Post-Terror Tourism - Driverless in Russia
Prague has always been big on upping the Czech Republic’s nuclear power capacity, but less so on how to finance it. As Brussels looks on with dread, Moscow may be about to ferment more discord on the EU's eastern edges.
Black Monday was followed by an even blacker Tuesday. Sparked by new US sanctions, Russia's stock market looks unlikely to recover from its crash anytime soon. What does it mean for everyday people?
The escalating trade dispute between the US and China has already caused noticeable damage for Germany, Holger Bingmann, president of the German Federation of Wholesale, Foreign Trade and Services (BGA) tells DW.
The EU and the US have imposed wave after wave of sanctions on Russia since the beginning of the Crimea crisis in 2014. However, the Kremlin is sticking to its course and Vladimir Putin's power has only grown.
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