BERLIN DEBATE: "Germany’s approach to the euro debt crisis has been proven right."

Section

Euro & Finance

Event Location

Germany

Event Description

Is the crisis in the eurozone over?
Has Germany saved the single currency?

All-night summits in Brussels and zillion-euro bailouts seem to be things of the past. And Germany has settled into its new role — after being called on to take the lead, it did just that. But has Angela Merkel’s government really won the arguments – and have its actions really made the difference? Does Germany share the blame for the high unemployment still blighting many countries? And where do we go from here? Our next debate exposes Germany’s role in the crisis to real scrutiny with four speakers who have very different perspectives but one thing in common: they have all lived and breathed this crisis ever since it broke out. The Berlin Debates format means they can challenge each other’s arguments more directly than ever. And you can challenge them all.

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