In last Sunday's German elections, Angela Merkel was not on the ballot. After sixteen years, German voters will be choosing someone else to be Chancellor and lead them into a new era. Change is in the air, but it's not clear what kind of change the people want. The result is a much more complex German political environment for a much more complex world. In this special briefing, FPRI's Ron Granieri will discuss the campaign, the results, and what is likely to happen next.