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  • A Child Prodigy’s Fate: Jadon Sancho’s Path to the Bundesliga
    Young English football star Jadon Sancho is electrifying the Bundesliga, Germany's top league. Manchester City spent years trying to secure the player for the long term, even apparently resorting to irregular payments. But he landed in Germany nonetheless.
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    Published on 02-22-19
    18 hours ago
  • Running On Empty: Germany Lags Behind Asia in E-Car Battery Race
    The Chinese conglomerate CATL wants to build Europe's largest electric car battery plant near Erfurt, Germany. Having failed to build a gigafactory of their own, German carmakers are worried the project represents a mortal threat.
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    Published on 02-22-19
    19 hours ago
  • The Merkel Stain: Chancellor Unwelcome in Upcoming Campaigns
    Chancellor Angela Merkel may still be the most popular politician in Germany. But with state elections looming this year in eastern Germany, she is not a welcome guest on the campaign trail. She remains persona non grata in the east.
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    Published on 02-21-19
    2 days ago
  • Franco-German Fragility: Crisis Smolders Between Berlin and Paris
    France and Germany have officially put aside their differences and renewed their landmark friendship accord, the Élysée Treaty. But their convergence only came after much bickering -- and a secret supplementary agreement. By DER SPIEGEL Staff
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    Published on 02-21-19
    2 days ago
  • SPIEGEL ONLINE Reader Competition: How Do We Want To Live?
    Alone or together? Old and young? Cooperation instead of isolation? For the Social Design Award, we're seeking the best ideas for new ways of living and forward-oriented architecture.
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    Published on 02-19-19
    4 days ago
  • Bratwurst and Beer: German Football Struggles to Keep Up with Premier League Glitz
    Ahead of the Champions League matches between English and German teams, experts are gushing about the fantastic talent and marketing potential of the Premier League clubs. But why? The Bundesliga has much more to offer than just entertainment.
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    Published on 02-15-19
    1 week ago
  • Interview with Obama Adviser Ben Rhodes: ‘Trump Is Just Tearing Things Down’
    Ben Rhodes was a key adviser in the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama. With his memoir now being published in German, DER SPIEGEL spoke with him about the Donald Trump presidency, America's diminished role in the world and Obama's Middle East policy.
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    Published on 02-11-19
    2 weeks ago
  • The Steele Papers: Dossier at Heart of Trump Scandal Still Dogs President
    At the heart of Donald Trump's Russia scandal is a mysterious dossier prepared by a former British intelligence agent. Many of the suspicions in the papers have been confirmed and have hounded his presidency for two years now.
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    Published on 02-07-19
    2 weeks ago
  • Interview with The New York Times Publisher A. G. Sulzberger: ‘To Produce Good Journalism, There Are No Shortcuts’
    Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, publisher of The New York Times, discusses his public spat with President Trump, the erosion of trust in the media and the challenge of adapting a 167-year-old institution to the changing times.
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    Published on 02-06-19
    2 weeks ago
  • Arms Race: Will Europe Be Victim of Nuclear Power Plays?
    U.S. President Trump has accused Russia of violating the INF arms control treaty and has suspended the pact, firing the starting gun on a new high-tech arms race. NATO is caught in the middle of what's been described in Berlin as the "Trump-Putin problem." By DER SPIEGEL Staff
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    Published on 02-05-19
    3 weeks ago