Multilateralism, German Foreign Policy, and Central Europe

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Index

a
Ackermann-Gemeinde44
Adenauer, K. 20, 26, 55, 58
Allardt, H. 26
Anderson, J. 3, 93, 110-11
Arbeitnehmer-Entsendegesetz97
article 116 , German constitution 82, 86
Aussiedler76, 84
Axen, H. 31
Aznar, J. 120

b
Bahr, E. 23, 30-1, 35, 83
Barcz, J. 85
Bartodziej, G. 88
Bauernverband99, 105, 107-8
Bavaria 43 ;
and free movement of labor 95-6, 101 ;
and Sudeten German expellees 44, 51-2
Beneš decrees 45, 46-8, 79, 109 ;
and EU enlargement 48, 93
Bielecki, J. 42
Bingen, D. 41, 42, 49
Brandt, W. 33 ;
as chancellor 38, 56, 75, 83 ;
and collective memories 20 ;
as foreign minister 23, 29-30 ;
kneeling at Warsaw Ghetto monument 2, 20, 36
Braun, K. 76
Brehmer, D. 88
Brezhnev, L. 30, 50
Brümmer, C. 87
Bulmer, S. 10, 93
Bundesanstalt für Arbeit96
Bundesrat 37, 43, 57, 98
Bundestag:
and EU enlargement 98, 104, 107 ;
and forced labor foundation 71-2 ;
and friendship treaty with ČSFR 43-4 ;
and German minority in Czech Republic 87 ;
and German minority in Poland 88-9 ;
resolution on Oder-Neisse line 60 ;
and Prague Treaty 37, 81
Bundeswehr11

c
Campbell, F.G. 78
Caporaso, J. 3
Carstens, K. 28
Catholic bishops letter exchange 33
Chandler, D. 85
Chirac, J. 107
Christian Democrats:
atlanticist wing 25, 32 ;
and Common Agricultural Policy 104, 106 ;
and forced labor foundation 71 ;
Gaullist wing 25, 27, 32 ;
and German-Czech relations 29, 43, 81, 87 ;
and German-Polish relations 88-9 ;
and multilateralism 20 ;
and Silesian expellees 52
Christian Social Union (CSU) 40 ;
and Beneš decrees 110 ;
and German-Czech declaration 46 ;
and Sudeten Germans 44, 51
collective memories 6, 15, 20-1
Common Agricultural Policy 13, 25, 31-2, 93, 104-9, 110-11, 117 ;
direct payments 106-9 ;
distributional issues in 93, 104, 107-8 ;

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