Expert : Germany could use EU presidency to shape EU-China relations

By |marec 11th, 2020|5G, Berlin, China, Deutschland, EU, EU Council Presidency, European Commission, geopolitics, Geopolitik, Germany, Heiko Maas, Huawei, News, Ursula von der Leyen, USA|

In an interview with EURACTIV Germany, director of the Asia programme of the European Council of Foreign Relations, Dr Janka Oertel, described how Germany could play a pivotal role in changing the EU's relations with China and might even force the excl...

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Germany should be more Chinese – at least a bit

By |februar 10th, 2020|CDU, China, coronavirus, Deutschland, Germany, Health, hospitals, infrastructure, News, Wuhan|

While China has shown it needs a few days to build a hospital, infrastructure projects in Germany are making no progress. But politicians from the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) now want to change this. EURACTIV's partner WirtschaftsWoch...

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German Greens want to sue transport minister over motorway upgrade debacle

By |februar 3rd, 2020|Andres Scheuer, Annalena Baerbock, Autobahnen, Deutschland, die Grünen, Maut, News, Pkw-Maut, Robert Habeck, Sven-Christian Kindler|

With the transport ministry increasing the costs to upgrade Germany's motorways, the Greens are demanding to have access to important documents related to their construction. However, the country's conservative transport minister, Andreas Scheuer (CSU)...

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Germany’s plans for automatic facial recognition meet fierce criticism

By |januar 10th, 2020|AI, Deutschland, Digital, digital freedom, Face Recognition Stop, facial recognition, Germany, Horst Seehofer, News, Saskia Esken, security, SPD, surveillance|

Germany's Interior Minister Horst Seehofer plans to use automatic facial recognition at 134 railway stations and 14 airports, according to a news report published on 3 January. Although official confirmation of the plan is still missing, an alliance be...

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Why the success of the German Greens might not be short-lived

By |junij 7th, 2019|Annalena Baerbock, Bündnis 90/ Die Grünen, CDU/CSU, Deutschland, German government, German Greens, Germany, News, Robert Habeck, SPD|

The German Greens struggled to ride the wave of support it received a few years ago but, following their recent success in the EU elections, this time it looks like things could be much more long-lived. EURACTIV's media partner Der Tagesspiegel takes a look at the state of play.

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