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This synthesis sets out to illustrate the main arguments and ideas expounded by Ulrich Beck in his latest book “German Europe”. He suggests notably a comparison between Niccolò Machiavelli and Angela Merkel in what he calls the “Merkiavelli model”.

| 23/04/2013

This synthesis sets out to illustrate the main arguments and ideas expounded by Ulrich Beck in his latest book German Europe.

Ideas developed are the following:
1. Europe torn apart by the crisis;
2. A new balance of forces in Europe;
3. Germany, an accidental empire;
4. The “Merkiavelli model”, or the policy of hesitation;
5. A new “social contract” in Europe.

The author concludes his book wondering if we are heading towards a “European spring”.

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