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Timo Behr

Timo Behr

Research associate and researcher at the Finnish Institute for International Affairs.Timo holds a ...
Janis A. Emmanouilidis

Janis A. Emmanouilidis

Senior Policy Analyst at the European Policy Centre (EPC), Brussels
Almut Möller

Almut Möller

Head of the Alfred von Oppenheim Center for European Policy Studies at the German Council on Foreign ...
William E. Paterson

William E. Paterson

Honorary Professor for German and European Politics at the Aston Centre for Europe, Aston ...
Stefan Seidendorf

Stefan Seidendorf

Dr. Stefan Seidendorf is the Head of the EU Department of the Deutsch-Französisches Institut (dfi) ...
Henrik Uterwedde

Henrik Uterwedde

Prof. Dr. Henrik Uterwedde is currently the Deputy Director of the Deutsch-Französisches Institut ...
Elvire Fabry

Elvire Fabry

Elvire Fabry is Senior Research Fellow at the Jacques Delors Institute since 2009, in charge of the ...
Renaud Dehousse

Renaud Dehousse

Renaud Dehousse graduated from Liege University (Belgium) and later from the Florence European ...
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Where is Germany Heading?

on June 7, 2011, 17:44
Studies and reports - Timo Behr, Janis A. Emmanouilidis, Almut Möller, William E. Paterson, Stefan Seidendorf, Henrik Uterwedde, Elvire Fabry and Renaud Dehousse

Questioned (wrongly) “Spanish cucumbers”, abstention to the Security Council during the vote deciding on an intervention in Libya, on abandonment sometimes considered "one-sided" of the nuclear power, the deep internal debates on the assistant to the countries of the Eurozone …

So many recent events, of very different nature, that remind us all the interest of an analysis detailed and opened by the evolution of this major country of the European Union.


A few months ago, Notre Europe has turned to a series of experts who examine the changes that have taken place in Germany’s European policy. This study explain to us what are the current driving actors and forces in Germany and if this country can really be considered more inward-looking than it used to be. Is this a long-term trend? Contributions which make perfectly echo for the current political context.


This study published in July 2010 was directed by Renaud Dehousse and Elvire Fabry.

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