05 July 2021
Our IfL colleagues Sofia Gavrilova and Bettina Bruns have successfully applied as mentees for the new round of Leibniz Mentoring.
26 May 2021
Since he witnessed workers cutting down park trees in his hometown of St. Petersburg, Kirill Galustov has been concerned with the question of how to improve life in cities.
30 March 2021
Belarus is pinning high hopes on closer economic relations with China. However, the two countries, which differ in many respects, are still far from a true partnership.
18 March 2021
We mourn the passing of our long-time colleague Sven Eybe, who died unexpectedly this week.
08 March 2021
What do Lauchhammer in Brandenburg, Sweden's northernmost city Kiruna and Tatabánya in Hungary have in common?
21 January 2021
For three decades, cars were at the centre of transport policy in Tbilisi - until Kakhaber Kaladze was elected as a mayor of Georgia's capital in November 2017.
15 December 2020
Connoisseurs know what is meant (... the 1:25,000 topographic map). More than six thousand "Messtischblätter", as these maps used to be called, are available in the IfL library's online catalogue.
04 December 2020
77 years ago, on 4 December 1943, more than 300 000 British bombs rained down on Leipzig. The air raids triggered an inferno after which the city was no longer the same.
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