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Michael Wohgemuth

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Nov 2017

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Macrons Europavision. Von Michael Wohlgemuth

So leidenschaftlich hat schon lange kein Staatschef mehr über Europa gesprochen. Der neue französische Präsident Emmanuel Macron will nicht nur Frankreich reformieren, sondern auch gleich die ganze EU umbauen. In seiner großen, jedenfalls langen, Rede finden sich einige bedenkenswerte Vorschläge wie die Verkleinerung der ...

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MvL

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Okt 2017

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Putting Europe back on track. By Prince Michael von Liechtenstein

Europe is a wealthy and peaceful region. Its relative prosperity and social balance cause millions of non-Europeans to see it as a promised land. The subcontinent, situated at the western tip of Eurasia’s huge landmass, has managed to integrate peacefully after the wars and bloodshed of the early 20th century. This integration was ...

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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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Michael Wohgemuth

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Sep 2017

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Europe’s quango quagmire. By Michael Wohlgemuth

  Plenty of strange things go on in Brussels, and there are plenty of funny words for them, too. “Quango” is one of these. It is an acronym for “quasi-autonomous non-governmental organization.” The European Union runs and funds over 40 such agencies as separate legal entities, to provide scientific know-how, monitoring ...

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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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Michael Wohgemuth

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Mai 2017

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Political union and the legitimacy challenge. By Michael Wohlgemuth

Abstract For the first time the EU has reached not just a stopping point, but a possible turning point. The Brexit decision has only made this more evident. Using the current crisis for a ‘great leap forward’ towards ever closer ‘political union’ hardly seems realistic, even in the absence of the notorious British opposition. ...

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