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Germany's EU policy on asylum and defence: de-europeanization by default?

Author: Hellmann, Gunther Series: New perspectives in German studies Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 207 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781403987983Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Germany's EU Policy on Asylum and Defence De-Europeanization by Default? Contents List of Tables and Figures Preface Glossary of Abbreviations and Terms Notes on the Contributors 1 German Foreign Policy in Europe: An Interactionist Framework of Analysis Wolfgang Wagner, Rainer Baumann, Monika Bösche and Gunther Hellmann Changes in Germany's European diplomacy: in search of an explanation German foreign policy in Europe: state of the art Towards an interactionist framework of analysis The interactionist framework of analysis 2 Trapped Inside the European Fortress? Germany and European Union Asylum and Refugee Policy Monika Bösche Introduction Germany's historical background Schengen: the Franco-German 'motor of advanced integration' Schengen: utilizing the deepening levels of cooperation in response to new challenges The Maastricht summit as a German Success Story: integrating intergovernmental cooperation into the Treaty and empowerment of the European regions Actions and reactions in Germany: changes to the German Grundgesetz The Amsterdam summit: the success of Schengen and the veto of the German Länder Amsterdam and its effects at the European level The special summit in Tampere: provisional outcomes 29 29 32 33 39 1 3 5 19 vii viii xi xiii 1 43 47 54 68 71 After Tampere: further developments in asylum and refugee policy Nice: the lasting blockade of the Länder and a possible new linkage After Nice: no change in the German attitude The work of the European Convention Conclusions 3 Missing in Action? Germany's Bumpy Road from InstitutionBuilding to Substance in European Security and Defence Policy Wolfgang Wagner Introduction The point of departure: Germany at the end of the Cold War Influencing the new rules: German policy during the 73 75 77 79 83 91 91 96 Intergovernmental Conference of 1990/91 99 Post-Maastricht governance of European security and defence policy 106 Creative double-hatting: Germany during its 1999 Presidency 116 Implementing the Cologne decisions 122 Germany and the elaboration of a Constitutional Treaty 130 The new governance of European security 133 The difficult delivery of the goods: German policy beyond institutionalism and symbolism 135 Conclusion 143 Appendix: German defence spending 147 4 Lamed Power: Germany and European Integration Gunther Hellmann Introduction: grasping Germany's 'de-Europeanization' Two variants of inevitability: Europeanists and Realists De-Europeanization by default: an interactionist synthesis Conclusions and outlook Bibliography Index 156 156 160 163 172 185 203

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