In Tunisia, the optimism that followed the popular uprising in 2011 has dwindled to a feeling of hopelessness for young men, who are trying to reach Europe in increasing numbers. But what other options are they choosing?
With talk of mass protests in the air, a new wave of arrests has targeted former diplomats and opposition figures in Egypt. Experts told DW that President el-Sissi "is extremely worried" about a fresh uprising.
Following days of protests in the Moldovan capital Chisinau, a new alliance between opposition parties has formed. It is calling for recent election results to be honored and for an independent judiciary.
The #MeToo movement goes hand-in-hand with Donald Trump's neoliberal, authoritarian masculinity. The German brand of social democracy is struggling to position itself in the face of those extremes, writes Jagoda Marinic.
Montenegro may not be on everyone's radar, but the small Adriatic nation is becoming a magnet for Turkish companies. Old animosities between the two countries seem forgotten. Jelena Kulidzan reports from Podgorica.
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