Germany's Social Democrats voted to form a coalition government with Angela Merkel's conservatives, averting a political crisis
Good for stability -- bad for democracy? Angela Merkel averts crisis and forms another (not so) grand coalition. Our story [email protected]
Party's over! For months, Chinese diplomats mocked Germany's democracy for not having a government. Many in the German business community were embarrassingly eager to applaud. Coalition treaty shows the new government understands the China challenge well.
Germany’s Social Democrats vote in favor of forming another government with Merkel’s conservatives, ending nearly six months of political limbo and clearing the way for her to remain chancellor for another four years.
An alternative headline might be "US media deeply disappointed Germans couldn't figure out which crisis everyone else was talking about"