Category Archives: Paris

The Franco-German Tandem is Back

The European Union is still struggling to protect the euro currency against new turbulences. Member states agree that the current Stability and Growth Pact needs to be reformed to give the sanctions regime a stronger clout, and that the Union … Continue reading

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Remember the Schuman Declaration?

May 9th, 1950 was a revolutionary day for Europe. 60 years ago, the then French Foreign Minister Rober Schuman with a visionary speech in Paris laid the foundations for the peaceful re-unification of the European continent devastated by two wars. … Continue reading

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Remember the “Weimar Triangle”?

The Federal Government is apparently worried about an “Eastern bloc” that has emerged in the European Union and that has an increasingly “anti-integrationist” stance. That is why the Federal Government is trying to re-activate the “Weimar Triangle” these days. The … Continue reading

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