|Author:||Stefan Wolff,Karl Cordell|
|Title:||Germany's Foreign Policy Towards Poland and the Czech Republic: Ostpolitik Revisited (Routledge Advances in European Politics)|
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|Publisher:||Routledge; 1 edition (July 13, 2005)|
Cordell, Karl, 1956-. Varying Form of Title: Ostpolitik revisited. Publication, Distribution, et. London ; New York. Physical Description: xi, 183 p. ;, 24 cm. Title: Routledge advances in European politics ; 28. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -176) and index
By Karl Cordell, Stefan Wolff. For Instructors Request Inspection Copy. Karl Cordell and Stefan Wolff present a much-needed addition to the literature on the motivations of German foreign policy maker. hey seek to present an important piece of the‘German question’ puzzle, and the result is a must-read book for anyone exploring ethnic relations. - Journal of Contemporary European Studies. Cordell and Wolff have published a useful study, which contributes to understanding the special relationship between Germany and its Eastern neighbours.
by Karl Cordell, Stefan Wolff. Publisher: Routledge. Using social constructivism theory, it provides a comparative assessment of Germany's post-reunification relations with the Czech Republic and Poland within the framework of the contemporary alliance structure.
Karl Cordell and Stefan Wolff present a much-needed addition to the literature on the motivations of German foreign policy makers. they seek to present an important piece of the‘German question’ puzzle, and the result is a must-read book for anyone exploring ethnic relations.
Taking a constructivist approach to foreign policy analysis and using German policy vis-à-vis Poland and Czechoslovakia/the Czech Republic as an example, we examine Ostpolitik since the 1960s as a case of a norm-driven foreign policy. We argue that the content of Ostpolitik, including changes over time, can be explained by reference to a prevailing norm consensus in Germany about the country’s foreign policy toward Central and Eastern Europe, which began to develop in the 1960s. Bilateral relations proceeded smoothly, but the topic of the post-war expulsions occasionally caused fierce disputes, especially between Czechs and Bavarians (Burcher, 1996; Tampke, 2003; Cordell and Wolff, 2005). The post-war expellee community, the so-called Sudeten Germans, are a powerful political force in Bavaria.
28 Germany’s Foreign Policy Towards Poland and the Czech Republic Ostpolitik revisited Karl Cordell and Stefan Wolff 29 Kosovo The politics of identity and space Denisa Kostovicova. 40 European Union Peacebuilding and Policing Michael Merlingen with Rasa Ostrauskaite. 41 The Conservative Party and European Integration since 1945 At the heart of Europe?
Karl Cordell and Stefan Wolff present a much-needed addition to the literature on the motivations of German foreign policy makers.
Karl Cordell, Stefan Wolff - Germany's Foreign Policy Towards Poland and the Czech Republic: Ostpolitik Revisited Published: 2005-07-13 ISBN: 0415369746, 0415499577 PDF 200 pages 3 M. Paying particular attention to the process of European integration and the role of the new Germany within Europe, the authors identify how new possibilities for co-operation might finally overcome legacies of the past. This pioneering study will be of particular interest to students of European politics and international studies.
This book offers an innovative theoretical and empirical analysis of integration in EU foreign and interior policies across the three pillars, from the Maastricht Treaty to the Treaty of Nice. The establishment of the three pillar structure with the Maastricht Treaty has been one of the key transformations of European governance.
Acknowledgments chapter 1 the german question and german foreign policy: a conceptual introduction chapter 2 a usable past? German-czech and german-polish relations before the second world war chapter 3 an unsurmountable legacy? . Minority populations chapter 8 ostpolitik: continuity and change chapter 9 toward a common future? References list of interviews. Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Germany - Foreign relations - Poland. Germany - Foreign relations - Czech Republic.