Germany as a Civilian Power?: The Foreign Policy of the Berlin Republic
These essays address Germany as a "civilian power" in the context of German foreign policy since World War II. The West German state defined its foreign policy in reaction to the violent excesses of the Nazi era, bound into systems of collective defense and multilateral cooperation in NATO and the UN. The contributors examine to what extent the use of military power is still conceivable, and if the use of such power is restricted to humanitarian intervention under the auspices of the UN.
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