Electric cars just aren't catching on in most countries, despite all the media buzz and government subsidies. In Europe, the country with the lowest market share of e-cars is none other than Germany.
Germany's industrial giants have been reluctant to invest in the costly production of electric car battery cells until now. Will a €1 billion government grant be enough to recover time lost to China and South Korea?
Sales of electric cars in Europe have just crossed the 1 million mark, as more consumers are persuaded to opt for green mobility. Can the infrastructure to support the transition from fuel-powered vehicles keep up?
Profound anti-Americanism lies behind western Europe's distaste for Trump. Boris Kalnoky explains why Trump enjoys greater popularity in "new Europe."
For the soldiers on the front lines, World War I introduced an unprecedented level of violence. But it was not the "the war to end all wars" — quite the contrary, writes guest author Jörn Leonhard.
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