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The CAS professor of international relations and longtime EU watcher has been following the impact of the Eurozone debt crisis on democratic systems in Europe. Silvio Berlusconi’s resignation may actually be a sign of democracy at work in Italy, she says, while Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou’s resignation is bound up with the Eurozone and the power of the EU. Schmidt has been interviewed extensively by national and foreign media.
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