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Mrz 2017

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After 60 years of European integration: a new variable geometry? By Michael Wohlgemuth

The EU has good reasons to celebrate its last 60 years – or at least most of it: it promoted peace, democracy and cooperation among its members and created the world’s largest single market. The seemingly unidirectional process of ever further enlargement and ever further deepening of the Union, however, has come to an end […]

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pieter cleppe

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Mrz 2017

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A glimpse at EU member states’ guidelines for the Brexit negotiations. By Pieter Cleppe

Dutch daily De Volkskrant has more on the long-awaited ‘guidelines’ that will determine the position of the 27 remaining EU member states in the upcoming Brexit negotiations. Open Europe’s Pieter Cleppe provides a summary of the revelations. The document only contains ten pages and would only have been seen by six ...

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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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ECONWATCH2_01

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Feb 2017

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EU durch differenzierte Integrationstiefen stärken. Von Susanne Cassel und Tobias Thomas

Bei dem Referendum vom 23. Juni 2016 haben die Briten für einen Paukenschlag gesorgt und für den Austritt aus der Europäischen Union gestimmt. Neben der Frage, wie dieser Austritt vollzogen werden und wie das künftige Verhältnis zwischen der EU und Großbritannien aussehen soll, hat der Brexit auch die grundsätzliche Frage ...

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Brexit judgement

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Jan 2017

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Theresa May should be able to take this defeat in her stride. By Henry Newman

It seems likely that the prime minister’s Brexit timetable will not be significantly affected by the government’s defeat in the Supreme Court. Lawyers and legal analysts will pick over the broader implications of the judgement but the country’s highest court has ruled that the government lacks the legal authority to trigger ...

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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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