Bret Stephens on Germany

Bret Stephens of the Jerusalem Post provides a thoughtful analysis of the new Germany. Stephens is upbeat. He notes that the popularity rating of the execrable Chancellor Schroeder hovers at about 23 percent. Although this “mainly is on account of his hapless economic management,” Stephens also finds that “many Germans, including opponents of the war, realize their long-term diplomatic interests have not been served by their Chancellor’s short-term political calculations.” Stephens also believes that Germany has not “shown any signs of creeping anti-Semitism of the kind so evident in Belgium and France. After conservative parliamentarian Martin Hohmann commented that Jews were a Taetervolk


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