Germany is unequivocally the EU’s most important member state. Familiarity with the character of its role in the EU, its European policy and the underlying determinants are therefore of central importance to the present and future of the EU. Our study has sought to give a comprehensive view of Germany’s relationship with the EU and to offer deeper illustration through the monetary and foreign policy areas.
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William E. Paterson
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