|Heinz-Jürgen Axt is a professor of political science at Gerhard-Mercator-University in Duisburg, German. His main subjects of research are European integration, German foreign policy, and conflicts in the Balkans, Greece, Turkey, and Cyprus. Recent publications include Griechenlands Außenpolitik und Europa: Verpaßte Chancen und neue Herausforderungen ( BadenBaden 1992); "'Mitteillage' 'Kerneuropa': Perspectives of Franco-German Relations," in The New Europe and Germany, edited by Bruce Marshall ( New York 1996); and "The European Union as a Catalyst of Modernization," in Society and Politics in South-East Europe, edited by Nikolai Genov ( Sofia 1995).|
|Dr.Barbara Dietz is a researcher at the Osteuropa-Institute in Munich, Germany. Her major areas of professional interest include the politics of east-west migration, ethnic relations and nationality policy in the successor states of the Soviet Union (CIS), migration in and outside of those states, and the integration of ethnic German immigrants from the CIS into German society. Recent publications include. Zwischen Anpassung und Autonomie: Rußlanddeutsche in der vormaligen SowJetunion und in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland ( Berlin 1995); "Rückwanderung in eine fremde Gesellschaft: Zur sozialen Integration rußlanddeutscher Aussiedler in der Bundesrepublik," in Forschungsfeld "Aussiedler": Ansichten aus Deutschland, edited by Ines Graudenz and Regina Römhild ( Frankfurt-am-Main 1996);|
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Publication information: Book title: Migrants, Refugees, and Foreign Policy:U.S. and German Policies toward Countries of Origin. Contributors: Rainer Münz - Editor. Publisher: Berghahn Books. Place of publication: Providence, RI. Publication year: 1997. Page number: 357.