Threat to the EU German Exceptionalism Poses a Challenge

Southern Europeans have grown impatient with Germany's self-imposed role as Europe's iron fist in recent months, but their criticism seems to have left the majority of Germans unfazed. A new study reveals the growing rift in public opinion on the state of the European Union.
Von Bruce Stokes
Germany has a vastly different view of the EU than the rest of the bloc.

Germany has a vastly different view of the EU than the rest of the bloc.

Foto: Simela Pantzartzi/ dpa
Bruce Stokes is director of global economic attitudes at the Pew Research Center.
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