|Author (Person)||Möller, Almut|
|Publisher||German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)|
|Series Title||Internationale Politik (IP Journal)|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
Berlin would rather not have a British in/out question added to its already packed EU agenda. While David Cameron’s speech in January 2013 did resonate with some in the German political arena, the attitude so far has been one of 'let’s cross that bridge when we come to it'.
Note, this article is part of a series which looks at the attitudes in various EU and external countries to the prospect of the UK leaving the European Union. There are articles relating to attitudes in Canada, France, Poland and the United States (see "related urls' below).
[A separate record created in July 2014 outlines the views of other countries - Japan, Greece, Finland and Spain etc, to the implications of a UK withdrawal from the EU - see related url hyperlink below]
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|Countries / Regions||France, Germany, Poland, United Kingdom|