As Germany comes to terms with the Trump presidency, senior CDU MP Norbert Röttgen talks to Michel Friedman and says there can be no doubt: Donald Trump means what he says.
Neera Tanden, senior Clinton campaign adviser, tells Conflict Zone that the role of the Democratic Party right now is to fight Trump and provide alternatives. But how exactly should that work?
Out of step with the voters and now out of power, Germany’s elections saw Martin Schulz lead the Social Democrats to their worst result ever – is he a credible opposition leader? Conflict Zone meets SPD MEP Arne Lietz.
Congressman Don Bacon tells Conflict Zone that President Donald Trump's supporters "want someone who fights back". But after failing to repeal Obamacare and with his agenda in doubt, will they continue to back him?
A 2016 survey showed a clear majority of Europeans want the EU to do more to tackle terrorism. Its anti-terror chief Gilles de Kerchove tells DW that while many plots have already been stopped, more attacks are likely.
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