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With the founding of Der Standard in 1988 the publisher Oscar Bronner established Austria's first politically liberal newspaper. The paper does not belong to any media company and therefore considers itself beyond the dominant political and economic division of power between the Social Democrats (SPÖ) and the People's Party (ÖVP). Der Standard currently reaches more readers than its direct competitor Die Presse. Unlike other Austrian newspapers there is no agreement between editors and publishers to ensure editorial independence. The online edition of Der Standard (derStandard.at ) is one of the leading German-language news portals.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Left liberal
Circulation: 75,000 (2010)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Saturday

Location: Vienna, Austria
Publisher: Oscar Bronner
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1988

Herrengasse 19-21
A-1010 Vienna
Phone: 0043-1-53170-0
E-Mail: chefredaktion@derstandard.at
Internet: http://www.derstandard.at

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646 articles from this medium have been cited in the European press review by euro|topics.

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1.  Der Standard - Austria | 17/04/2014

Rebellion against Assad has failed

In the past months the troops of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad have recaptured several areas on the Lebanese border from the rebels. For the left-liberal ... » more

2.  Der Standard - Austria | 16/04/2014

Success of new banking union uncertain

The European Parliament approved standardised rules for the dealing with banks in crisis on Tuesday. With this, the second pillar of a banking union after ... » more

3.  Der Standard - Austria | 14/04/2014

Russia behind the violence

After the most recent events in Eastern Ukraine no one can seriously claim that Russia isn't behind the developments, the left-liberal daily Der Standard believes: ... » more

4.  Der Standard - Austria | 11/04/2014

A rude awakening ahead

It's not surprising that investors are even buying Greek government bonds considering the current low interest rates - but the country won't benefit at all ... » more

5.  Der Standard - Austria | 02/04/2014

Austria's embarassing Pisa exit

Austria has become the first country to temporarily exit the Pisa assessment programme. Its Education Ministry on Tuesday cancelled the country's participation in the preliminary ... » more

6.  Der Standard - Austria | 01/04/2014

Election victory boosts Erdoğan's position

The clear victory of the governing AKP party in Turkey's local elections will boost Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's chances of winning the presidential elections, ... » more

7.  Der Standard - Austria | 27/03/2014

Europeans let themselves be lulled by Obama

Barack Obama spoke out in favour of the free trade agreement between the US and the EU in Brussels, saying that it would simplify deliveries ... » more

8.  Der Standard - Austria | 18/03/2014

Vučić a calculating friend of Europe

After the parliamentary elections in Serbia on Sunday the left-liberal daily Der Standard takes a sceptical view of right-wing conservative election winner Aleksandar Vučić's transformation ... » more

9.  Der Standard - Austria | 12/03/2014

Nato and EU inseparable

The confrontation with Russia in the Crimea crisis is highlighting the close ties between Nato and the EU, the left-liberal daily Der Standard observes: "The ... » more

10.  Der Standard - Austria | 11/03/2014

Lying on principle

The effect of Information blackouts is to render international agreements and treaties null and void, Russian Nobel Prize-winning author Alexander Solzhenitsyn once said. And that's ... » more

 

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