Refugees in Berlin Reflect on the Far Right's Historic Election Victory
Germany voted far-right nationalists into parliament for the first time since World War II. We spent election night with some of the Syrian refugees they hate.
Angry Germans Explain Their Country's Surging Right-Wing Movement
We talked to voters in a formerly left-leaning neighborhood in Berlin that lurched toward anti-immigrant populism in this past weekend's national election.
The far right isn’t the real story of the German elections
Merkel is by far the longest-serving political leader of a major democratic state, having already survived two U.S. presidents, three French presidents, three British prime ministers, four Greek premiers, and five Italian ones.