The history of German foreign policy. From Bismarck to Merkel
For the first time in our scientific literature, the author gives a big picture of international activities in Germany since the formation of the German land of a single national state to the present. The specificity and uniqueness of research are primarily in suspension, free of stereotypes era of "cold war" a comprehensive analysis of international activities in Germany, which, breaking the Age of Empire, dashing the first "republic without republicans", the dictatorship of the Third Reich and the period of dual state, evolved "soft leader "of Europe, guided in the present conditions, sometimes with reservations, the principles of humanism and democracy.
The book is recommended for students and teachers of humanitarian universities and schools of international affairs experts, as well as for anyone who is interested in history of diplomacy, foreign countries, and international relations.
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