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Berlin - Moscow 2005-2008: policy options for German future government

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Rahr, Alexander

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Abstract "After the Bundestag elections on the 18th of September, a new Federal Government could be inclined to distance itself from the current 'special' and 'strategic' relationship between Berlin and Moscow, and increasingly engage with the smaller Central and Eastern European states. On the other hand, it can be expected that the undeniable economic boom in Russia will continue to hold German companies in its spell, and politics will follow the strategic interests of the German economy." (Autorenreferat)
Keywords Federal Republic of Germany; Russia; foreign policy; Federal Government; strategy; political strategy; economic growth; interest; political interest; Eastern Europe; economy; demography
Classification International Relations, International Politics, Foreign Affairs, Development Policy; Economic Policy
Method descriptive study
Publication Year 2005
Page/Pages p. 1-4
Journal GUS-Barometer, 11 (2005) 39
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications
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