JULY 10–14, 2019

Germany

Anna Sauerbrey, PhD

Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Der Tagesspiegel

Contributing Opinion Writer
International New York Times

Anna Sauerbrey, PhD, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Der Tagesspiegel; Contributing Opinion Writer, International New York Times, reported that Germany is facing an identity crisis as the neo-right gains popularity as evidenced by the emerging far-right political party Alternative for Germany (Alternative für Deutschland, AfD). While this identify crisis does not threaten Germany’s overall political stability, it has introduced more players into the country’s changing political scene, altered the traditional coalitions of government, and turned the country’s attention inward.

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JULY 10–14, 2019

Germany

Anna Sauerbrey, PhD

Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Der Tagesspiegel

Contributing Opinion Writer
International New York Times

Anna Sauerbrey, PhD, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Der Tagesspiegel; Contributing Opinion Writer, International New York Times, reported that Germany is facing an identity crisis as the neo-right gains popularity as evidenced by the emerging far-right political party Alternative for Germany (Alternative für Deutschland, AfD). While this identify crisis does not threaten Germany’s overall political stability, it has introduced more players into the country’s changing political scene, altered the traditional coalitions of government, and turned the country’s attention inward.

JULY 10–14, 2019

Germany

Anna Sauerbrey, PhD

Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Der Tagesspiegel

Contributing Opinion Writer
International New York Times

Anna Sauerbrey, PhD, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Der Tagesspiegel; Contributing Opinion Writer, International New York Times, reported that Germany is facing an identity crisis as the neo-right gains popularity as evidenced by the emerging far-right political party Alternative for Germany (Alternative für Deutschland, AfD). While this identify crisis does not threaten Germany’s overall political stability, it has introduced more players into the country’s changing political scene, altered the traditional coalitions of government, and turned the country’s attention inward.