Lessons from Estonia: Homeland Security Chief Says Cyber Threat “on par with 9/11?

Michael Chertoff, the U.S. homeland security head, warned recently that the potential harm of a cyber-warfare attack was “on a par” with what the United States sustained in the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001.


Germans Get Government Incentives to Take Offers of Jobs Abroad

More news about Germany’s “new emigration”

The German government has started subsidizing moves by unemployed Germans to help them get to jobs they find abroad. Known as “mobility incentives,” these payments cover moving costs for workers and their families anywhere in the world.


Outflow of German Emigrants to EU Neighbors and US - A New Trend

Germans are emigrating at a record pace despite their country’s strengthening economy. In 2006, roughly 155,000 Germans left the country, apparently drawn by economic hopes.