along the Blue Nile River is also the source of conflict.
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    Published on 08-13-19
    2 weeks ago
  • Trade War: Trump Weaponizes Currency in Fight Against China
    U.S. President Donald Trump is using every opportunity to escalate the trade war with China. Now, he is accusing his rival of currency manipulation, a move that could further exacerbate tensions -- and might even push the global economy into recession.
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    Published on 08-09-19
    2 weeks ago
  • Honoring Stalin: The Comeback of a Soviet Dictator
    After he died in 1953, Stalin was quickly erased from the public eye in the Soviet Union. These days, though, he is making a comeback, with statues and plaques honoring the dictator going up throughout Russia. Why are people honoring a mass killer?
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    Published on 08-08-19
    2 weeks ago
  • The Syrian Patient: Assad Henchman Treated Abroad Despite Arrest Warrant
    Jamil Hassan is one of the Assad regime's most brutal henchmen. But despite an international warrant for his arrest, he was able to travel to Beirut for treatment of his ailing heart. Why wasn't he taken into custody?
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    Published on 08-07-19
    2 weeks ago
  • The Lure of the West: Bosnia Feels the Pinch of Brain Drain to EU
    In Bosnia, thousands of people are learning German. With a lack of opportunity in their own country, talented young Bosnians are emigrating to what they hope will be a brighter future abroad. Entire towns have emptied out.
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    Published on 08-06-19
    3 weeks ago