Guest Articles and Interviews in the Press and Reports in Selected Online Media in the Current Year
cep's analyses and commentaries, surveys and assessments carry substantial weight in the public debate. The total number of articles each year, in print media alone, gives rise to a circulation of about 50 million. cep is quoted by all the prominent media and news agencies responsible for shaping public opinion in the German-speaking as well as in the international area, e.g. AFP, AGI Agenzia Italia, AP, Bloomberg, Financial Times, New York Times, Reuters, The Prague Post, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today. The cepPolicyBriefs appear regularly in Polish in the national daily Rzeczpospolita.
“The main objective on Monday will be to buy time to fix Europe’s malfunctioning asylum system.”
Urs Pötzsch talks with the Guardian about the meeting of EU and Turkish leaders in Brussels on Monday...read more
"It's legally impossible to exclude Greece from Schengen zone"
Urs Pötzsch talks to the radio network Euranet Plus about the threats of an expulsion of Greece from the Schengen zone...read more
German Finance Minister Schaeuble at cep event in Berlin
Schaeuble’s appearance at the cep jubilee event on Wednesday evening is a central topic in the media...read more
European Central Bank, financial linchpin in Greece debt talks
Effectively, "the ECB is the sole European body that can pull the plug" on the Greek economy, Matthias Kullas (cep) told The Economic Times....read more
La BCE, clé de voute malgré elle des négociations sur la Grèce
Libération: Le fait que la BCE, institution non élue, puisse à tout moment «débrancher» l’économie grecque la place dans une «situation inconfortable», assure à l’AFP Matthias Kullas, du Centre de politique européenne (CEP)....read more
German Challenge: EU Court of Justice backs ECB on bond buying
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) rejected a German lawsuit that sought to block the ECB from buying government bonds of ailing eurozone countries. In Handelsblatt Global Edition Bert Van Roosebeke said the ECJ seemed to place barely any limit on......read more