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2012 | 6 | 17-24
Article title

Die Eurokrise und ihre strategischen Folgen für Europa

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The euro crisis and its strategic implications for Europe
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DE
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The author claims that the eurozone crisis has generated the most difficult situation Europeanintegration has faced since the 1950s. The crisis will hinder the enlargement of the European Union with new members and the process of EU democratization. The role of Germany in the EUhas been excessively increased, and Berlin will take advantage of this, persuading other partnersto adopt German solutions in terms of recovery from the crisis. With the exception of theleft-wing party (Die Linke), the remaining German political parties support the government’spoint of view. The eurozone crisis has resulted in the global deterioration of the EU’s image, contributing to a decline in its importance and impact.
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The author claims that the eurozone crisis has generated the most difficult situation Europeanintegration has faced since the 1950s. The crisis will hinder the enlargement of the European Union with new members and the process of EU democratization. The role of Germany in the EUhas been excessively increased, and Berlin will take advantage of this, persuading other partnersto adopt German solutions in terms of recovery from the crisis. With the exception of theleft-wing party (Die Linke), the remaining German political parties support the government’spoint of view. The eurozone crisis has resulted in the global deterioration of the EU’s image, contributing to a decline in its importance and impact. 
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6
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17-24
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2012-12-15
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_rie_2012_6_2
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