by Andreas Zumach The German People’s Union (DVU), one of Germany’s extreme- right parties, scored 13.2 percent of the vote in recent parliamentary elections in Sachsen-Anhalt, one of the 16 states of the country. No right-wing party has achieved such a strong showing in Germany since the end of the Nazi regime in 1945. On […]

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