Articles on Almut Möller

Can Slovakia and the Czech Republic overcome Europe’s east-west divide? (Commentary)

Almut Möller & Milan Nič - 11 February 2019

Prague and Bratislava can jointly develop a more visible profile within the Visegrad 4 group and counter the overall dominance of Hungary and Poland

Bracing for Brexit: Could ‘no deal’ chaos spread to Germany? (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 18 January 2019

Berlin’s public pronouncements on the risks of Brexit do not yet measure up to the scale of the potential fallout

True north: Finland’s commitment to the European project (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 06 December 2018

Finland is an enthusiastic member of the European Union - but it could do with making more links across the continent

Rome alone? Italy’s weak coalition networks (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 30 October 2018

Having previously been a strong supporter of European integration, Rome's current dissidence within the EU has led to a dramatic weakening of cohesion between Italy and other EU member states

Czechs and balances: can Berlin shake up the Visegrád group? (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 11 October 2018

Having so far ignored the Czech Republic's interest in working with it, Berlin has a chance to help the country join new coalitions

An awkward embrace: Erdoğan in Germany (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 27 September 2018

As the economic crisis in Turkey intensifies, Germany should decide whether and how it wants to help

Portugal: A good European in search of friends (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 24 August 2018

Portugal has at times punched above its weight in modern EU history. But it needs new friends if it is to do so again

Mimicking membership: London’s need for a new coalition-building strategy (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 01 August 2018

New data show who in the EU is disappointed by the UK, and which common interests are worth fighting for pre-Brexit

Consensus and the Franco-German engine: New perceptions of European cooperation (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 18 July 2018

The pressure is on for Paris and Berlin to deliver beyond less controversial issues like common digital, climate, or border and coastguard policies. 

The migration crisis is not just about Merkel (Commentary)

Almut Möller - 29 June 2018

Take a look at the German party system – including the AfD’s role as largest opposition party – to understand the faultlines running under the chatter about Merkel.