Cathrin Schaer

Cathrin Schaer

Cathrin Schaer is a journalist based in Berlin. She's done desk time for Spiegel Online and Handelsblatt and her freelance work has been published everywhere from the New York Times to Vogue, Wired and the Guardian. 

Germany

Landmark trial against alleged Syrian war criminals: What next?

Ex-members of Syrian military accused of torture were living in Germany as refugees until they were arrested and jailed.

Landmark trial against alleged Syrian war criminals: What next?

Germany

World's first Syria torture trial opens in Germany

Two ex-military members accused of torture had been living in Germany as refugees and were arrested over a year ago.

World's first Syria torture trial opens in Germany

Syria's War

Alleged Syrian war criminals face landmark trial in Germany

Prosecutors in world's first criminal trial on torture in Syria target Anwar Raslan, an ex colonel, and Eyad al-Gharib.

Alleged Syrian war criminals face landmark trial in Germany

Europe

Europe's China diplomacy seeks silver linings to US trade war

As the Chinese vice president visits Germany, the EU sees opportunities in the ongoing US-China trade war.

Europe's China diplomacy seeks silver linings to US trade war