Media

For media inquiries please contact:

Max Emanuel Mannweiler: mannweiler@delorsinstitut.de
Prof. Dr. Henrik Enderlein: enderlein@delorsinstitut.de

Current Media Appearances

What future for Europe’s industrial policy?

At the start of his Presidency, Jean-Claude Juncker proposed to re-industrialise Europe. In mid-September this year, the Commission contributed to this target by releasing what it calls their “European Industrial Policy Strategy”. Deutsche Welle reported on this and asked Philipp Ständer, research fellow at the Delors Institut, for an evaluation of the EC’s proposals.   more

Cards are being reshuffled as German Jamaica talks fail

The Financial Times reports about the consequences of the failed exploratory talks between CDU / CSU, the Green party and FDP. After the parties could not find enough common ground, there’s widespread debate on what this means for the prospect of reforming the EU. Delors researcher Lucas Guttenberg sheds light on the delicate situation that this creates for the SPD. more

The time of über-pragmatism has ended

One day after German coalition talks faltered on November 19, the New York Times takes a first look at the reasons that caused the arguably "greatest crisis of [Angela Merkel's] career." Quoting Henrik Enderlein, Director of the Jacques Delors Institut - Berlin, this moment is part of a wider transition of the German party system, changing "from a very stable proportional system to something more messy." more

German coalition talks and Europe

Henrik Enderlein, Director of the Jacques Delors Institut - Berlin, considers the German coalition talks "disappointing" from a European perspective, he told the German newspaper "Süddeutsche Zeitung" on 16 November. What Europe needs now is room for manouver to find compromises with Germany's European partners. more