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Barbara Donovan

Wesleyan College

Issues: Domestic PolicyRegions: GermanyType: AnalysisProjects: The 2021 Bundestag Election and Results

Barbara Donovan is Professor of Political Science and Dupont Guerry Chair of History and Economics at Wesleyan College. She teaches courses in comparative and international politics. Her areas of specialization are German and European politics, democratization, regional integration, and immigration. She received her B.A. in International Relations from Tufts University, her M.A. from the University of London, and her Ph.D. from Georgetown University.

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Opposition(s) in a Fragmented Party System

The politics of opposition in Germany are increasingly complicated. For much of the early history of the Federal Republic, the party system was a two-bloc affair, with one side in …