German Unification and the Union of Europe discusses some of the most interesting questions in the study of comparative politics and international relations.
The book studies the sources of continuity and change in German policy toward the European Union, set in the context of the competing pulls of integration into the EU, and unification of East and West Germany.
This work looks at the complicated relationship between Germany and the European East during the short twentieth century. It looks at the social, cultural and political contexts during the Weimar Republic, the Third Reich and the Federal Republic.
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