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Fears that Greece’s financial problems could spill over into an international context upsetting the markets proved unfounded as European compromise provided Greece with short-term breathing space. But the Greek saga proved that Germany has the strength and power to drive European policy impacting all other EU members.
Professor Enrico Colombatto
Elections for the European Parliament in May 2014 are likely to see a record number of eurosceptic or populist parties from both ends of the political spectrum. This will mean no clear majority for a centre-right / liberal or a centre-left / Green coalition so what impact will this have on the parliament’s work?
Dr. Michael Wohlgemuth