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Die Tageszeitung, Feb. 3, 2016
"Right is the New Center," writes Berlin-based daily Die Tageszeitung on the front page of its Wednesday edition, with a picture of a garden gnome giving the middle finger.
The German daily, known for its tongue-in-cheek humor, features an analysis of a new political force to be reckoned with in the country: the Alternative for Germany (Alternative für Deutschland, or AfD), a eurosceptic right-wing party founded in 2013, which recently won seats in five German state parliaments.
Die Tageszeitung asks of this new right-wing force: "What exactly does it look like? And how is it changing democracy?"