Germany and European Order: Enlarging NATO and the EU

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Manchester University Press, 2000 - 270 pages
This study evaluates Germany's role in the new Europe, from claims that the "Berlin Republic" will be a new hegemony, to arguments that Germany remains essentially a civilian power committed to multi-lateral integration and pan-European cooperation. Adrian Hyde-Price examines the the present European order, and outlines an innovative framework for analyzing German foreign and security policy, drawing on the insights of social constructivism and classical realism. German policy towards the eastern enlargement of NATO and the EU is also examined closely. The book concludes by evaluating Germany's potential contribution to the forging of a stable peace order in Europe.
 

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Deutschland über Alles?
1
Analysing German foreign policy
25
Conceptualising European order
51
Germany and the Westphalian states system
70
unification and German grand strategy
102
NATO and German security policy
136
The European Union and German Europapolitik
172
Germany and Europe in the twentyfirst century
204
Bibliography
225
Index
255
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Adrian Hyde-Price is Senior Lecturer at the Institute for German Studies at the University of Birmingham.

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