Dr. Uwe Reuter talks about the most successful methods.
Ruge tells DW why he thinks his novel "In Times of Fading Light" didn't come off to international readers as "German," despite being set in the German Democratic Republic. For him, global bestsellers are locally born.
Loss of homeland often comes with loss of language, and for writers this can be like losing one's soul. With clear words Canetti describes this pain in her autobiographical novel of exile from Nazi-occupied Austria.
Dundar believes that the Turkish president is looking for revenge on his critics. In an interview with DW in Berlin, the former editor of Cumhuriyet said there was almost no opposition voice left in the Turkish media.
In an interview with DW, tsunami researcher Widjo Kongko has criticized Indonesia's disaster management agencies for their failure to deal with the Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami. Was the government unprepared?
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