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Wir forschen und beraten gemeinnützig, unabhängig und überparteilich
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Our Götz Frommholz interviewed for FRANCE 24 about the Elections in #MeckPomm Germany and the role of the migrant crisis and the #AfD .

https://youtu.be/RTququeto1Y
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d|part arbeitet mit Londoner Think Tank Demos an Studie zu EU-Meinungen in Deutschland
Im Auftrag des Londoner Think Tanks Demos startet d|part ab sofort ein Forschungsprojekt zur Wahrnehmung der EU und Fragen der europäischen Integration in Deutschland. Unter dem Titel „The Politics of Fear” untersucht das Team um Studienleiterin Christine Hübner die Wahrnehmung von Ängsten in Bezug auf die EU in der deutschen Bevölkerung sowie unter politischen Meinungsträgern in Deutschland...

http://dpart.org/index.php/de/504-d-part-arbeitet-mit-londoner-think-tank-demos-an-studie-zu-eu-meinungen-in-deutschland.html
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Last night I spontanously gave an interview for France 24 on speculations about Angela Merkel's candidacy for a new term as German Chancelor. The setting was quite interesting: beneath a neon tube, in front of the Italian restaurant on the streets of Berlin where we had dinner, using a live Skype video conference on my iPhone. Sorry for my unsteady hand. I was my own camera man.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nk9WqDvsXdk&feature=youtu.be
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Dr. Rupert Graf Strachwitz, Vice Chair of the German British Society and Director of the Maecenata Institute, published some of his critical thoughts about #Brexit on our blog. It is an interesting text to read if you are thinking about the dire consequences of the #UK leaving the #EU. #Bregret


https://dpartblog.wordpress.com/2016/07/14/a-few-random-thoughts-on-brexit-and-europe/
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"There would be no need for more ink to be spilt on ‪#‎Brexit‬ if it weren’t for one view astoundingly missing from the post-referendum-debate: that is a view on how to move on from here. With a population almost evenly split into winners and losers, we need to ask how to reconcile those who voted ‘Remain’ and those who voted ‘Leave’ in the UK’s EU referendum. Rallying against #Brexit or demanding a repeat referendum – albeit unquestionably healthy reactions of civil society – will not help to move on. What will help is a serious dialogue between both camps, where there is a true effort to understand the multitude of reasons in favour of and against #Brexit..."
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https://dpartblog.wordpress.com/2016/07/05/post-brexit-thoughts-how-to-move-on/
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It is needless to say that we cannot leave the #brexit   #referendum   uncommented. Our Dr Jan Eichhorn formulated some key thoughts on behalf of the d|part team in order to evaluate the processes around the campaigns. Enjoy this critical read. #EU   #europe   #UK   #democracy  

https://dpartblog.wordpress.com/2016/06/27/dpart-note-on-brexit/
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Channels TV interviews Götz Frommholz about #brexit  and its conesequences for #EU   #Europe   #democracy   #uk   #germany  
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Something new on our blog! Our guest writers Agata Mazepus + Honorata Mazepus provide us with an outstanding text about the political developments in ‪#‎Poland‬ that shake the democratic foundation of the country. Well worth a read! ‪#‎democracy‬ ‪#‎EU‬ ‪#‎Europe‬ ‪#‎politics‬ https://dpartblog.wordpress.com/2016/06/21/poland-a-success-story-gone-bad/
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