This book focuses on themes ranging from foreign and European affairs, economic and business issues, and eastern Germany to minority rights issues. It contains remarks given before conferences of the Robert Bosch Foundation Alumni Association which focuses on Germany's international role.
Table of Contents
Foreword -- Preface -- Germany in Transition: Foreign and European Affairs -- Introduction: Foreign and European Affairs -- From Locarno to Liberation? Europe and the Politics of Public Memory in Unified Germany -- Power and Politics: The New German Question -- European Integration vs. State Sovereignty: The European Court of Justice and Harmonization of Germany's Environmental Law -- Germany in Transition: Economic and Business Issues -- Introduction: Economic and Business Issues -- The Politics of Standort: Germany's Debate About Competitiveness -- Economic Reform: Restructuring the German Railway System -- Liberalization of Telecommunications Markets -- German Integration: Eastern Germany -- Introduction: Eastern Germany -- Regional Planning and Politics in Berlin and Brandenburg -- Eastern Europe or Eastern Germany: The Choice for American Investors -- Germany in Transition: Minority Rights in Germany -- Introduction: Minority Rights in Germany -- Discrimination in Germany: A Call for Minority Rights -- Employment Discrimination: Germany's Lack of Legal Remedies -- Germany in Transition: Alumni Conference Speeches -- Germany and the United States in Multilateral Institutions -- The Superpower and the Soft Hegemon -- German Foreign Policy Beyond the East-West Conflict: A New Foreign Policy Framework
Mattox, Gale A.