Category: the political frog

Sense(less) and (In)Sensibility in 2020

Here are the two most sensible articles I have come across this week: The Secret to Germany’s COVID-19 Success: Angela Merkel Is a Scientist and New Zealand’s Prime Minister May Be the Most Effective Leader on the Planet and I share them in reaction to the most recent press conference of the US President suggesting

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Election 2017: Germany vs. Germany Part II

The morning after: this is the time everyone wakes up from the drunken stupor and realizes the disastrous mistakes committed the day before. It is indeed the time of reckoning for all political parties in Germany, after what is being referred to by German media as a “political earthquake” or a veritable tectonic shift in

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Election 2017: Germany vs. Germany

Over 61 million Germans are expected to exercise their right to vote today, as the political parties declare a campaign ceasefire and allow the democratic process to take place. The indomitable Chancellor Angela Merkel from the Christian Democratic Party is seeking her fourth term, hoping to lead Germany and the rest of the European Union

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