German expansionism

From the Black Forest to the Black Sea (German Expansion towards Southeast Europe)  

At a “Danube Summit,” beginning Wednesday in Ulm, German authorities will be seeking to entrench German hegemony over Southeast Europe. With the participation of several heads of states, the summit will round off preparations for an alliance of all Danube riparian countries. The “Council of the Danube Cities and Regions”, is to be established in June with the aim of “reorganizing the European Danube regions” into an integrated economic realm, a prerequisite for obtaining access to the largest possible share of EU subventions, according to German business circles. German business already holds an unrivalled position along the Danube and will particularly profit from these initiatives and subventions. The Danube Council will have its seat in Ulm. The Southeast expansion of German businesses is already under the responsibility of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Ulm. The current Danube projects are in line with an old tradition of Berlin’s hegemonic policies that considered Southeast Europe to be the centerpiece of German expansion. 

Danube Summit

With the “Ulm Summit” starting on Wednesday, the government of Baden-Wuerttemberg is continuing its efforts to link the riparian countries of the Danube in the fields of politics, economy and culture. The summit is the hub of a series of meetings to be held this year in four Danube cities (Vienna, Ulm, Budapest and Belgrade) aimed at enhancing cooperation in the Danube area. The summit will be attended by several representatives of countries along the Danube, including the vice prime ministers of Slovakia, Serbia and Bulgaria as well as the foreign minister of Hungary.[1] The summit will round off preparations for the foundation of a permanent “Council of the Danube Cities and Regions”, which will represent the interests of the Danube region at the European level. In June, the founding conference will be held in Budapest. 

Danube Office

The city of Ulm in Baden-Wuerttemberg has become the centre of German activities for the area of the Danube. In 2001, the Chamber of Industry and Commerce of Ulm, which is responsible for business contacts in Southeast Europe, established a “Competence Centre for Southeast Europe”. And in 2002, it established along with the regional government of Baden-Wuerttemberg, the “Danube Office”. The “Danube Office” is located in Ulm and sees itself as the “coordinator and driving force behind Baden-Wuerttemberg’s Southeast European activities”.[2] In 2008, the Danube Office also became the seat of the European Danube Academy, serving as a platform for political, cultural and scientific cooperation for the Danube region. According to the spokesperson for the Danube Office, Ulm could become the centre of the “overall Danube region”. “We are in a better position for the allocation of a European liaison office than Linz, Vienna, Budapest and Belgrade.”[3]

 Danube Council

According of German plans, Ulm is to become the seat of the “Council of the Danube Cities and Regions”. The establishment of this Council has also been demanded in the “Declaration of Ulm”, adopted in July 2008 during the International Danube Festival, which takes place every two years in Ulm. The declaration that was signed by the cities of Ulm, Linz, Vienna, Budapest, Vukovar, Novi Sad and Belgrade, among others, is linking Southeast European policy to aspects of traditional German “regional planning”.[4] The objective is to create a new European “axis from the Black Forest to the Black Sea”, described as a common “realm of development” along the Danube.[5] According to the Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Ulm, the project to harmonize and “reorganize” the region is aimed at the “creation of a geographical and economic identity of the Danube region”, a region, in which German business is holding an unrivalled position. Germany is the most important economic partner for most of the riparian countries of the Danube.[6]

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