Ukraine as turning point for Europe?

Andreas Noll, Deutsche Welle, 03.05.2014

Quotes

Link to original article


Some crises profoundly change the world order - the eurozone crisis led to a European banking union, for example. Could the crisis in Ukraine have a lasting effect on the European Union, like in energy policy? [...]

While people from the Baltic States, Poland and Scandinavia are worried for their safety - people are quite outspoken about their fear of Russia - others such as Germans, French and Dutch have been more relaxed. And so are Mediterranean people. At the moment, Europe has been speaking with a single voice, said Janis Emmanouilidis, director of the European Policy Centre in Brussels. However, as the conflict drags on, it will become more complicated to maintain unity, he said. [...]

See original text at Deutsche Welle here



Latest media contributions

Interview zu den EP-Wahlen
Interview, NDR2 – Kurier um 12, 24.05.2019

EU-Wahl 2019: Richtungswahl mit vielen Unbekannten
Quotes, BR (GER), 23.05.2019

Platzhirsche gegen Antikräfte
Quotes, tagesschau.de, 23.05.2019

Orçamento da UE opõe o norte ao sul
Quotes, Deutsche Welle, 23.05.2019

‘Druk van populisten verenigt pro-Europese krachten’: Europese wijk zet zich schrap voor EU-parlementsverkiezingen
Quotes, De Morgen (BE), 22.05.2019

Big Question for EU Vote: How Well Will the Far-Right Do?
Quotes, The New York Times / The Washington Post, 22.05.2019

Niederländer und Briten starten Europawahl
Quotes, Deutsche Welle & Focus, 22.05.2019

El escándalo austriaco y la ultraderecha europea
Quotes, Deutsche Welle, 21.05.2019

FPÖ-Skandal wird Rechte in der EU kaum schwächen
Quotes, Deutsche Welle & Focus, 21.05.2019

The EU’s rising red tide
Quotes, Politico, 20.05.2019


Media