Germany’s export-led model is hardly sustainable in the long run. Immigration, however, might stimulate a new domestic-growth model for the country and, as a result, an economic rebalancing of the Eurozone.
UK voters are being told they have a unique opportunity to choose self-government. But it is irresponsible of politicians to claim that self-government automatically produces a better socio-economic order.
The recent war of words between Matteo Renzi and Jean-Claude Juncker, triggered by the latter’s critical remarks towards Italy is only the latest, and certainly one of the most visible episodes in what some have called a new fault line in European politics.