Search Results for Tag: Angela Merkel
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
The election result in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is an embarrassing defeat for Chancellor Merkel, but it does not mean the end of her political career, or the start of a political about-face, says Charlotte Potts.
Date06.09.2016 | 10:10
TagsAngela Merkel, CDU, Charlotte Potts, cologne, CSU, German chancellor, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, women's rights
Date17.08.2016 | 15:08
TagsAngela Merkel, chancellor, Donald Trump, European Union, Germany, Hillary Clinton, Ines Pohl, president, sexual assault, sexual harassment, USA, women's rights
A woman might land in the White House for the first time. In pop culture, different ladies have filled the position already – but not many of these presidents should serve as a role model for Hillary Clinton.
Date09.08.2016 | 15:43
TagsAngela Merkel, female president, first lady, Geena Davis, Hillary Clinton, Megawati Soekarnoputri, precidency, Theresa May, women's rights
Date28.06.2016 | 9:57
TagsAngela Merkel, Geoffrey Marcy, International Space Station, ISS, Peggy Whitson, Samantha Cristofetti, science, STEM, Sunita Williams, Tim Peake, Timothy Slater, women in science, women's rights, Zulfikar Abbany
Germany has been facing huge problems in regard to refugees that have been arriving in the country since last year. One might say, all this is caused by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s policy of accepting refugees and refusing to define a maximum number of refugees Germany will allow into the country. In this regard Germany stands very much alone in the European Union.
Date08.03.2016 | 11:38
TagsAngela Merkel, ARD, cologne, German chancellor, Germany, Mutti, New Year's Eve, refugee crisis, refugees, Wir schaffen das, women refugees, women's rights