The Rise Of Germanys New Right: 14012014_The_Rise_Of_Germanys_New_Right_0006

January 14, 2014 - Berlin, Germany: Bernd Lucke, co-founder of Germany's anti-euro party Alternative for Germany (AfD) stands for a portrait prior to a press conference in which he will present the former president of the Federation of Industry (BDI), Hans-Olaf Henkel as a new prominent party member. Lucke, an economist, politician and professor of macro economics at the university of Hamburg, is the AfD's current speaker. (Hermann Bredehorst/Polaris)|January 14, 2014 - Berlin, Berlin,Germany: Bernd Lucke, cofounder of Germany's anti-euro party Alternative for Germany (AfD, Alternative fuer Deutschland) stands for a portrait  prior to a press conference in which he presented the former president of the Federation of Industry (BDI), Hans-Olaf Henkel as a new prominent party member. Lucke, an economist, politician and professor of macro economics at the university of Hamburg, is the AfD's current speaker. |

January 14, 2014 - Berlin, Germany: Bernd Lucke, co-founder of Germany's anti-euro party Alternative for Germany (AfD) stands for a portrait prior to a press conference in which he will present the former president of the Federation of Industry (BDI), Hans-Olaf Henkel as a new prominent party member. Lucke, an economist, politician and professor of macro economics at the university of Hamburg, is the AfD's current speaker. (Hermann Bredehorst/Polaris)

|January 14, 2014 - Berlin, Berlin,Germany: Bernd Lucke, cofounder of Germany's anti-euro party Alternative for Germany (AfD, Alternative fuer Deutschland) stands for a portrait prior to a press conference in which he presented the former president of the Federation of Industry (BDI), Hans-Olaf Henkel as a new prominent party member. Lucke, an economist, politician and professor of macro economics at the university of Hamburg, is the AfD's current speaker. |