Birthday 2006

Bursting the Israeli Bubble in Berlin

There are thousands of Israelis flocking to the capital of Germany. But why? What draws them to a city where Jews once fled. The editor of a new Hebrew magazine in the capital tells her story.

Dual Education: Germany’s Latest Export Hit

Germany's vocational training system becomes the country's latest top export. Students mix learning with on-the-job experience and create better employees.
Munib R. Masri (ICC Palestine), Oren Shachor (ICC Israel) and Rifat Hisarciklioglu (ICC Turkey)

International Chamber of Commerce: Brokering Peace in the Middle East

An official business arbitration center backed by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) will come into force by the end of 2013
Nuclear Warning

Energy Turnaround: Germany’s Move from Nuclear Power

Thuringia's Minister Matthias Machnig discusses Germany's energy revolution in the context of this year's upcoming elections.
Lieselotte Friedlander

Designs Behind a Decade – Lieselotte Friedländer

Honored with an installation on Berlin's KuDamm, Lieselotte Friedländer designed and illustrated many of the iconic fashion images of 1920s Weimar Republic