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Sowing Seeds of Hate: The Unforgivable Disgrace of an American President

There has never before been a U.S. president who trivialized the violence and racism of neo-Nazis. For many Republicans, Donald Trump has now gone too far. The populist leader has become more isolated than ever before -- in the world and inside his own party.

Sewing Seeds of Hate: The Unforgivable Disgrace of an American President

There has never before been a U.S. president who trivialized the violence and racism of neo-Nazis. For many Republicans, Donald Trump has now gone too far. The populist leader has become more isolated than ever before -- in the world and inside his own party.

America's Chauvinist-in-Chief: The True Face of Donald Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump is a racist and a hate preacher. It's time to stop trivializing the immense damage he is causing.

Persona Non Grata: Would-Be Reformer Saakashvili Cast Out of Ukraine

Two years ago, Petro Poroshenko hired former Georgian leader Mikheil Saakashvili to promote reforms and tackle corruption. Now, though, the Ukrainian president has thrown Saakashvili out of the country. What went wrong?

Hell on Earth: Libyan Camps for Refugees Are Not the Answer

There are many who would like to see migrants sheltered in reception camps in Libya. But a recent report compiled by European Union diplomats who visited the country reveals that the idea is completely unworkable. By DER SPIEGEL Staff

North Korea Crisis: Trump Plays with Fire

The conflict with Kim Jong Un raises concern that Washington may be more unpredictable than North Korea.

Dueling Hotheads: The War of Words that Could Go Nuclear

President Trump's "fire and fury" tirade against the regime of Kim Jong Un has escalated tensions with North Korea. A military conflict with the country would have catastrophic results. Is there still a diplomatic way out of this mess?

Terrorism or Insanity?: Attack Underscores Need To Address Refugees' Mental Health

In 2015, Ahmed A. was an unremarkable Palestinian asylum applicant with dreams of a new life in Germany. Two years later, he went on a deadly stabbing spree in a Hamburg supermarket. His transformation highlights a growing problem among refugees in the country: mental illness.

'Nazis, Spies and Terrorists': Can the German-Turkish Relationship Be Saved?

In recent months, relations between Germany and Turkey have reached a new low. After a series of escalating spats, tourism and investment in the country have collapsed. Will it finally drive Turkish President Erdogan to change course?

Trump vs. Reality: In Such Great Shape!

It's report card time for the Trump presidency. Catch the latest installment of DER SPIEGEL's animated series, "Trump vs. Reality."

'Everything is Fine': A Syrian Family's Quest to Become German

The Muatis are one of hundreds of thousands of refugee families who have come to Germany from Syria since the war broke out. They desperately want to fit in and contribute to society, but even as the children relish their newfound freedoms, the parents worry about their future.