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François Hollande: A Modern-Day Napoleon?

A message has been sent to the Anglo-Saxon establishment, the presumptive leader of the world economy, that all bets are off. Berlin, London and New York - all have been put on notice. Read More »

Book Review: Prague Fatale by Philip Kerr

When a murder is committed in a room locked from the inside, a relaxing weekend turns hectic, leading to a murder investigation. Read More »

Book Review: Alone in Berlin by Hans Fallada

Alone in Berlin is a novel for any­one who ever asked “what would I do if I were there?” Read More »

Book Review: The Silent Oligarch by Chris Morgan Jones

English lawyer Richard Lock owns a company, but the Russian oligarch Konstatin Malin owns Lock. Read More »

Book Review: TASCHEN 4 Cities, 12 Vol. in Box, Edited by Angelika Taschen

Travel tips for for the well-heeled traveler bound for New York, London, Paris, and Berlin. Read More »

Book Review: Wallflower by Holly-Jane Rahlens

A serendipitous meeting in the transit system in Berlin. Can such a short time change things forever? Read More »

New Airport Spells Changes for Berlin Tourism

Does the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport herald a new beginning, or the beginning of the end for tourism in Berlin? Read More »

Music Review: Big Robot & Conrad Schnitzler – Horror Odyssee

Sonic anarchy: that’s what Schnitzler’s music can be. It can also be near-dead calm, underpinned with symphonic serenity. Read More »

Cinderella Stamps Commemorate Fiftieth Anniversary of the Berlin Wall

The Berlin Wall in two square inches Read More »

Interview with T.H.E. Hill, Author of The Day Before the Berlin Wall: Could We Have Stopped It?

Kennedy blinked. Read More »