Germany at Fifty-five
The 55th anniversary of a democratic Germany coincides with other important anniversaries in German history: the 15th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall; the 60th anniversary of the Normandy invasion; and the 90th anniversary of the start of the First World War, the legacy of which haunted the Federal Republic at its founding in 1949. This book examines how the past has placed constraints on the domestic and foreign policy discourse and practices within Germany, how it has shaped the evolution of the German political culture, and how it has hindered the reintegration of eastern and western Germany.
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Berlin ist nicht Bonn? Continuity and change in postwar
The origins of the Bonn Republic Karl H Cerny
The origins of the Berlin Republic Mary M McKenzie
Legacies of divided memory and the Berlin Republic
of the past in Germanys relations with Jews in Germany
Public opinion and political issue divides
women politics and leadership in the Berlin
Alice H Cooper
German party system change William M Chandler
The PDS and the party systems in unified Germany
from Bank deutscher
Standort Deutschland revisited Michael Huelshoff
beyond the past?
Germany and the future of European integration
Community breakdown? Germany NATO and
Run Gerhard Run or Is the Reformstau real?
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