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Latest update : 2011-04-18

EU integration: has Germany fallen out of love with Europe?

Germany has long been regarded as one of the most passionate supporters of EU integration. But Berlin’s recent decision to abstain on the UN Security Council resolution on Libya (sponsored by France and the UK), plus its slow response to the eurozone crisis, have worried observers. Has Germany turned its back on Europe? Do Germans still believe in the single currency?

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Sven GIEGOLD
German MEP, Group of the Greens

Sylvie GOULARD
French MEP, Alliance of Liberals and Democrats


Presented by Christophe Robeet

Prepared by Anastassia Metral

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2018-02-03 agriculture

A fair deal for farmers: How to make agriculture pay in 2018 & beyond? (part 1)

Rolling green fields, happy animals and rosy-cheeked fruit-pickers: that's the classic storybook image of farming that many of us grow up with, but the reality is often far from...

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2017-11-26 European Union

Europeans and their food: World-beaters in tradition and traceability?

This month, Talking Europe takes a closer look at just what goes into European food – and asks whether Europe’s tight regulations are working, given the Fipronil egg scandal, as...

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2018-02-10 Slovakia

Slovakia's Europe minister on Bratislava's place in the EU and migrant quotas

This year marks 25 years since one of the countries right at the heart of Europe split in two. This was no civil war, but an event dubbed "The Velvet Revolution", which separated...

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2018-02-10 European Parliament

Equally European: Protecting the EU's minorities

Europe is a patchwork of cultures and people. But there's concern here at the European Parliament that the EU's ethnic minorities and minority languages have been somewhat...

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2018-02-03 Common Agricultural Policy

A fair deal for farmers: How to make agriculture pay in 2018 & beyond? (part 2)

Rolling green fields, happy animals and rosy-cheeked fruit-pickers: that's the classic storybook image of farming that many of us grow up with, but the reality is often far from...

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