American Institute for Contemporary German Studies

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American Institute for Contemporary German Studies
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1400 16th St NW
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Deadly mix - Fatigue, fear , frustration drive the AfD success @DrJJanes twitter.com/simonimous/sta…


RT @JanoschDelcker: 690 seats in the next Bundestag, according to @tagesschau / Infratest dimap. Here's why that is a problem: https://t.co…


It is interesting to see SPD leaders claiming they will go into opposition to make sure they are largest opposition party-not AfD @DrJJanes


discussion a lot like the post Nov 16 elections discussion in US. How did Trump (AfD) win the election?Why did voters drift away?DrJJanes


The votes going to the AfD came from all parties but most CDU/CSU =over 1Million , then from SPD and die Linke. @DrJJanes

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|German Election|The German Election Only Looks Boring By Stephen F. Szabo The consensus on this week’s election in Germany is that it has been a boring campaign, it’s outcome a done deal, and that we can all look forward to four more years of Chancellor Angela Merkel. However, this may turn out to be one of the least predictable elections in recent German history. It is clear that Angela Merkel and the Christian Democrats, with their Bavarian sister party the CSU, will emerge as the largest group in the new Bundestag and that Merkel will be chancellor. Read more: http://ow.ly/cGag30fgXKa

|German Election| Are you following AICGS on Twitter? Dr. Jack Janes will be live-tweeting the results of Germany's election TODAY, and what they might mean for the next governing coalition. Don't miss it.

|German Election| Angela Merkel: 4.0 By Jack Janes On September 24, Angela Merkel is likely to match former chancellor Helmut Kohl by winning a fourth election to become Chancellor of Germany. Following that, the question is: what will be the color of her coalition? It’s possible that after the election she will govern Germany with a third version of coalition partners—a remarkable display of political talent, instinct, and adaptability in an enormously challenging and turmoil-filled environment. Over the past dozen years since Merkel was first elected in 2005, she has seen three different U.S. presidents come and go; witnessed heads of government throughout Europe defeated and replaced; and survived a series of national and global crises. Read more: http://ow.ly/DXfW30fkh6R

|Notizen Weekly| AICGS' weekly news round-up for September 22 http://ow.ly/l83i30flKKI

|German Election| With turbulence all around, Germans like the stability and predictability Merkel offers, AICGS President Jack Janes told the LA Times.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is seeking a fourth four-year term in the nation's general election Sunday.