Based in Berlin, Siobhán Dowling covers German and European affairs.
Dowling has lived in Germany for many years and worked as an editor and journalist at Spiegel International from 2005 to 2011. She has written for many publications, including The Guardian, The Observer, CNBC Business Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Times, S Magazine, Ireland’s Sunday Business Post and the Irish Times website.
Dowling grew up in Ireland, and studied History in Dublin, Paris and Oxford.
This week’s Berlin Film Festival celebrates German film in exile.
Roma welcome Berlin monument, but warn they still face discrimination across Europe.
Angela Merkel could lose one more ally after education minister’s university leaks a report.
Peer Steinbrueck helped Germany stave off financial crisis. Unseating Angela Merkel will be much harder.
Business, Economics and Jobs
German firm’s decision to restrict sales of a drug used in lethal injections reflects the European Union’s opposition to capital punishment.