Safeguarding German-American relations in the new century: understanding and accepting mutual differences
Lexington Books, 2006 - Political Science - 277 pages
This volume is concerned with the current state of affairs of the German-American relationship, the causes and sources of existing discontent, and opportunities for safeguarding the future of transatlantic relations. The chapters analyze domestic and foreign policies, political cultures, and compare trends in business relations, migration, culture, education, journalism, law, and religion. The book promotes a new understanding and valuation of commonalties and differences of basic values, national interests, and societal priorities in both nations.
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