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  01.10.05 | 05:46 UTC
  Outside Perspective   
Foreign Media Warm Up to Grand Coalition
The black-red coalition might just tango together on reforms The black-red coalition might just tango together on reforms
Most foreign media painted a bleak picture of Germany's prospects after the country's inconclusive poll. But with a grand coalition likely to take power, many foreign correspondents feel it may not be the worst option.more
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Election Forum 
Who will govern after Germany's early elections and what are the key issues at stake? Share your opinions with other DW-WORLD readers.
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 Women in Politics   
Merkel is holding her own in untested waters Changing the Rules of the Men-Only Game 
Merkel is holding her own in untested waters
Despite equality laws, quotas for women and vitriolic feminists, Germany has yet to see a woman climb to the highest rung of political power. All eyes are now on Angela Merkel to see if she gains entry to the boys’ club.more
  Dossier   
Will Schröder stay or Merkel come?
The Road to the Chancellory 
Germans have voted, but it remains unclear whether Chancellor Gerhard Schröder will remain in office or whether conservative challenger Angela Merkel will succeed him. DW-WORLD takes a look at the recent developments.more
Will Schröder stay or Merkel come?
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Changing the Rules of the Men-Only Game

Government Denies Resignation Rumors
 Election Aftermath   
Speculation abounds on whether it's Schröder's time to say goodbye Government Denies Resignation Rumors 
Speculation abounds on whether it's Schröder's time to say goodbye
While Germans wait for the announcement of a new government, speculation is rising about Chancellor Gerhard Schröder's resignation. Meanwhile, the opposition believes more and more in a grand coalition.more
 DW's Take   
Germany's small parties have been relegated to the opposition Opinion: Germany's New Opposition 
Germany's small parties have been relegated to the opposition
No politician ever wants a seat in the loyal opposition, but Germany's three small parties could use their position to make strategic decisions the bigger parties wouldn't tolerate, says Deutsche Welle's Heinz Dylong.more
 Parties   
Hoping for the right direction under new leadership Germany's Greens Prepare for New Role 
Hoping for the right direction under new leadership
After seven, sometimes turbulent, years in government, what's next for the world's most successful Green Party? The selection of new parliamentary leaders on Tuesday may have given some indication.more
 Chancellor and Candidate
Gerhard Schröder and Angela Merkel are competing for Germany's top job in the upcoming elections. Review their political careers in pictures.
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Finding the Will to Compromise in Germany 23.09.2005
CDU, SPD Closer Than They Think 23.09.2005
Rivals Vow More Talks to Break Deadlock 22.09.2005
 
 
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