Correspondents assess german euro policy

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Anyone who follows German media learns a lot about Merkel’s attitude & Co to the debt crisis. If you want to know how this is perceived in the rest of Europe, the best thing to do is to ask those who write about it every day: Berlin correspondents from abroad.

By Oliver Neuroth, SWR, ARD capital studio

"What is actually being played there?" – This is what many foreign correspondents who work for international newspapers, radio and television stations in Berlin ask. Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble is called "the last real European in the federal government" who wants to save the euro. Chancellor Angela Merkel, on the other hand, seems like the cool pragmatist.