Trump and Putin, two of the world's most powerful men, both lost out big time to German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The party calls for a crackdown on asylum seekers and has said that Islam is not compatible with German values.
Germans appear to have looked at the uncertainty in Britain and the U.S. after votes for Brexit and Donald Trump and plumped for stability.
Over 80 percent of Germans feel good about Merkel’s ability to “do the right thing on the world stage,” the Pew Research Study showed.
Leif-Erik Holm of the hard-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) is mounting a robust challenge to Chancellor Angela Merkel in her constituency as she seeks re-election on Sept. 24.
President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have notable disagreements on the issue of climate change.
Besides Donald Trump's erratic behavior, American influence on the global stage is on the wane.
"If we simply try to carry on as we have in the past, the worldwide developments will definitely not be sustainable and inclusive," Merkel said.
Pro-Kremlin activists, far-right users, and anti-migrant users are banding together on social media.
Men and women can pray together at the Berlin mosque, which is open to both Sunnis and Shiites.
Kohl was instrumental in the reunification of his country and in the development of the euro single currency.
The German chancellor grew up in Eastern Germany before the fall of the Berlin Wall.
The German Chancellor was unimpressed with Trump's failure to commit to the Paris climate deal during the G7 summit.
The surprise move comes as the Eurofighter, Germany's joint military creation with its neighbors, faces technical challenges and the cost of U.S. jets declines.
A new poll suggests Merkel's party will beat the opposition SPD September's elections, extending her 12-year chancellorship.
The two leaders' differing views on trade, Russia and immigration led to some uncomfortable moments at a joint news conference which ended oddly.