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Power and Influence after the Cold War

Germany in East-Central Europe



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Power and Influence after the Cold War by Ann L. Phillips
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Challenging conventional wisdom about German dominance in the new Europe, this study presents a new approach to the question of power and influence after the Cold War. Ann L. PhillipsAIs analysis of German relations with East-Central Europe convincingly demonstrates how the interplay of domestic and international politics has rewritten the terms of power and influence in the region. The author develops two new cases-the politics of reconciliation and the activities of German party-affiliated foundations-to explore the international-domestic connection and contribute new empirical evidence to the debate over German hegemony.

Author Biography

Ann L. Phillips is an AAAS Diplomacy Fellow at the Bureau for Policy Program Coordination and a fellow at USAID.
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May 1st, 2000
Country of Publication
United States
Rowman & Littlefield
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