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La nation retrouvée. De la RDA à l'Allemagne

Abstract : The Nation Lost and Found. From GDR to Germany, by Anne-Marie Le Gloannec - The inter-German time upsets diplomatie calendars. The GDR exists no more because it never existed : there was no free and independent state but interpenetration of two societies or rather an unequal exchange. Though the influence of the FRG in the GDR was stronger, West German society did not remain entirely without some Eastern influence. Therefore the reunified Germany will not be merely a big Federal Republic. Though the fall of communist regimes and the reunification of the two Germanies bring more security to Germany and Europe, they also lead Bonn and West Berlin -- and later Berlin -- into economie and political turbulence. Will Germany be able to stand by its pledges to the outside world ?
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Anne-Marie Le Gloannec. La nation retrouvée. De la RDA à l'Allemagne. Politique étrangère, Institut Français des Relations internationales, 1990, 55 (1), pp.45-52. ⟨hal-01009600⟩



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