Germany and the European Union. Europe’s Reluctant Hegemony?

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By Prof. S. J. Bulmer & Prof. W. Paterson | Published by Macmillan International, 2019

ISBN 978-3-16-148410-0

Has Germany acquired hegemonic status within the European Union? Is Berlin’s European policy becoming constrained by its domestic politics? These are just some of the key questions addressed in this new book offering a path-breaking interpretation of the role of the European Union’s most important member state. Analysing Germany’s domestic politics, European policy, relations with partners, and the resultant expressions of power within the EU, the authors – both leading scholars in the field – situate questions such as these in their historical context and bring the subject up to date by considering the centrality of Germany to the liberal order of the EU over the last turbulent decade.



“Authoritative, comprehensive, accessible and compelling are accurate descriptions of this timely book written by the world’s two leading experts on this subject. A must-read for all students of Germany and Europe.”
– Peter J. Katzenstein, Cornell University, USA

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