Search Results for Tag: Angela Merkel
Many a time I’ve entertained this intriguing possibility: often, admittedly, as a knee-jerk reaction to the rhetoric of certain male leaders that continues to “shock and awe” us.
Date23.09.2017 | 11:07
TagsAfD, Angela Merkel, Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar, Rohingya, Sheikh Hasina, Wir schaffen das, women's rights
This Sunday Germans will be going to the poll. The chancellor candidate from the party that will win will become the new chancellor. The incumbent Angela Merkel is widely expected to regain her position and head the country for another four years, which would mean 16 years at the helm.
Date22.09.2017 | 15:25
Ivanka Trump has attended a G20 gender equality meeting in Berlin. Donald Trump’s daughter was in the limelight, but she neither deserved it nor took the chance to say anything of substance, says DW’s Vanessa Fischer.
Date26.04.2017 | 13:24
TagsAngela Merkel, Berlin, Donald Trump, feminist, First Daughter, Ivanka Trump, Vanessa Fischer, women's rights, Women20
When I heard about the theme for Women’s Day this year, ‘Be bold for change,’ I thought, ‘Oh, wow that’s so cool.’ Actually, that’s my general reaction to most things. But then I gave it more thought, especially about how change has affected my life, world politics and just about everything.
Date08.03.2017 | 7:24
Tags#Beboldforchange, Angela Merkel, change, Europe, Germany, Sarona Wolter, South Africa, womentalkonline
Angela Merkel’s decision to again be a candidate for German chancellor presents many new opportunities, says DW’s Kay-Alexander Scholz. She could be the right person to provide an answer to the rising tide of populism.
Date22.11.2016 | 15:08
Although she’s spent 30 years in the public eye, many voters still feel they don’t know the real Hillary Clinton. Her biographers say that’s because the Democrat is a complex – and sometimes contradictory – personality.
Date31.10.2016 | 13:23
TagsAngela Merkel, Bill Clinton, Democrat, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, Republican, US President
At her press conference as CDU chairperson after the elections in Berlin, Merkel came across as unusually self-critical, but also decisive. This is sign enough that she wants another term, writes DW’s Christoph Strack.
Date22.09.2016 | 9:35
TagsAngela Merkel, CDU, empowering women, European Union, Germany, refugee crisis, refugees, women's rights