Jürgen Kasek believes in pluralist debate. In his home state Saxony, Donald Trump's election victory has also given Germany's right-wing populists new impetus. Kasek stands up to them.
A Syrian asylum-seeker goes on trial in Dresden on Monday, accused of involvement in the murder last year of Daniel H. in Chemnitz. The case sparked massive far-right unrest in the city. What do we know so far?
Asylum applicants in Germany's eastern states are far more likely to be the victims of hate crime than those in the west, according to a study. Researchers have a theory as to why that might be the case.
Right-wing populists are often depicted as angry white men. A new study, however, has found that women are increasingly supporting right-wing populist parties, and they are often more radical than their male peers.
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