Anti-Semitism in Germany - New York Times

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel with Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany in 2014. Despite the gains made by the far right in the German elections, Mr. Netanyahu expressed confidence that Israel and Germany would only deepen their ties.

Opinion: Sunny days are over for Angela Merkel - DeathRattleSports.com

The outcome of the Bundestag election won't make federal policy any easier, and not just because of the AfD. Forming a government will probably be a lengthy task, says DW's Christoph Strack. A photo showing thick fog enveloping Berlin's Bundestag ...

Exploring the heartland of AfD support - Deutsche Welle

The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) is now the biggest party in the eastern state of Saxony. Some supporters describe its capital Dresden as the center of resistance to Angela Merkel. Why has the party's message resonated so well here?

German consensus politics must adapt to the adversarial approach of the AfD - EUROPP - European Politics and Policy (blog)

Consensus building is often cited as one of the core features of German political culture, but do the results of the 2017 federal elections suggest a different approach is required by the country's mainstream parties? Ross Campbell highlights that with ...

AfD and the Jewish community - Australia-Israel Jewish Affairs Council

The big news of Germany's recent election is the rise of Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) with 12.6% of the vote. AfD is regularly described as far-right and has campaigned strongly on an anti-immigrant and anti-Islam platform. Despite some overtures ...

German election: Merkel vows to win back right-wing voters - Clawson News

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said she wants to win back the voters who deserted her party for right-wing nationalist AfD. Mrs Merkel is set for a fourth term in office, despite heavy losses for her party in Sunday's election. She now faces ...

Africa reacts to German election results - DeathRattleSports.com

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has won a fourth term, but will have to enter tough coalition talks to form a new government. What does Africa make of the election results? We've asked our DW correspondents to comment. Deutschland G20 Afrika Treffen ...

Germany needs an alternative to AfD's politics of resentment - Financial Times

The success of Alternative for Germany in Sunday's national election can be explained by a coalition of voters who have proved useful to rightwing insurgents in other western democracies. The AfD won nearly 13 per cent of the popular vote. It appealed ...