Germany's New Foreign Policy: Decision-Making in an Interdependent World

Germany's New Foreign Policy: Decision-Making in an Interdependent World

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ISBN-13: 9780333919637
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Publication date: 06/26/2001
Series: New Perspectives in German Political Studies
Edition description: 2001
Pages: 326
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.04(d)

About the Author

LISETTE ANDREAE Research Fellow University of Bonn
SEBASTIAN BARTSCH Postdoctoral Fellow, European University Institute, Florence
FRANK BRETTSCHNEIDER Assistant Professor, University of Stuttgart
WOLFGANG FISCHER Senior Research, Research Centre Jülich
JÜRGEN HARTMANN Professor of Political Science, University of the Federal Armed Forces, Hamburg
GUNTHER HELLMAN Professor of Political Science, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University and Director, Research Group on International Organizations, Peace Research Institute Frankfurt
PETRA HOLTRUP Research Scholar, Public Policy Research Centre, University of Colorado, Boulder
CHRISTIAN HOLST Director, Political and Social Research, Market Research Institute, INRA, Deutschland, Mölln
WERNER HOYER Member of the German Bundestag
MICHÉLE KNODT Research Assistant, Faculty of Social Sciences, Mannheim University
JOACHIM KRAUSE Deputy Director, Research Institute of the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP), Berlin
MARKUS MILDENBURGER Senior Research Fellow, German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP), Berlin
MANFRED MOLS Professor of Political Science, Johannes Gutenberg-University of Mainz
HANS-FRIEDRICH VON PLOETZ Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to the Court of St James's, London
LOTHAR RÜHL Professor of International Relations, University of Cologne
JUDITH SIWERT-PROBST Research Fellow, University of Bonn
HORST-DIETER WESTERHOFF Head of Department, Federal Chancellery and Professor of Statistics, University of Essen
HANS-GEORG WIECK Head of OSCE Advisory and Monitoring Group, Belarus, Minsk

Table of Contents

List of Tables List of Figures Notes on the Contributors Preface List of Abbreviations PART I: INTRODUCTION Academic Research and Foreign Policy-Making; W.D.Eberwein & K.Kaiser PART II: INSTITUTIONS OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT Traditional Institutions of Foreign Policy; D.Siwert-Probst The 'Foreign Policies' of Specialized Ministries; L.Andreae & K.Kaiser The Federal Intelligence Service and Foreign-Policy Decision-Making; H.G.Wieck New Challenges for the Foreign Service; H.F.von Ploetz PART III: CROSS-SECTIONAL TOPICS AND FOREIGN POLICY-MAKING National Decision-Making Structures for German European Policy; W.Hoyer Security Policy: National Structures and Multilateral Integration; L.Rühl The Formulation of Economic Policy within the Context of Increasing International Integration ; H.D.Westerhoff Decision-Making in Environmental Foreign Policy; W.Fischer & P.Holtrup PART IV: POLITICAL SYSTEM, SOCIETY AND FOREIGN POLICY The Role of the Bundestag in German Foreign Policy; J.Krause External Representation of German Länder Interests; M.Knodt Foreign-Policy Influence and Transnational Relations of Political Parties; S.Bartsch Political Foundations: Linking the Worlds of Foreign Policy and Transnationalism; S.Bartsch Societal Intermediary Organizations; K.Kaiser & M.Mildenberger Mass Media, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy; F.Brettschneider Public Attitudes and Elite Attitudes: Towards a New Foreign-Policy Consensus?; C.Holst Organized Interests and Foreign Policy; J.Hartmann Policy Advice and Foreign Policy-Making; M.Mols PART V: CONCLUSION Precarious Power: Germany at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century; G.Hellman Index

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