Germany’s Unwillingness to Lead: The Nature and Exercise of its Power, and How its History, Normalization, and Economic Concerns Have Brought About an Existential Crisis and Reluctance to Lead Alone.

Van Son, Ian G.
2014

Submitted in partial fulfillment of the degree Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Abstract: Germany has entered a new era since reunification and the end of the Cold War, and it continues to search internally as well as externally for its new place in Europe and the world. The events of the last five years in particular have made it clear that Germany ... read more

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MALD thesis.
Germany--Politics and government--1990-
Germany--Foreign relations--1990-
Germany--History--1990-
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