Stefan Fröhlich

University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

Stefan Fröhlich is a Professor for International Politics at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg.

Recent Content

Reset

Germany Cannot Replace the U.S., But Europe Can Live with Trump

There is ample evidence that there has been a major shift toward a greater international role for Germany and that the public is gradually accepting such a bigger role. Germany …

Berlin’s New Pragmatism in an Era of Radical Uncertainty

Germany has emerged as the EU’s central economic and political power in today’s crisis-ridden Europe. The U.K., after the Brexit vote, has probably dropped out of global crisis management for …

Looking to Germany: What Berlin Can and Can’t Do for the Liberal Order

With U.S. President Donald Trump poised to pull the United States back from global leadership and with the United Kingdom mired in a messy withdrawal from the European Union, Germany …

Rethinking European Security: Strategic Implications of Brexit and Trump’s Victory

The future European security architecture will be decided on two questions: Will the EU and the UK choose the path of a hard line to demonstrate EU unity on the …

Getting the Expectations Right: No Great Post-Election Changes for Transatlantic Relations

Shortly before the Bundestag election in Germany on September 22, there seems to be only two possible scenarios for the next term. According to polls, either a rather unstable center-right …

Future Perspectives for Transatlantic Relations

Prof. Dr. Stefan Fröhlich, Professor for International Politics at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, examines the challenges and agenda for transatlantic relations in this teaser to his recent book entitled The New Geopolitics of Transatlantic Relations: Coordinated Responses to Common Dangers.