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Clouds Gather on the Horizon of Germany's New Political Landscape

Cameron Munter
Board of Contributors
Sep 27, 2017 | 09:00 GMT
A disassembled election billboard of Martin Schulz, leader of Germany's Social Democratic Party. The SPD won only 20 percent of the vote in Germany's Sept. 24 federal elections.

A disassembled election billboard of Martin Schulz, leader of Germany's Social Democratic Party. The SPD won only 20 percent of the vote in Germany's Sept. 24 federal elections.

(KARL-JOSEF HILDENBRAND/AFP/Getty Images)

This weekend, Angela Merkel won a fourth term as Germany's chancellor. Entering into her 13th year in the position, she is now one of the longest-serving leaders in postwar German and European history. The anticipated victory of her party, the Christian Democratic Union, and its Bavarian ally, the Christian Social...

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