German Policy Studies

Periodical covering political issues in Germany.

Articles from Vol. 1, No. 3, September

Editorial
Since the end of World War II the advanced industrial democracies of Western Europe have witnessed changes in the demographic makeup of immigrants entering their borders. Whereas once Central and Northern Europeans dominated the immigrant landscape,...
Imagined Identity: Immigration, Ueberfremdung, and Cultural Chauvinism in German Far-Right Partisan Discourse
Abstract In recent years, issues of an imagined ethno-cultural identity and revived nationalism have received renewed attention in German partisan public discourse. Initially, this came as a shock to both Germans and non-Germans. Both inside and...
Party Competition and Inclusion of Immigrants in Germany
Abstract In the history of traditional immigration countries, i.e., countries with an open policy and tradition of immigration, migration has exercised a great influence on party systems and election results. In Europe, the current situation in...
Republicanism and the Politics of Citizenship in Germany and France: Convergence or Divergence?
Abstract In this article it is argued that the models of German citizenship are quite dynamic and evolving. The German tradition today is more in line with the French and U.S. republican model of jus soli citizenship than the ascriptive jus sanguinis....
Tainted Blood: The Ambivalence of Ethnic Migration in Israel, Japan, Korea, Germany and the United States[1]
In Russia, everyone called me Jewish. But now that I'm in Israel, people say I'm Russian. It's painful[2]. Fast jede Art von Gemeinsamkeit und Gegensaetzlichkeit des Habitus und der Gepflogenheiten kann Anlass zu dem subjektiven Glauben...

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