It’s time for a Gestalt shift from curbing ‘irregular’ migration to pursuing integration for mutual benefit.
A workable asylum policy in line with European values could be pursued by a Schengen-style coalition of the willing.
At the World Bank spring meeting in Washington federal finance minister Schäuble let it be known – almost in passing – that the Greek government had until the end of June to confirm what reforms it would make. Up till now, people had talked of the end of April as the deadline, previously of mid-March. […]
The Pegida demonstrations in Dresden have attracted a lot of international media attention and raised considerable concerns about social peace inside Germany. Many people simply cannot understand why Pegida are warning about a so-called Islamisation of the West in a state, Saxony, with so few Muslims; Muslims make up only around 5% of the entire population […]
In his Critique of Judgment, Immanuel Kant names three maxims for republican thinking to follow collectively: a) thinking for oneself; b) thinking in the manner of the other; c) always be at one with ones own thoughts. The second maxim concerns “an extended way of thinking” or justice and fairness. Right now, the German finance […]