- Germany’s Sept. 24 election will likely result in one of the most fragmented parliaments the country has seen in decades.
- The country’s two largest parties will try to avoid renewing their current coalition …
Finally an election in Europe that isn’t racking our nerves.
After the unexpected calamity of Brexit and the second-place finish of Marine Le Pen in France, Germany’s boring election is a welcome reprieve.
When irresponsible politicians play with rules instead of following them, the one who ends up paying is the country itself. Before yesterday, I thought Poroshenko was smarter and Saakashvili was less self-centered.
There is …
Since 1949, Germany has elected eight chancellors. Six of them were able to advance German interests. Angela Merkel is not one of them. Merkel is not a bad person, but she is failure.