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Christian Odendahl speaks to Sky News on the results of the German electioins (from 02.50 mins)
Christian Odendahl, chief economist at the Centre for European Reform joined the LSE to disuss the forthcoming elections in Germany have important implications for Germany, for Europe and international politics.
For the UK, the next German Chancellor will likely have a crucial impact on the ‘BREXIT’ outcome. The re-election of Angela Merkel would further strengthen her international status – not to be underestimated by Moscow or Washington. But recent elections in different countries have produced surprises, on occasions. The elections may give a signal as to the current appeal of the centre-left in Europe and the prospects for social democracy. The outcome will be watched closely also in Paris, with President Macron keen to assert Franco-German leadership to revive the EU.
Other speakers: William Paterson is Honorary Professor of German and European Politics, Aston University.
Natascha Zaun is Assistant Professor in Migration Studies at the LSE European Institute.
Waltraud Schelkle is an Associate Professor of Political Economy at the LSE European Institute.
Sophia Besch talks to Ian Bond about how the European Union can protect the international liberal order, as well as its security interests, when it can no longer rely on partnership with Trump’s America.
Sophia Besch speaks to Globonews about the German elections (from 22.00 mins).
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska talks to Tok FM about Theresa May's ‘coughing’ speech at the Conservative party annual conference.
Sophia Besch speaks to the BBC World at One about the Brexit negotiations (from 12.00 mins).
These notes, written for friends of the CER, will not be published and should not be cited.
Christian Odendahl ist Chefökonom des Londoner Centre for European Reform (CER) und als solcher schreibt und denkt er zu europäischen Wirtschaftsfragen: Eurokrise, Banken, Wachstum, Handel, politische Ökonomie. In seinem Policy Brief “The Hartz Myth: A closer look at Germany’s labour market reforms” hat er untersucht, was die ökonomischen Umstände der Reformen waren.
Christian Odendahl of the Centre for European Reform in Berlin said the new coalition government will tread carefully and try not to upset the new French president. "Germany does know, and I think the FDP also knows, that Macron and France are incredibly important to Germany and the stability of the European Union, now with Britain out," Odendahl said.
John Springford speaks to BBC News about the Brexit negotiations (from 10.30 mins).