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Issue № 69. August 2018

Evolution of Germans’ Political Views on Germany’s Role in Europe

Philipp V. Koneev

PhD applicant, Department of Political Analysis, Faculty of Public Administration in Moscow State University, Moscow, the Russian Federation
E-mail: philipp_k@list.ru

German citizens’ political views on their country’s role in Europe have been evolving for many centuries, passing through transformation of ideologies and values. Today, when Germany is the undisputed economic leader in the EU, the question of the growing political influence of this country and its role in the intra-European political processes becomes more essential.

This article reveals the historical development of socio-political views on the role of Germany in Europe. The author also examines the change in the value-ideological discourse regarding Germany's political influence in the EU in modern days; determines the correlation between socio-political processes and change of German elite’s position regarding the role of the country in the European Union in the XXI century.

Keywords

Federal Republic of Germany, European integration, political values European Union, euroscepticism.

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