The blog argues that the parties most likely to form a government after the 2017 German election are less likely to (collectively) address fears of social exclusion, also as a result of European integration, than the former government formed by Christian Democrats (leading) and Social Democrats. Also, experience in EU politics is less pronounced than before. Thus, under the continuing chancellorship of Angela Merkel, some discontinuity is to be expected.
|Type||Blog - German elections, impact on Brexit|
|Media of output||QPOL|
|Publication status||Published - 25 Sep 2017|
- European Union