Climate Change Mitigation Will Cost Germany €2.3 Trillion A new report entitled Klimapfade für Deutschland, compiled by the Germany’s Prognos Institute and the Boston Consulting Group, estimates that Germany’s transition from fossil fuels and nuclear . . .
Germans Have Mixed Feelings About the Refugee Crisis & Islam New data from Pew Research shows that Germans have conflicting feelings towards the stream of Islamic refugees entering their country. Furthermore, most Germans make a . . .
German Terror Suspects Released Because Attack Not Sufficiently Imminent Die Welt, a German language news agency, reports that six Syrian migrants suspected of plotting a terrorist attack in Essen were released from holding because the . . .
Migrant Crime in Germany Increased by 52.7% In 2016 According to Germany’s Interior Ministry, and reported by the Telegraph, the number of crimes committed by migrants in Germany increased by 52.7 percent last year. In . . .
New Study Shows 70 Percent of Germans No Longer See Mediterranean Migrants as Refugees, Want to Deport Economic Migrants A new study from the research institute Civey shows that 69.8% of Germans believe that those . . .
German Chancellor Angela Merkel Blasts Trump on Trade; Claims Germany Invests 10x as Much in America as Vice Versa On June 29, 2017, German Chancellor Angela Merkel blasted US President Donald Trump’s administration over its trade . . .
Germany Is 39% More Popular With Migrants Now Than Before The Syrian Refugee Crisis New research from Gallup confirms the obvious: Angela Merkel’s refugee policy was a big, fat mistake. By opening up Germany’s borders . . .
No One Knows How Much Europe’s Migrant Crisis Costs Despite the fact that Europe—led by “humanitarian superpowers” Germany and Sweden—has absorbed at least 3 million refugees and economic migrants from the Middle East and Africa since 2015, no one knows how . . .
Refugees Won’t Fix Germany’s Demographic Problems Germany’s population is declining, and this will likely pose economic problems, particularly when it comes to maintaining the nation’s lavish welfare state. What should be done? According to Chancellor . . .