5 edition of West German foreign policy, 1949-1979 found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Wolfram F. Hanrieder.|
|Series||Westview special studies in West European politics and society|
|Contributions||Hanrieder, Wolfram F., Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung., University of California, Santa Barbara.|
|LC Classifications||DD259.4 .W426|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||79018169|
15 Throughout the s and s, the West German Foreign Ministry sent detailed instructions to Bonn's representatives abroad containing legal and political arguments to . Numbering between , and , personnel, the U.S. contingent had become a seemingly permanent fixture in West German life and society, .
Despite an array of predictions that Germany's foreign policy would be unable to adapt easily to the postunification, post-Cold War environment, it has in fact remained effective, even as it evolves in response to myriad challenges. Scott Erb analyzes German policy, with an emphasis on the transitions from to the present. Erb argues that Germany's success in dealing with a rapidly 1/5(1). Previously, West Germany had refused to recognize even the existence of the East German government. And by the terms of the Hallstein Doctrine (named for one of Adenauer’s key foreign-policy aides, Walter Hallstein), the Bonn authorities had refused to maintain diplomatic relations with all those countries (other than the Soviet Union) that recognized the German Democratic Republic.
BERLIN (Own report) - German foreign and military policy makers are pushing for an EU global policy offensive and suggest that a small number of member states should lead the way forward as a "coalition of the determined." If the mandatory unanimity rule is maintained in EU foreign policy decisions, the Union will not prevail in the global power competition, according to a recent statement by. David P. Calleo, Germany and the Balance of Power, in Wofram F. Hanrieder (ed.), West German Foreign Policy , Boulder, CO: Westview Press, Keynes and the Pax Americana David P. Calleo, Keynes and the Pax Americana, in Robert Skidelsky, The End of the Keynesian Era: Essays on the Disintegration of the Keynesian Political Economy.
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The History of German foreign policy covers diplomatic developments and international history since BeforePrussia was the dominant factor in German affairs, but there were numerous smaller states.
The question of excluding or including Austria's influence was settled by the Prussian victory in the Austro-Prussian War in The unification of Germany was made possible by the. A timely book-given the continued growth of German influence in the world. A useful collection of essays on various aspects of West German foreign policy, both historical and contemporary in scope, and written by some of the best-known experts and practitioners in the field.
West German Foreign Policy: Germany and the balance of power / David Calleo --West Germany foreign policy, necessities and choices / Wolfram F.
Hanrieder --West Germany and the new dimensions of security / Manfred Wörner --Germany and NATO: the enduring bargain / Catherine McArdle Kelleher --Germany and the Atlantic community / Jan Reifenberg --The United. A useful collection of essays on various aspects of West German foreign policy, both historical and contemporary in scope, and written by some of the best-known experts and practitioners in the field.
A timely book-given the continued growth of German influence in the world. West German Foreign Policy: edited by Wolfram F. Hanrieder. Boulder, Colo., Westview Press, pp. $ The more political and economic clout the Federal Republic of Germany possesses in the international arena, the more important will be its foreign policies in an increasingly in-terdependent world.
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West German Foreign Policy, – (Westview, ) Höhn, Maria H. GIs and Frèauleins: The German-American Encounter in s West Germany (U of North Carolina Press, ) Immerfall, Stefan. Safeguarding German-American Relations in the New Century: Understanding and Accepting Mutual Differences () Kuklick, Bruce.
Germany - Germany - The era of partition: Following the German military leaders’ unconditional surrender in Maythe country lay prostrate.
The German state had ceased to exist, and sovereign authority passed to the victorious Allied powers. The physical devastation from Allied bombing campaigns and from ground battles was enormous: an estimated one-fourth of the country’s housing was.
On the West German Parliamentary Council met and formally declared the establishment of the Federal Republic of Germany. Although Konrad Adenauer, the president of the council and future.
West German foreign policy, by Wolfram F Hanrieder (Book) 3 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Experimente” no experiments. Please see Hanrieder. “West German Foreign Policy, Necessities and Choices,” In W. Hanrieder, West German Foreign Policy: , 1820; Schöllgen, Deutsche Außenpolitik von bis zur Gegenwart, General accounts of Genscher's influence on West Germany's foreign policy include Wolfram Hanrieder, West German Foreign Policy (); Helga Haftendorn, Security and Detente: Conflicting Priorities in German Foreign Policy (); and Ekkehart Krippendorf and Volker Rittberger, editors, The Foreign Policy of West Germany: Formation.
Dimensions of West German foreign policy. West European Politics: Vol. 4, The West German Model: Perspectives on a stable state, pp. West German Foreign Policy, (Westview, ) Höhn, Maria H. GIs and Frèauleins: The German-American Encounter in s West Germany (U of North Carolina Press, ) Immerfall, Stefan.
Safeguarding German-American Relations in the New Century: Understanding and Accepting Mutual Differences () Kuklick.
Bruce. German Foreign Policy, Volume 2: Contributors: Gesellschaft zur Verbreitung Wissenschaftlicher Kenntnisse, Deutsche Akademie für Staats- und Rechtswissenschaft "Walter Ulbricht." Institut für Internationale Beziehungen, Institut für Internationale Begegnungen (Germany) Publisher: Institute for International Relations, Original from.
The BND was founded during the Cold War in as the official foreign intelligence agency of West Germany, which had recently joined NATO, and in close cooperation with the CIA. It was the successor to the earlier Gehlen Organization, often known simply as "The Organization" or "The Org", a West German intelligence organization affiliated.
Book description: From the mids to the mids West German foreign policy underwent substantial transformations: from bilateral to multilateral, from reactive to proactive. The Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) was an ideal.
West German foreign policy, by Wolfram F Hanrieder This book seeks to complicate that picture with a much-needed analysis that recounts its historical development in colonial society prior tobefore examining the size, shape and structure of the new black middle class in contemporary South Africa and its relation to its.
Germany - Germany - Foreign policy: Hitler kept tight control over foreign affairs, formulating himself both the strategy and the tactics calculated to achieve his goals. The immediate objective was to reestablish Germany’s position in world affairs; by this Hitler meant ending the humiliations attending the Treaty of Versailles, such as the demilitarized Rhineland and the limitations on.
phases in regard to postwar German-American relations: occupation, hegemony, and unequal partnership. 4. Detailed accounts on American-West German relations may be found in Roger Morgan, The United States and West Germany, A Study in Alliance Politics (London: Oxford University Press, ); Manfred Knapp, ed., Die deutsch.
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