May 092013
 

Germany’s (very polite) answer to UKIP is “Alternative für Deutschland” (AfD), a new party that wants to abolish the Euro. While this is certainly a novelty in German party politics, I don’t think it’s a game changer for the September election. Why? Read my guest post on the AfD over at the LSE’s excellent European Politics and Policy blog.

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