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AuthorFeld, Werner. author
TitleReunification and West German-Soviet Relations [electronic resource] : The Role of the Reunification Issue in the Foreign Policy of the Federal Republic of Germany, 1949-1957, with Special Attention to Policy Toward the Soviet Union / by Werner Feld
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1963
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-9408-2
Descript 204 p. 1 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

The intellectual debts which I have incurred in the preparation of this study are many. Foremost, I wish to express my warm appreciation and gratitude to Professor Henry L. Mason for his sound advice, gentle encouragement, and continuous guidance. In addition, I would like to extend my sincere thanks to Professors David R. Deener, Warren RobertsJr. and John L. Snell for their critical comments and helpful suggestions which led to frequent and fruitful reconsideration of the substance and form of the inquiry. I am also very grateful to Professor J. W. Smurr who made many constructive suggestions with regard to the content and style of the manuscript. A special debt is owed to Mr. Jon Reinhardt who read the manuยญ script in its entirety and suggested a number of stylistic improvements. Richard Paulig, former Consul-General of the Federal Republic of Gerยญ in New Orleans, La., was most helpful by assisting in the colยญ many, lection of certain source materials, and the staff members of the Bundestag library in Bonn, Germany, under the direction of Bibliotheksoberrat Dr. Heinz Matthes aided the research for this study with outstanding efficiency. Finally, my most heartfelt expressions of gratitude are reยญ served for my wife, Betty, whose encouragement and sympathetic understanding have helped me through this work


CONTENT

I. Brief Historical Background Sketch of German-Soviet Relations -- II. Methodology -- 1 The Formulation of West German Foreign Policy -- I. The Constitutional Framework -- II. The Influences of a Pluralistic Society -- III. Summary -- Chapters 2 The Interaction Pattern: Basic Motivations and Goals of West German and Soviet Foreign Policy -- I. Basic Concepts of the Foreign Policy of the Federal Republic -- II. The Basic Concepts of Soviet Foreign Policy -- III. Interaction and Values of Policy Goals -- 3 The Interaction Pattern: The Foreign Policy Issues Between the Federal Republic and the Soviet Union -- I. The Classification of Issues -- II. The Mechanics of Reunification -- III. Rearmament and Neutralization -- IV. The Peace Treaty and the Oder-Neisse Line -- V. Diplomatic, Economic, and Cultural Relations -- 4 Conclusions -- I. Success or Failure of West German Foreign Policy -- II. TheFuture -- Selected Bibliography


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