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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. David Schoenbaum, Elizabeth Pond
    Pages 1-42
  3. David Schoenbaum, Elizabeth Pond
    Pages 43-86
  4. David Schoenbaum, Elizabeth Pond
    Pages 87-145
  5. David Schoenbaum, Elizabeth Pond
    Pages 146-173
  6. David Schoenbaum, Elizabeth Pond
    Pages 174-229
  7. David Schoenbaum, Elizabeth Pond
    Pages 230-236
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 237-250

About this book

Introduction

`...a most significant addition to the literature on its subject.' - Roger Morgan, Professor of Political Science, European University Institute, Florence An unconventional overview of a new and normal Germany fifty years after World War 2 and five years after unification. The authors address the challenges of ageing and migration to a tangled national identity; their impact on a cautious yet resilient society, and an inertial yet dynamic economy; and the frequently surprising ways Germans have learned to cope with one another, redefine and pursue their interests, and deal with a changing world after two dictatorships, two world wars, and one cold war.

Keywords

cold war dictatorship economy foreign policy identity migration Nation national identity Policy political science revolution

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