Zimbabwean politician Joice Mujuru served as Robert Mugabe’s Vice-President for a decade. Now she founded her own party. But why should people vote for someone who was a complicit in a regime that killed thousands?
At a time of growing divisions in Europe over religion and migration, DW talks to Angelika Niebler, MEP for Bavaria's Christian Social Union (CSU), about whether politicians should be avoiding religious issues.
Where is Armenia headed after a protest leader was elected prime minister? DW’s Tim Sebastian meets the Vice President of the now opposition Republican Party that lost the people's trust after decades of corruption.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was just reelected using rhetoric described as intimidating and xenophobic. Will that kind of nationalist vision decide the future of Europe? DW sat down with MEP György Schöpflin.
While the West is angry with Russia, the feeling in Moscow is mutual. What are the chances the current slide in relations can be halted? Tim Sebastian meets Russian Deputy Foreign Minster Sergey Ryabkov.
© 2018 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version