Germany goes to the polls to elect a new parliament on 24 September, thereby setting the nation’s political course for the next four years. Favorites to win are the Christian Democrats with their candidate Angela Merkel.
Too much sloganeering, not enough face? Conventional or xenophobic? DW dissects Germany's election placards with the help of media psychologist Ingo Hamm.
Frauke Petry was key in pushing the Alternative for Germany (AfD) in a far-right direction and won a direct mandate in the German election. But her future with the party remains unclear after a series of public spats.
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