The media's digital future has long become a reality. As journalists write blogs and bloggers post journalistic content, the lines between commentary and traditional journalistic reporting have been blurred.
News and information are more immediate and omnipresent than ever before. How does that affect policy-makers' actions and individuals' personal roles in political communications?
Disclosure of the NSA's global surveillance activities dealt a severe blow to people's trust in digital society.
Visa bans, freezing assets, boycotts: There is no lack of suggestions of how to tone down Russian aggression. But what good would sanctions do? Politicians are growing increasingly skeptical. DW takes a look. (09.03.2014)
The EU Commission has sought help from an expert advisory panel in talks on an EU-US free trade deal. Observers argue the group is just a fig leaf, and that the negotiations will still largely take place in secret. (10.03.2014)
Britain might be better known for chips that go with fish than those inside computers. This year, the UK is the official partner country at the 2014 Hanover CeBIT expo, offering it a chance to showcase its IT industry. (09.03.2014)
One in three women in the European Union has been physically or sexually assaulted, a new large-scale study has revealed. The report is the most comprehensive of its kind to date both in the bloc and worldwide. (05.03.2014)
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