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L'Allemagne après les Pershing : consensus, divergences et dissensions

Abstract : Consensus, differences and dissensions in post-Pershing Germany, by Anne-Marie Le Gloannec - The wave of pacifism seems to have subsided momentarily in the Federal Republic of Germany and attention has once more returned to everyday problems such as the rate of growth, the unemployment curve and trade union disputes. Though most observer s deplore a degree of technological backwardness, they do not agree on how to remedy it, nor on policies to reverse the unemployment trend. Will the missile issue be replaced by the 35-hour week as the major bone of contention between government and opposition ? Consensus also seems to be eroding on defence although the government and the SPD are at tintes united on this question. However, the one essential point on which consensus remains is Ostpolitik.
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Anne-Marie Le Gloannec. L'Allemagne après les Pershing : consensus, divergences et dissensions. Politique étrangère, Institut Français des Relations internationales, 1984, 49 (2), pp.355-363. ⟨hal-01009252⟩

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