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Alice_Buckley_NEU

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Okt 2017

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„What Jamaica means for Brexit“ – Reflections of a Londoner in Berlin. By Alice Buckley

We Brits like to think that everyone is as obsessed with Brexit developments as we are. Of course, the truth is that for most of our fellow Europeans outside the Brussels elite, Brexit comes way down the list of priorities. For evidence of this, look no further than last month’s German election campaign: much was […]

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Prof. Dr Michael Wohlgemuth

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Aug 2017

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Germany votes: another four years of Merkel – but which Merkel? By Michael Wohlgemuth

After 12 years as German chancellor, Angela Merkel will almost certainly be reelected to another term in September, when Germans vote in federal elections. As the leader of the most economically and politically stable of Europe’s large countries, it is hard to challenge her. It helps that she has a talent for changing her mind […]

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vincenzo scarpetta

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Feb 2017

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Is the relationship between Juncker and Berlin cracking? By Vincenzo Scarpetta

At least three elements in the past couple of days have led me to think that the relationship between European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and Germany may be cracking. Merkel asked Juncker to delay publication of revamped EU integration plans Earlier this week, Italian daily La Repubblica reported that Juncker may ...

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Michael Wohgemuth

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Jan 2017

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Merkel and the myth of German hegemony. By Michael Wohlgemuth

More than any other major country in Europe, Germany has reason to be optimistic about 2017. Economically, gross domestic product is expected to grow by another 1.3 percent (somewhat less than in 2016, mainly due to calendar effects), employment should reach record highs (with more and more refugees filling gaps) while the jobless ...

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Gérard Bökenkamp

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Jul 2015

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Griechenlandkrise wird zu Merkels Krise. Von Gérard Bökenkamp

Merkel hatte die Wahlen im Jahr 2005 in den Sand gesetzt. Lange Zeit hatte die CDU/CSU deutlich vor der SPD gelegen, zum Teil mit einer absoluten Mehrheit. Die unpopulären Agenda-2010-Reformen und fünf Millionen Arbeitslose schienen der Union einen klaren Sieg zu versprechen. Doch dann wurde es knapp. Die CDU/CSU lag mit 35,2 ...

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Gérard Bökenkamp

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Jun 2015

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EU-Reform: Erste Zeichen für eine deutsch-britische Einigung. Von Gérard Bökenkamp

In der Berichterstattung über den Besuch von Premierminister David Cameron bei Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel, bei dem Cameron für eine Reform der Europäischen Union geworben hat, wird allgemein das gute Einvernehmen mit der Bundeskanzlerin hervorgehoben. Angela Merkel erklärte: “Änderungen im Vertragsrecht sind keine ...

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