As right-wing populists make waves across Europe, DW speaks to the chairman of the German parliament's EU Affairs Committee, Gunther Krichbaum, about the reasons and what can be done to stem discontent.
French President Emmanuel Macron has assembled a pro-European cabinet. He has also appointed a strong, reform-minded economy minister. Now France and Europe have a chance at succeeding together, says DW's Barbara Wesel.
After a political shake-up, Austria's coalition government has collapsed with a bang. Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz is now reshaping the conservative People's Party into his own movement. Christian Bartlau reports.
On the Death Pass, child refugees risk everything in search of a better life. If they survive the crossing, they're likely to be caught and sent far away, to start again, Fernanda Pesce Blazquez reports.
From Germany's viewpoint, France's runoff election is a date with destiny. A victory for Marine Le Pen would be a catastrophe for Berlin. However, Emmanuel Macron may not be a walk in the park, either.
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