"A blistering indictment of Germany's modern-day economic domination, by one of Germany's most distinguished intellectuals."
"A brilliant and succinct analysis of the political genius of Angela Merkel."
Charles Moore,Sunday Telegraph
"A short but punchy book by the distinguished German sociologist."
"A welcome tonic to reactionary discourses on the ills of Brussels."
Times Literary Supplement
"Democracy won’t be real in Europe until that kind of law has to be proposed, debated, and voted on by all concerned. Beck has moved us a small step closer to this highly desirable consummation, and to a unified political will in Europe, by getting his readers accustomed to thinking of a 'European Germany' rather than a 'German Europe'."
Los Angeles Review of Books
"Diagnoses Europe's troubles with a realism and clarity that suggests a long and arduous road ahead."
"A thought-provoking essay on the European economic crisis, recommended to all interested in this topic."
Journal of Global Faultlines
"A brilliant analysis of Europe's shifting landscape of power."
Joschka Fischer, Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor of Germany, 1998-2005
"An immensely incisive and encouraging book. Not only does it present an eye-opening outlook on Europe's crisis, it also offers a credible solution."
Daniel Cohn-Bendit, MEP and co-president of the Greens/Free European Alliance Group in the European Parliament
"Ulrich Beck's German Europe is one of those rare and brilliant political tracts that offers us a new language with which to understand the present crisis so that we can shape the future."
Mary Kaldor, Professor of Global Governance, LSE