As The Washington Post’s Anthony Faiola reports from Berlin this week, Angela Merkel is in trouble.

The German chancellor, once one of the most popular politicians in Europe if not the world, is finding herself increasingly isolated from both other world leaders and her own electorate. The root cause of her situation seems to be quite simple: Merkel’s embrace of refugees and migrants has backfired among her peers, her supporters and her opponents.

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