It will soon be five years since Emmanuel Macron presented his proposals for the European Union at the Sorbonne University in Paris. Under Angela Merkel, the German government failed to respond. The Russian attack on Ukraine, however, has forced the community into a reform discussion that its successor, Olaf Scholz, neither could nor wanted to avoid. In a keynote speech yesterday at Prague’s Charles University, the chancellor outlined his government’s ideas for the future of Europe.
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