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Alemania y su apertura al Este

Karl Kaiser
Política Exterior
Vol. 5, No. 19 (Winter, 1991), pp. 145-153
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20643064
Page Count: 9
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Abstract

The agreement on the unification of Germany means not only the end of a divided Germany, but also the end of a divided Europe. The whole process of unification can be described as a bloodless revolution. Moreover, this process has been an example of "statecraft". This is true because Germany, after the approval of the allies of the unification, has convinced the Soviets of the idea of a Western Germany. Today we have a united Germany that is still a member of the European Community and NATO. The new Germany has to live in a changing Europe, in which the East-West conflict is loosing its relevance and showing the need to redefine the old strategies.

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