Philine Schuseil

The outcome of this month’s federal elections will not change Germany’s course on Europe.

On 22 September, Germany will hold federal elections. Philine Schuseil provides an overview of the potential coalitions which might emerge from the elections, and the policies of each of the major parties on Europe and the Eurozone crisis. Using recent opinion polls, she argues that the next German government is likely to be a ‘grand coalition’ between Angela Merkel’s CDU/CSU […]

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Germany may be heading towards a referendum on further European integration

Is Germany heading towards a referendum? Philine Schuseil argues that the question of the compatibility of the German constitution with further European integration is at the heart of current debates in Germany. The Federal Constitutional Court (FCC) will decide in September on whether the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) exceeds the limits of the Basic Law. Meanwhile, a debate on holding a […]

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Support for saving the Euro within German industry is deeply split. Large exporters want to see the Euro continue, small and family firms do not.

Do German business leaders support measures to prop up the Euro and prevent Greece from exiting the currency? Philine Schuseil writes that there seems to be a division in support, with German family businesses in favour of regulatory rules and less integration for the Eurozone, and those who run larger firms and export-orientated businesses defending the Euro and moves towards greater […]

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