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Europe is angry

By Ulrich Beck Germany’s European policy is about to undergo a transformation as significant as Ostpolitik –the country’s improvement of relations with the Soviet bloc — was in the early 1970s. While that policy was characterized by the slogan “change through rapprochement,” … Continue reading

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Rising to the Challenge

In an increasingly dis-unified Europe, stifled by debt, fear of social unrest and political panic, one country seems to be rising to the challenge .. After painful decades of coming to terms with their role in two world wars, there … Continue reading

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Europe Re-divided

By George Soros The so-called euro crisis is generally seen exclusively as a currency crisis, but it is also a sovereign-debt crisis – and even more a banking crisis. The situation’s complexity has bred confusion, and that confusion has political … Continue reading

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