BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday said the European Union needed to establish migrant deals with Egypt and Tunisia along the lines of the agreement it already has with Turkey.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, stung by several setbacks at the ballot box over her refugees policy, was due in Vienna Saturday for potentially tense talks with the leaders of countries along the Balkan migrant route. They includeShow More Summary
Authored by George Frideman via MauldinEconomics.com, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President François Hollande, and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi met Aug. 22 on an Italian aircraft carrier. They said they were meeting to talk about European policy after Brexit. Show More Summary
With a German federal election little more than a year away, how’s it looking for Chancellor Angela Merkel? That’s a good question. Over the weekend, her party, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), won a disappointing 17.6 percent of the vote in a regional election in Berlin, one of Germany’s 16 Länder (or states). This was […]
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel's veteran finance minister, Wolfgang Schaeuble, jumped to the defense of her conservatives' Bavarian sister party in the latest twist in a row over migrants that is damaging her re-election prospects.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel took partial responsibility for her party's worst performance in a Berlin state election, acknowledging Monday that her government's policies at the national level were a factor. Merkel pledged to work harder to address people's concerns, particularly on migrants....
German Chancellor Angela Merkel admitted to mistakes in her handling of the refugee crisis on Monday after the second state election drubbing for her CDU party in two weeks. Can she make peace with her Bavarian sister party and will she run for a fourth term next year?
Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday she would turn back time if she could to better prepare Germany for last year’s migrant influx, striking a conciliatory tone and taking some blame for her party’s drubbing in a Berlin city vote on Sunday. Merkel’s Christian Democrats (CDU)...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said her refugee policies were partly to blame for her conservative party's thrashing in state elections.
German chancellor takes responsibility for poor Berlin poll result over chaotic scenes at borders and train stations in 2015 Angela Merkel has taken responsibility for her party’s disastrous showing in Sunday’s Berlin state election, admitting mistakes in her handling of last year’s refugee crisis. Show More Summary
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday she accepted her share of responsibility for her conservatives' drubbing in a Berlin state vote on Sunday when voters punished the party for her refugee-friendly migrant policy.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel suffered a fresh setback on Sunday as voters flocked to an insurgent far-right party in a Berlin state election. Merkel’s CDU took just 17.6 percent of the vote in elections to the Berlin state legislature,...Show More Summary
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party on Monday digested another stinging poll loss, in Berlin state elections, and the relentless rise of the right-wing populist AfD which rails against her liberal refugee policy. With one year to...Show More Summary
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party suffered a historic loss in Berlin state elections Sunday while the right-wing populist AfD gained fresh support, riding a wave of popular anger over her open-door refugee policy.
The anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD) party makes gains in state elections.
These days every Land (state) election in Germany is international news. Whatever the outcome, the conclusion is always the same: the voters have punished Chancellor Angela Merkel for her generous refugees policies by voting for the far right Alternative for Germany (AfD). Show More Summary
BERLIN, Sept 18 (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives suffered their second electoral blow in two weeks on Sunday, slumping to their lowest level since reunification in 1990 in a Berlin city vote in which citizens...Show More Summary
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives look set to suffer a second electoral blow in two weeks in a Berlin city vote on Sunday as a growing number of voters are expected to express their unease with her refugee-friendly policy.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday she will no longer use "we can do it" as her rallying cry to welcome and integrate migrants in the belief it has become a mere slogan. Merkel first used the much-repeated phrase at the end...Show More Summary
This article first appeared on the Hoover Institution site. The United States and Europe are seeing a surge in populist anger toward the so-called elites. The German public, for example, is furious at Chancellor Angela Merkel for her...Show More Summary