That's the question we asked our studio guest Holger Schäfer, labor market expert from the Cologne Institute for Economic Research.
Hundreds of White Helmet rescuers and their families were dramatically brought out of Syria last month. But the organization says thousands of volunteers need continued support inside the country.
Germany has a "key-point" plan for a new immigration law to fill its desperate shortage of skilled workers. But what will the proposed law entail – and how will it compare to systems in other countries?
A major welfare association in Germany is calling for billions of euros to be invested in desperately needed social policy reforms. It says the vast majority of citizens have lost confidence in the welfare state.
Reinhard Grindel believes the German FA (DFB) should look to France and Belgium for ways to improve. He also "regrets" the fact that Mesut Özil did not feel he was protected by the DFB before his resignation.
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