School buildings made of locally sourced clay in Burkino Faso with a sophisticated roof design and energy-free ventilation; a university campus half-underground in South
As the Aspen Institute in Germany celebrates its 40th anniversary, DW’s Michael Knigge has a personal appreciation of the institute’s work on transatlantic dialogue.
Fast-spreading epidemics in developing countries are partly a consequence of poverty and inequality, the World Bank says. Increased income would lead to greater provision of resources to control diseases like Ebola.
Kenyan blogger and activist Ory Okolloh, the face of Africa's flourishing open data movement, tells DW why she wants greater cooperation between techies, business, government and social actors.
Whistleblower William Binney recently made headlines when he told the German parliament that the NSA, his former employer, had become "totalitarian." DW spoke to him about NSA overrreach and the agency's power.
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