Merkel on EU reform: a decryption
On 3 June, the German chancellor finally gave her long-awaited answer to the proposals of the French president to reform the European Union (EU) – or at least that is how the chancellery wants the interview given to Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung to be seen. The interview spans a wide range of issues.
SUR LE MÊME THÈME
ON THE SAME THEME
Germany — France
Differences and similarities
18/01/2023 | Sacha Courtial |
The war in Ukraine:
what are the consequences for European organisations?
21/06/2022 | Anne-Julia Manaranche | Lara Martelli | Benjamin Couteau |
United in diversity? National responses to the European energy crisis
30/05/2022 | Thomas Pellerin-Carlin | Phuc-Vinh Nguyen | Leon Leuser | Karin Thalberg |
A Bruxelles, les volte-face à répétition de l’Allemagne inquiètent
15/03/2023 | Sébastien Maillard |
Pascal Lamy s’exprime sur la relation franco-allemande
22/01/2023 | Pascal Lamy |
FRANCE-ALLEMAGNE : 60ÈME ANNIVERSAIRE DU TRAITÉ DE L’ÉLYSÉE À LA SORBONNE
22/01/2023 | Nicole Gnesotto |
Euroquestions | How European is the new German coalition ?
Euroquestions | The German energy transition: challenges for a new coalition [FR]
Euroquestions | German elections: what ambitions for the green party? [FR]
Paris, 12 April 2019 – Session no.6 of the Académie Notre Europe: economic and monetary Union
Nicosia, 16 March 2018 – The political landscape of EMU reform
Athens, 8 February 2018 – Athens’ days: Greece, paths for hope
Barcelona, 22 September 2017 – After the crisis, a push forward for the eurozone
Paris, 21 July 2017 – The future of the Eurozone and the Multiannual Financial Framework
Lisbon, 24th January – High-level seminar on the future of the euro
Vienna, 24 November – Fiscal union – Toward a treasury for the euro area?
Brussels, 16 June 2016 – Eurozone budget
Paris, 21 March 2016 – Legitimacy and democracy in the Euro Area: what further steps?