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German Security Policy in the 21st Century: Problems, Partners and Perspectives

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German Security Policy in the 21st Century

Problems, Partners and Perspectives

Holger Mey
Translated from the German by Andrew Denison

160 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-57181-663-4 $135.00/£99.00 / Hb / Published (March 2004)

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"Berlin, 12 January 2030 – The crisis worsens. The Chancellor reaches for the telephone. He instructs his anteroom to put through a call to Germany's most important ally in order to discuss the situation and determine a further course of action." With whom would the chancellor speak? With the American, the French, or maybe even the Russian president? Or will the Chancellor only exercise representative functions while the real responsibility and decision-making authority lies with the President of the United Regions of Europe? This volume invites policy makers and politicians to use their imagination, to look beyond current events and take a long-term view on possible developments. Such projections, the author argues, lead to interesting conclusions for strategic planning.

Holger Mey is Independent Political Advisor and Director of the Institute for Strategic Analysis, Bonn, Germany.

Subject: Peace and Conflict Studies
Area: Germany


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