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Through Merkel's Era: Theory and Practice of German Foreign Relations


By:Xiao Peng

Publisher:Social Sciences Academic Press

ISBN: 978-7-5228-2296-9

Publication Date:2023-11-09


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This book focuses on the changes in Germany's foreign relations in the Merkel era, but also takes full account of Germany's history and culture, and describes all aspects of Germany's foreign relations in an easy-to-understand writing style. The book is divided into two parts: the first part focuses on theory and history, covering the theoretical interpretation of Germany's foreign relations, the historical retrospective of Germany's foreign relations, as well as the design of the layout of Germany's foreign relations; and the second part focuses on practice and reality, including Germany's role in European integration at the periphery level, Germany's relations with the United States, Russia, and China at the national level, as well as the global level of Germany's contemporary foreign strategy. This book is of great academic value and practical significance as it promotes domestic theoretical and practical research on Germany's foreign relations, and also provides important references for relevant state departments in formulating their policies towards Germany.