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Ac­cor­ding to Ger­man Pro­fes­sor Ker­ber(4), it is ne­ces­sa­ry "to es­ta­blish a Se­nate that en­sures res­pect for the prin­ciple of sub­si­dia­ri­ty" and thus li­mit the po­wers of the Eu­ro­pean Com­mis­sion and the Eu­ro­pean Par­lia­ment. Ac­cor­ding to this prin­ciple fa­mi­lia­ri­zed in the fe­de­ral sys­tems as in Ger­ma­ny, the hi­gher le­vel in­ter­venes on­ly if and to the extent that the ob­jec­tives are less well at the na­tio­nal, re­gio­nal or lo­cal le­vels. In de­fense, Pro­fes­sor Ker­ber be­lieves that some Ger­mans are "eco­lo­gists, an ill­ness with their pa­ci ism" and thus thinks that the French are more am­bi­tious on this point (the De­fense po­li­cy) and thus ad­vo­cates an Eu­ro­pean De­fense. He told us of his fears about the new US pre­si­den­cy, "a night­mare thin­king of Trump em­bo­dying a dan­ger" . The Ger­man pro­fes­sor al­so wants Tur­key's can­di­da­cy to be en­ded or the co­ope­ra­tion agree­ment on the ma­na­ge­ment of im­mi­grants.

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