Macro series – Germany challenges the EU

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The German Constitutional Court’s latest ruling has opened a huge can of worms.Its judgement on the actions of the ECJ and ECB is potentially traumatic.There is more here than simply the conduct of unconventional monetary policy.Rather, it is a challenge to the entire legal structure of the EU.The net result could be a renaissance of European nation states. Politics not on hold For the past few months, the world has been preoccupied with the Corona Crisis, and the economic recession that inevitably will follow it. But this does not mean that all other politics is on hold. Take thre
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