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The Changing Status of German Reunification in Western Diplomacy, 1955-1966

Charles R. Planck

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Originally published in 1967. The Changing Status of German Reunification in Western Diplomacy, 1955-1966 reviews the course of NATO policy on German reunification from the perspective of West German preferences and Bonn's endeavors to have them respected in the diplomatic efforts of the major allies. With its accession to NATO, the West German government under Adenauer continued its policy of rehabilitating the German people in the eyes of the Western political community by playing a willing and sometimes leading role in joint ventures whose purpose was said to transcend the nation-state.

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76
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9781421434353
Table of Contents

I. Introduction
II. NATO and the German Reunification Problem
III. The United States and German Reunification after 1961
IV. De Gaulle's "European" Initiative, 1964-66
V. Remarks on the Present

I. Introduction
II. NATO and the German Reunification Problem
III. The United States and German Reunification after 1961
IV. De Gaulle's "European" Initiative, 1964-66
V. Remarks on the Present Juncture

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Charles R. Planck

Charles Planck was a professor of political science at SUNY Buffalo. He was the creator of the Tolstoy College at SUNY Buffalo, an anarchist educational community.