• "There is space for an anti-euro party in Germany, " said Oskar Niedermayer, a political scientist at Berlin's Free University.

    NPR: Anti-Euro Party A Wildcard In German Elections

  • It has, says Oskar Niedermayer, a political-science professor at Berlin's Free University, caused a one-time shift in Germany's political balance of power.

    ECONOMIST: Germany

  • These findings, from a survey of 5, 200 schoolchildren by Berlin's Free University, dismayed those who think national identity and democratic values rest on shared judgments about the traumatic past.

    ECONOMIST: East German history continues to arouse controversy

  • That impression is broadly right, thinks Oskar Niedermayer, a politics professor at the Free University of Berlin.

    ECONOMIST: Germany’s government

  • The reason, says Professor Carl-Ludwig Holtfrerich of the Free University of Berlin, is that Germany returned to full employment more quickly, thanks partly to Hitler's own form of Keynesian stimulus: notably autobahn-building and rearmament.

    ECONOMIST: Charlemagne

  • By its ruling, the court sets itself up as final arbiter of further EU integration (and even of rulings by the European Court of Justice), argues Christian Calliess of the Free University in Berlin.

    ECONOMIST: Germany and Europe

  • Supporters of the ESM, such as Christian Calliess at the Free University of Berlin, who advised the court, countered that the ESM was designed so that its board, to be based in Luxembourg, needs approval for its decisions from the parliaments of member states.

    ECONOMIST: Germany and the euro

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