Artikel von David Hudson
Gary Wolf's "Wired: A Romance"
The last few weeks of a very hot season have offered a few entertaining media diversions before the country gets back to business
German and Italian politicians trade barbs but most Germans and Italians don't care; still, whatever happened to European union?
The joke was bad, the refusal to apologize worse. But Berlusconi's gaffe may be a symptom of a European disease that's hardly funny at all
Why would a government of Social Democrats and Greens place its faith in the same economic program pursued by a conservative Republican administration in the US?
It's not what Americans don't know but what they won't know that makes European unity on an institutional level all the more urgent
This week, Germans will be focusing on one of the most important chapters of the country's history; note to anyone outside Germany: it's not the chapter that immediately leaps to mind
Jürgen Habermas and Jacques Derrida lead a pack of intellectuals calling for a "core European identity" -- and are met with a pan-European yawn
Presidents, prime ministers, chancellors - even the ones who've defined eras - have all had a tough go of it in their second terms. Just ask Gerhard Schröder now
The EU scrambles to rediscover its single voice while the US keeps dividing and conquering
Publishing houses exert "unusual" pressure on the Economics and Labor Minister. Also: Cannes snubs the Germans - again
A train wreck between Chancellor Schröder and the left wing of his party is scheduled for June 1
Germany, France and Russia seek to heal the transatlantic rift but the US and Britain aren't having any of it
Europeans who demonstrated for peace must now turn their attention to what happens when it actually breaks out
Pundits have been awfully noisy lately, but few grasp the real task at hand: checking the US's imperial ambitions
Last week, the papers were speculating about whether Schröder or Fischer would resign; then came Thursday, followed by the weekend
Good Bye, Lenin!, a snappy comedy and a highlight at this year's Berlinale, revives memories of an eventful year and offers an alternative history
Conservatives wallop Social Democrats in two important state elections and everybody knows it's all about Gerhard Schröder
Gerhard Schröder is no longer the lone statesman steadfast in his opposition to war in Iraq. Who's isolated now?
If Europe is ever to become a genuine counterweight to the world's remaining superpower, Chirac and Schröder's compromise is a step in the wrong direction
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