Lantis examines continuity and change in German foreign policy in the decade since unification. Case studies of German responses to challenges from the Persian Gulf War to Kosovo illustrate the constitutional challenges of global activism since unification and the rise of a new consensus on the German political left for engagement in global affairs.
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