Inside Europe 24.05.2018
A ‘populist odd couple’ to head Italy’s new government - Illicit Russian money in Britain - Zuckerberg gets a grilling in Brussels - Preparing the Swedes for war - Macron’s vision for the banlieues – Europe’s trade ties with Iran – Disabled children protest in Poland’s parliament - Spain celebrates so-called Mad Pride raising awareness about mental health - Mapping Elba’s hiking trails
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Inside Europe 17.05.2018
The EU loses its patience with trying to be friends with Donald Trump - Transatlantic ties viewed from Berlin - The Irish diaspora and the vote on abortion – Problems and promises in France’s banlieues - The EU's new data protection law - Could Turkey's President Erdogan's calling of early elections backfire? - Rosé wine dares to compete with its elders - Singing to save minority languages.
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Inside Europe 10.05.2018
French President Macron speaks exclusively to DW about how he tried to keep the US in the Iran nuclear deal – Can the EU salvage the nuclear accord? – The Czech connection to Novichok - Concern about Europe's intensive farming - Basque separatist group ETA disbands - France's "stolen children" from the island of Reunion - An American take on the Bridge at Remagen - Polyamory takes off in Norway.
Inside Europe 03.05.2018
On today's program: Two EU member states slip down the World Press Freedom Index - Turkey: the world’s biggest jailer of journalists – May ’68 and today’s protests in France -The glam and the grumbles at NATO's new HQ – Proposed penalties for EU member states - Italy's first Museum of Fascism - A month commemorating Napoleon - The perks and privileges for driving electric cars in Norway.
Inside Europe 26.04.2018
France beefs up border security after militants highlight a new migrant route. Britain's royal events have church bells and cash registers ringing. The United States moves back into an air base it left more than a decade ago. The English town of Salisbury attempts to repair its reputation after the Skripal poisoning.
Inside Europe 19.04.2018
Is the EU's fight against so-called Russian propaganda in disarray? - Will the French and US presidents see eye to eye on Syria? - Is Austria bucking a trend and becoming the ashtray of Europe? - Has the EU put a stop to Poland's chainsaw massacre? - Early elections in Turkey - The mother of all rail strikes - Is football still a men's game in Denmark - The financial crisis and Greek teeth