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L'Allemagne et l'après-Yalta ou les hauts et les bas d'un double anniversaire

Abstract : A Review of Ups and Downs in Post-Yalta Germany on its Double Anniversary, by Anne-Marie Le Gloannec - The policy of progress by small steps and concessions inaugurated by the Social Démocratie and Liberal Coalition and folio wed since 1982 by the Conservative/Liberal Coalition created a solid network of ties between the two Germanies which has proved robust. Instead of freezing inter-German relations after the installation of American missiles in the Federal Republic, East Berlin chose to intensify ties with Bonnu and even to allow East Germans easier access to the West. Was this direct consequence of West German concessions, the change induced by closer relations for which Egon Bahr had hoped? The present hardening of attitudes shows the limitations of those policies: how much change and rapprochement has the Egon Bahr formula in fact produced? When will the real change and rapprochement take place between the two Germanies?
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Anne-Marie Le Gloannec. L'Allemagne et l'après-Yalta ou les hauts et les bas d'un double anniversaire. Politique étrangère, Institut Français des Relations internationales, 1989, 54 (3), pp.411-421. ⟨hal-01009358⟩



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