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Which mechanics drive the "Franco-German engine"? An analysis of how and why France and Germany have managed to shape much of today's EU

Which mechanics drive the "Franco-German engine"? An analysis of how and why France and Germany have managed to shape much of today's EU

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LEUFFEN, Dirk, Hanno DEGNER, Kerstin RADTKE, 2012. Which mechanics drive the "Franco-German engine"? An analysis of how and why France and Germany have managed to shape much of today's EU. In: L'Europe en Formation. 366(4), pp. 45-83. ISSN 0014-2808

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