New Europe, New Germany, Old Foreign Policy?
German Foreign Policy Since Unification
This work examines the extent to which German foreign policy and European policy has changed since German unification. Despite significant changes on specific issues, most notably on the deployment of military force outside of the NATO area, there is greater continuity than change in post-unification German policy.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction: German European and Foreign Policy Before and After Unification, DOUGLAS WEBBER; Chapter 2 Germany and the Kosovo War: Still a Civilian Power?, ADRIAN HYDE-PRICE; Chapter 3 Change and Continuity in Post-Unification German Foreign Policy, SEBASTIAN HARNISCH; Chapter 4 Germany and the Use of Military Force: ‘Total War’, the ‘Culture of Restraint’ and the Quest for Normality, RAINER BAUMANN, GUNTHER HELLMANN; Chapter 5 Recasting the Security Bargains: Germany, European Security Policy and the Transatlantic Relationship, ALISTER JOHN MISKIMMON; Chapter 6 Germany in Europe: Return of the Nightmare or Towards an Engaged Germany in a New Europe?, WOLFGANG WESSELS; Chapter 7 Germany’s Power and the Weakening of States in a Globalised World: Deconstructing a Paradox, ANNE-MARIE LE GLOANNEC; Chapter 8 Germany, Quo Vadis? A View from the Diplomatic World, PHILIPPE DE SCHOUTHEETE; Chapter 9 Germany, Quo Vadis? A View from Poland, JERZY KRANZ; Chapter 10 German Foreign Policy and Transatlantic Relations since Unification, ANDREW DENISON; Chapter 11 The European Policy-Making Machinery in the Berlin Republic: Hindrance or Handmaiden?, SIMON BULMER, ANDREAS MAURER, WILLIAM PATERSON;