The dust has not yet settled on the German political scene in the wake of the Sept. 26 federal parliament elections. Yet continuity in the country’s policy towards the Middle East is the most likely outcome under any new government.
Little prospects for change
In recent years Germany’s Middle East policy priorities have centered around relations with Israel, Syrian refugees, fighting terrorism and the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. There are three reasons why there is little likelihood that these priorities will change as a result of the September elections...
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