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Special newsletter German election
Dear friends, 
As the German legislative elections are coming on September 24th, we are glad to send you an analysis of the European issues in this decisive vote for the future of Europe and a selection of our papers on Germany and the EU.

GERMAN ELECTION: LAST VOTE TO MAKE EUROPE
 
German legislative elections are quietly coming. For the French presidential election, voters had to choose their destiny ; on the contrary, apart from a last minute surprise, it seems that Angela Merkel already won the German election. According to the last Eurobarometer, the German public opinion ismostly in favor of Europe. But Europe has not been at the core of the campaign.
How can France and Germany relaunch Europe after these elections? 
In this tribune, Sébastien Maillard, director of the Jacques Delors Institute, shows us that after the legislative election on 24 September in Germany, the European political horizon will be clearer to undertake major initiatives, if the future coalition allows it. Read more.



 
Publications
Europe, Germany, France: Evolution of Public Opinions
Europe, Germany, France: Evolution of Public Opinions
Opinion polls show us that Europe enjoys again public opinions' approval, with the significant support of the French and the German. Nevertheless, they continue to differ on their judgments on economy and globalisation.
2017/13/09 Read more
France and Germany: Spearheading a European Security and Defence Union?
France and Germany: Spearheading a European Security and Defence Union?
Despite a joint vision of France and Germany on a European Security and Defence Union, only cautious steps have been taken so far. This paper advocates incremental steps towards a more ambitious European Security and Defence Union. 
2017/26/07 Read more
#DigitalAmitié: a Franco-German Axis to Drive Digital Growth and Integration
#DigitalAmitié: a Franco-German Axis to Drive Digital Growth and Integration
The EU lags behind the US and parts of Asia when it comes to digital growth. The Commission put forward an encompassing reform program to counter them: The Digital Single Market Strategy. But will that strategy suffice to unleash the full digital potential of the EU?
2017/30/03 Read more
Terrorist threat and refugee crisis: French and German answers
Terrorist threat and refugee crisis: French and German answers
This Tribune is the result of the "Think Tanks Tandem", a series of meetings organized between July and October 2016 with representatives of French and German think tanks to discuss the terrorist threat, the refugee crisis (July 2016), the Common Security and Defense Policy of the European Union ...
2017/23/01 Read more
France and Germany in the refugee crisis: united in diversity?
France and Germany in the refugee crisis: united in diversity?
This Synthesis by Nicole Koenig, Research Fellow at the Jacques Delors Institut-Berlin, presents the main analyses and guidelines resulting from the round table on EU migration policy, within the Think Tanks Tandem initiative, on 8-9 July 2016.
2016/17/11 Read more
The struggle against islamist terrorism: Franco-German and European responses
The struggle against islamist terrorism: Franco-German and European responses
This Synthesis by Yves Bertoncini tries to present the main analyses and guidelines resulting from the round table on struggling against islamist terrorism, within the Think Tanks Tandem initiative, on 8-9 July 2016.
2016/27/10 Read more
Germany and the stability of the EMU
Germany and the stability of the EMU
In their Policy paper Henrik Enderlein, Katharina Gnath und Jörg Haas show how Germany’s concept of a “stability community” has shaped the common currency. They also highlight areas where the monetary union is still incomplete.
2016/29/01 Read more
Europe must rise to the challenges
Europe must rise to the challenges
This franco-German appeal for an enhanced transnational cooperation, co-signed by members of parliaments from France and Germany, has been published on the 17 March 2016 in Les Échos, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and the Financial Times.
2016/17/03 Read more
Strengthening the European electricity market through improved Franco-German cooperation
Strengthening the European electricity market through improved Franco-German cooperation
This Policy Paper by Stefan Bössner analyses the bilateral energy relationship between France and Germany, with a focus on the electricity sector and makes proposals on how bilateral Franco-German cooperation could be extended in this field.
2015/16/03 Read more
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