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- 1st ed. 2015
- Palgrave Macmillan
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History and Foreign Policy in France and Germany
Domestic Construction and Political Implications in France and Germany from 1958av Ulrich KrotzWhy do states similar in size, resources and capabilities significantly differ in their basic orientations and actions across major domains in foreign policy, security and defense? This book addresses this important question by analyzing the major differences between the foreign policies of France and Germany over extended periods of time.
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Ulrich Krotz, Joachim Schild
France and Germany have played a pivotal role in the history and politics of European integration. Yet, paradoxically, a study that systematically investigates the interrelated reality of Franco-German bilateralism and multilateral European integr...
In this book, Ulrich Krotz draws from two theoretical approaches--social constructivism and historical institutionalism--to reframe our understanding of how international relationships evolve. While other scholars have touched on these issues, unt...
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''Ulrich Krotz's History and Foreign Policy convincingly theorizes William Faulkner's fundamental insight about history 'The past is never dead. It's not even past.' By establishing the centrality of history as a causal variable in the formation of French and German foreign policy, he makes a signal and singular contribution to the study of comparative foreign policy.'' James C. Sperling, Professor of Political Science, University of Akron, USA ''A timely, and yet timeless, approach to understanding the foreign policy orientations of France and Germany grounded in their national role conceptions, as well as the resulting broader implications for EU foreign and security policy and world order.'' Cameron G. Thies, Professor and Director, School of Politics and Global Studies, Arizona State University, USA
Ulrich Krotz is a professor at the European University Institute in Italy, where he holds the Chair in International Relations in the Political Science Department and the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. He is Director of the Schuman Centre's programme on Europe in the World.
Introduction 1. Historical Domestic Construction 2. Historical Construction, International Relations Theory, and Foreign Policy 3. Out of History and Time: Neighbors with Different Routes and Pathways 4. Elements of French and German Role Constructions, 1958-1998: Core Components, Vocabulary, and Historical Reference Points 5. Impact and Implications (1): Milieu Goals and Alliance Politics 6. Impact and Implications (2): Nuclear Deterrent and Overall Force Structures 7. Impact and Implications (3): Deployment, Armament, Arms 8. Into the New Millennium: Heritages and Change Conclusion