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Germany and the European community : beyond hegemony and containment?

Author: Carl F Lankowski
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1993.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The end of the cold war brought both the collapse of the Soviet Union and the unification of the two German states that had been created from the rubble of the Second World War. Now the most powerful state in the continent, will the new Germany inevitably create a Germanized Europe? The surprising answer that emerges from the essays in this volume is that this will not happen. The powerful integrative forces within  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Carl F Lankowski
ISBN: 0312060351 9780312060350
OCLC Number: 28112304
Description: x, 237 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: German business and the 1992 project / Michael G. Huelshoff --
West German labor and Europe '92 / Andrei S. Markovits and Alexander Otto --
Germany and European integration / Simon J. Bulmer --
United Europe and social democracy / Paulette Kurzer and Christopher S. Allen --
The European left and political integration / Robert Ladrech --
Transnational market integration and the green project in Germany / Carl F. Lankowski --
A unified Germany, a single European economic space, and the prospects for the Atlantic economy / James Sperling.
Responsibility: edited by Carl F. Lankowski.

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The end of the cold war brought both the collapse of the Soviet Union and the unification of the two German states that had been created from the rubble of the Second World War. Now the most powerful state in the continent, will the new Germany inevitably create a Germanized Europe? The surprising answer that emerges from the essays in this volume is that this will not happen. The powerful integrative forces within the European Community have created a framework that is now too powerful to be overawed by any one member, however strong. In analyses of business, organized labor, and German policy-making institutions, the contributors to Germany and the European Community emphasize the remarkable dilution of national sovereignty that EC mechanisms have produced. Even the formidable Bundesbank is not totally immune, and this book includes several highly perceptive essays on the relationship between Germany and the European financial system.

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