Poland's ultra-conservative Law and Justice Party has come under fire for trying to take power from the country's highest court and cracking down on media freedom. DW talks to Polish Finance Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.
Pro-democracy activists say China is silencing dissent in Hong Kong. DW's Conflict Zone asks Horace Cheung, VP of the largest pro-Beijing party in the territory, whether he is willing to allow China to curtail rights.
When politicians can say everything and mean nothing, trash-talking strongmen like Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte are the result. DW's Conflict Zone meets Salvador Panelo, chief legal counsel to Duterte.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos leaves office with low support for his deal with FARC rebels, cocaine production at a record high and UN concern over rising violence. Where is the peace he won a Nobel Prize for?
As the British government squabbles over its approach to Brexit, the conservative Member of Parliament Nicky Morgan acknowledges that "there's a lot left to negotiate and agree."
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