Future coalitions in Germany to be ‘more fragile than ever before’, says AfD

By |september 3rd, 2019|Alternative for Germany, Brandenburg, coalition talks, far right, German grand coalition, German Greens, German state elections, Germany, Jörg Meuthen, News, Sachsen, Saxony|

Elections in Saxony and Brandenburg have changed the balance of power in these states. The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) has recorded significant gains, while the more traditional parties (CDU and SPD) continue losing ground. EURACTIV Germany...

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German coalition talks: One step forward, two steps back

By |november 7th, 2017|Angela Merkel, climate, coalition talks, Emmanuel Macron, Europe, German elections 2017, Jamaica coalition, News|

Successful coalition talks between the four involved German parties is far from a done deal, even as CDU/CSU leaders Angela Merkel and Horst Seehofer are striking a confident tone.

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German coalition talks: Between old-age poverty and cannabis legalisation

By |november 2nd, 2017|cannabis, coalition talks, German elections 2017, Germany, Minimum wage, News, pensions, social policy|

The first round of the German coalition talks on social policy was a meeting to get an initial feeling for where the parties stand. However, some common things are emerging: in the fight against old-age poverty, shortage of nurses and long-term unemplo...

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What role should Germany’s new federal government play in Europe

By |oktober 31st, 2017|Berlin, Brexit, coalition talks, Europe, financial crisis, german elections, immigration, News, refugee crisis, survey|

Brexit, EU enlargement, the Greek debt crisis: during the German election campaign European politics has hardly played a role.

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