Publications

The results of the French president’s visit to Berlin prove that Germany is unwilling to support the proposals for thorough reforms of the eurozone.

Analyses
2018-04-25
Kamil Frymark
Konrad Popławski

Brexit has triggered a significant dispute inside the government coalition in Germany over the policy they should adopt in the EU.

Analyses
2016-06-29
Kamil Frymark
Konrad Popławski

On 8 April, the German Minister of Finance, Wolfgang Schäuble, criticised the European Central Bank (ECB) for its aggressive monetary policy.

Analyses
2016-04-20
Konrad Popławski

Germany wants to show that it does not accept any of the ECB’s actions aimed at supporting eurozone member states unless it has first been consulted.

Analyses
2015-12-16
Konrad Popławski

The deal struck with Greece overnight on 12 and 13 July has proven that Germany has an ever stronger position in the eurozone.

Analyses
2015-07-15
Konrad Popławski

Germany’s favourable stance on the quota scheme is a new element in the country’s asylum policy. Berlin has previously been opposed to it.

Analyses
2015-05-20
Artur Ciechanowicz
Kamil Frymark

Germany is working on a plan which would allow Greece to remain in the eurozone, even if the government in Athens announces that the country is bankrupt.

Analyses
2015-04-22
Konrad Popławski

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership offers a chance for improving relations between Germany and the USA for the first time in many years.

OSW Studies
2015-03-24
Konrad Popławski

The agreement between the eurozone and Greece is a tactical victory for Germany. The government in Berlin took a tough stance in the month-long negotiations.

Analyses
2015-03-04
Konrad Popławski

The negotiations on the banking union have confirmed that Germany has emerged as an undisputed leader within the EU.

OSW Commentary
2014-01-10
Konrad Popławski

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