The German Rescue of the Eurozone: How Germany Is Getting the Europe It Always Wanted
David Art examines Germany’s role in managing the Eurozone crisis. He ﬁnds that Chancellor Angela Merkel has used the crisis to reassert long-standing German preferences on ﬁscal and monetary policy. He argues that the German rescue of the Eurozone has thus come on German terms and constitutes a major institutional redesign of the European Union.
Cleavage Politics and the Populist Right: The New Cultural Conflict in Western Europe, Simon Bornschier Reviewed by David Art
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