Why Isn’t Germany Stepping Up to Save the Euro Zone?
by Thomas Kleine-Brockhoff in the Washington Post. Kleine-Brockhoff, a member of European Affairs' editorial board, says that in the euro showdown, Europeans may call for German leadership but don’t actually want to be led by Germany -- and don't like the results of the German leadership they've seen so far. This makes Berlin a reluctant hegemon fearful of getting in over its head. Recommended by European Affairs. (12/5)