“The only part that is really making me nervous is my travel back to the States. At this point ‘I’m a leaf on the wind.’” In the second part of The Coronavirus Chronicle, American tourist Brian Morton shares his fears of leaving Berlin and heading home to the United States.
The COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly changing our lives. This week, Studio Berlin host Sylvia Cunningham looks at where we are in this health crisis and what measures are being taken to slow down the spread of the coronavirus. She’s joined by Dr. Margaret Harris from the World Health Organization (WHO), journalist and fellow Studio Berlin host Erik Kirschbaum, and Klaus Warmedinger, a German business economist who’s been living in China for the past two years.
Despite laws to close the gender pay gap, Germany’s gap remains one of the largest among all EU countries. As Berlin celebrates the second official International Women’s Day, Studio Berlin takes a look at how far Germany has come and speaks with Berlin women who are working for greater gender equality.
From now through March 10, Americans living in Germany who are members of Democrats Abroad can cast their ballot in the organization’s global presidential primary. Meanwhile, U.S. President Donald Trump faces no serious challenger from his own party, so Republicans Overseas Germany is focused on November.