In Tunisia, the optimism that followed the popular uprising in 2011 has dwindled to a feeling of hopelessness for young men, who are trying to reach Europe in increasing numbers. But what other options are they choosing?
The #MeToo movement goes hand-in-hand with Donald Trump's neoliberal, authoritarian masculinity. The German brand of social democracy is struggling to position itself in the face of those extremes, writes Jagoda Marinic.
Never before have so many people been on the move, migrating in search of jobs and security. Large numbers are coming to Europe, but the majority are on the move elsewhere. DW looks at three examples.
Amid whistles from the opposition, Prime Minister Viktor Orban has marked the 60th anniversary of Hungary's 1956 uprising that was crushed by the Soviet Union. Scuffles broke out between his supporters and protesters.
The October Revolution changed the world. The consequences of the historical event were complex and politically intriguing. Berlin's Deutsches Historisches Museum shows how in an exhibition.
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