Germany’s Elections, a Turkey-UAE Thaw and More

A poster of the Social Democratic Party candidate for chancellor, Olaf Scholz, at the party’s headquarters just after German parliamentary elections in Berlin, Sept. 26, 2021 (AP photo by Michael Sohn).
A poster of the Social Democratic Party candidate for chancellor, Olaf Scholz, at the party’s headquarters just after German parliamentary elections in Berlin, Sept. 26, 2021 (AP photo by Michael Sohn).
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Editor’s Note: This is the web version of our subscriber-only Weekly Wrap-Up newsletter, which gives a rundown of the week’s top stories on WPR. Subscribe to receive it by email every Saturday. If you’re already a subscriber,  adjust your newsletter settings to receive it directly to your email inbox. Germany’s elections are of global significance under normal circumstances. As the European Union’s biggest economy and political powerhouse, Germany plays a huge role in shaping the bloc’s policy, which in turn has major implications for global trade and geopolitics. But several factors made the circumstances surrounding Sunday’s elections exceptional. To begin with, after 16 […]

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