Britain’s Choice

The shaky new government can’t ignore it much longer.

Two of the most powerful nations in the last two centuries are currently laboring under patently unworkable governments.

On the one hand, Germany wobbles under a coalition government that has recently lost its majority in the nation’s upper house of parliament, the Bundesrat. Its chancellor faces pressure from the public and her fellow politicians due to a poor showing leading the country since Germany’s last federal election in September 2009.

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