Our studio guest is Martin Krzywdzinski, a labor market researcher at the Social Science Research Center in Berlin. He speaks to us about why Germans tend to value job security, and the benefits of staying with an employer.
In its digital agenda, the German government has detailed its goals for improved data protection. The dream of a fully secure Internet, however, is an illusion, says IT expert Sandro Gaycken.
German state coffers are bulging with cash as councils and social security logged their biggest surpluses in more than a decade. The achievement is doubtful, however, as it came at the expense of investment and growth.
Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission's president-elect, must pick the members of the new European Commission. But international disagreements and the issue of a women's quota are standing in his way.
Film composer Alexandre Desplat is leading the jury at this year's Venice Film Festival. It's the first time a musician has been appointed to the role. He tells DW what the job means to him.
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