German foreign policy : navigating a new era
Describing German foreign policy after the Cold War as a "moving target," Erb (international studies, U. of Maine at Farmington) nevertheless sees a certain amount of stability and predictability than might appear at first glance. Primarily focusing on the years of transition, 1980 to the present, he argues that German foreign policy is guided consistently by "principles of multilateralism, cooperative institution building, the peaceful resolution of conflicts, and respect for human rights." He further contends that Germany should serve as a model for other nations. Annotation (c) Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Germany, military policy, national security, foreign relations, Europe
Comparative Politics | International Relations | Political Science
Erb, Scott, "German foreign policy : navigating a new era" (2003). Publications. 24.