German Europe

Author: Ulrich Beck
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0745669522
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How did this happen? The anticipation of the European catastrophe has already fundamentally changed the European landscape of power. It is giving birth to a political monster: a German Europe.

German Minorities In Europe

Author: Stefan Wolff
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 9781571815040
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This volume addresses the issue of Germany's external minorities, exploring the complex interrelationship between their ethnic identity and sense of cultural belonging on the one hand, and the political, economic, legal, and social ...

Tamed Power

Author: Peter J. Katzenstein
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 9780801484490
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This book explores that institutionalization of power, along with the relations of Germany and the European Union with most of the smaller European states.

Berlin Rules

Author: Paul Lever
Publisher: I.B.Tauris
ISBN: 1786721813
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Beyond that there is no underlying vision or purpose. In this book, former British ambassador in Berlin Paul Lever provides a unique insight into modern Germany.

Germany Europe And The Politics Of Constraint

Author: Klaus Goetz
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780197262955
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However, both the 'permissive' mass consensus and, perhaps more importantly, élite consensus are being tested to their limits. This volume is essential reading for students of comparative European politics and German studies.

Germany And European Order

Author: Adrian Hyde-Price
Publisher: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719054280
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German policy towards the eastern enlargement of NATO and the EU is also examined closely. The book concludes by evaluating Germany's potential contribution to the forging of a stable peace order in Europe.

The German Language In A Changing Europe

Author: Michael G. Clyne
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521499705
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Soviet Union, the vacuum created for a lingua franca to replace Russian, the
compulsory language used officially but liked and mastered by few, would be
replaced by German. This was because German had been the second language
of the cultured and influential middle class in Central and Eastern Europe before
the Second World War (and even more so before the First World War when many
of the countries were part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire) and because the
language ...

The New Germany And The New Europe

Author: Paul B. Stares
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
ISBN: 9780815720997
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Encircled by Friends, Deprived of Enemies How can the new Germany, under
such circumstances, redefine its security? History sometimes offers ironic
answers. The once-threatening Soviet forces close to the old West German
border — Chancellor Helmut Schmidt used to impress American audiences by
mentioning that Soviet tanks were deployed a mere thirty miles from his home in
Hamburg — have now become a fact of everyday life on German territory. Military
forces in Europe ...