Germany Through American Eyes
Foreign Policy And Domestic Issues
The Robert Bosch Foundation offers Fellow Program to the Americans to help secure the future for succeeding generations on the North American and European continents. The program's objective is to give them experience in German government and industry at an early point in their careers.
Table of Contents
Part One: Foreign Policy Issues 1. Dilemmas of an Atlantic Dialogue 2. Formal Recognition as a Means of Advancing Deutschlandpolitik 3. A Break with the Past? The Changing Nature of East German Foreign Policy 4. Inter-German Relations: Has the Cost Risen for the West? Part Two: Domestic Issues 5. Has West Germany Surrendered in the Battle Against Unemployment? 6. Environmental Conditions for Innovation in the Federal Republic of Germany 7. The Legal Situation of Battered Women in the United States and West Germany 8. Document Production in the Federal Republic of Germany: Progress and Problems 9. Dealing with Dealing: Plea Bargaining in the Federal Republic of Germany