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Ulrike Guérot


Ulrike Guérot was Senior Policy Fellow at ECFR from 2007 until 2013. 


By Ulrike Guérot

Germany's views on the European crisis won't change (Commentary)

by Nicholas Walton & Ulrike Guérot - 23rd September, 2013

Germany will continue to dissapoint the rest of Europe. Angela Merkel will remain cautious and resistant to grand plans, no matter how much Europeans want her to act.

Cover: The German election: What Europe expects - and what Germany will not do

The German election: What Europe expects - and what Germany will not do

by Ulrike Guérot - 05th September, 2013

Germany will not provide clear leadership for Europe

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Britain's European catharsis (Commentary)

by Ulrike Guérot - 30th January, 2013

Like Greece, Spain and Germany, Britain now faces a cathartic moment when it needs to decide what price it is worth paying to stay in the European Union: coolheaded rationality must prevail over emotion

 

The view from the capitals: the EU budget summit (Commentary)

by Dimitar Bechev & Jonas Parello-Plesner & José Ignacio Torreblanca & Mark Leonard & Silvia Francescon & Thomas Klau & Ulrike Guérot - 21st November, 2012

On Thursday EU leaders will meet in Brussels to discuss the EU budget for the next seven years. ECFR experts in Spain, the UK, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Germany and Italy tell us what to expect. 

 

Why Poland is the new France for Germany (Commentary)

by Konstanty Gebert & Ulrike Guérot - 19th October, 2012

Germany and Poland have become close political allies. The future of the European Union may be decided in Berlin and Warsaw. But has Poland replaced France as Germany's most trusted European partner? 

 

Reinventing Europe: Germany debates political union

by Ulrike Guérot - 05th September, 2012

From our Reinvention of Europe series of National papers

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Reinventing Europe: Germany debates political union (Commentary)

by Ulrike Guérot - 05th September, 2012

As part of the ’Reinventing Europe' project, ECFR is publishing a series of papers on the national debates within EU member states over the crisis and the future direction of Europe. The sixth paper in the series analyses the situation in Germany ahead of the Constitutional Court's crucial ESM verdict.

 

The Long Shadow of Ordoliberalism (Commentary)

by Sebastian Dullien & Ulrike Guérot - 27th July, 2012

In its attempts to rescue the euro, Germany is often seen as the odd country out. However, what is seldom understood abroad is that the German position is about more than limiting its own fiscal exposure.

 


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