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Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski, Julian Pänke, and Jochen Roose

that Germany might tend to single-handed foreign policy—the “Alleingang.” Over the last decade, Germany's role has become more assertive— nolens volens , as some observers would argue—during various crises. In the Eurozone crisis, Germany's economic

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Cultural Heritage Across European Borders

Bridges or Walls?

Philip McDermott and Sara McDowell

( 2018 ), ‘ The Eurozone Crisis, Greece and European Integration: Anthropological Perspectives on Austerity in the EU ’, Anthropological Journal of European Cultures 27 , no. 1 : 64 – 83 . Rothberg , M. ( 2009 ), Multidirectional Memory

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Ordoliberal White Democracy, Elitism, and the Demos

The Case of Wilhelm Röpke

Phillip Becher, Katrin Becker, Kevin Rösch, and Laura Seelig

. Given the ordoliberalization of Europe that rose to prominence in the wake of the Eurozone crisis (e.g., Biebricher 2018: 200–236 ; Bonefeld 2017: 115–170 ), a critical perspective on Röpke's “answer to the problem how capitalism fit[s] with democracy

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Eric Langenbacher

Eurozone crisis and the migration crisis in 2015. Millions of people are waiting to see if Germany is going to take on a bigger leadership role abroad—whether it can or will help to fill the vacuum—of shrinking American leadership. Nevertheless, the country