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Germany and Israel in the 1990s and Beyond: Still a ‘Special Relationship’?: Still a Special Relationship? (Europäische Hochschulschriften / European ... / Publications Universitaires Européennes) download epub

by Yves Pallade


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The relationship between Germany and Israel has been often characterized as a one way street: Germany being the donor and Israel the recipient.

The relationship between Germany and Israel has been often characterized as a one way street: Germany being the donor and Israel the recipient. Yet little is known about the fact that for a long a time there has been a close cooperation - particulary in the field of security - from which both parties equelly benefit. Yves Pallade writes about this relationship and about much more in a very in-depth manner. On a broad basis of sources he impacts information about the relations between the two countries and mentions both stumbling blocks as well as successful cooperations.

This is both a comprehensive and profound analysis of the German-Israeli relationship during the 1990s and beyond, which tries to answer the question whether it can still be considered a ‘special’ one. It comprises a thorough examination of the relations in virtually all existing areas of contact between both countries, ranging from high politics to social contacts, public opinion, and media reporting.

This is both a comprehensive and profound analysis of the German-Israeli relationship during the 1990s and beyond, which tries to answer the question whether it can still be considered a 'special' one. It comprises a thorough examination of the relations in virtually all existing areas of contact between both countries, ranging from high politics to social contacts, public This is both a comprehensive and profound analysis of the German-Israeli relationship during the 1990s and beyond, which tries to answer the question whether it can still be considered a 'special' one.

still a special relationship? by Yves Pallade. Published 2005 by P. Lang in Frankfurt am Main, New York Series XXXI, Political science ; v v. 518 , Europäische Hochschulschriften. Lang in Frankfurt am Main, New York. Foreign relations, German Military assistance, Moral and ethical aspects, Moral and ethical aspects of National socialism, National socialism. Series XXXI, Political science ; v v. Reihe XXXI, Politikwissenschaft ;, Bd. 518, Europäische Hochschulschriften. Bd. 518. Classifications.

Germany and Israel in the 1990s and Beyond: Still a ‘Special Relationship’? Y Pallade. This article focuses on the use of the concept of friendship in the treaties of friendship concluded by the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union in the twentieth century

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The Special Relationship is an unofficial term often used to describe the political, diplomatic, cultural, economic, military, and historical relations between the United Kingdom and the United States

The Special Relationship is an unofficial term often used to describe the political, diplomatic, cultural, economic, military, and historical relations between the United Kingdom and the United States. The term first came into popular usage after it was used in a 1946 speech by Winston Churchill. The two nations have been close allies during many conflicts in the 20th and 21st centuries, including World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Cold War, the Gulf War, and the War on Terror.

The special relationship

The special relationship. Since the creation of the Jewish state on May 14, 1948, the United States and Israel have maintained very strong ties. Israel owes it very existence in large part to the efforts of the United States. Traditionally, Israel has been looked upon as a solid friend and ally in a very tumultuous region of the world. A tremendous amount of aid, especially military and economic, has been given to the country

Special relationship (international relations). China and Germany's 'Special Relationship' - The Diplomat".

Special relationship (international relations). For the 2010 film, see The Special Relationship (film). A special relationship is a diplomatic relationship that is especially strong. For the historically close relationship between the United Kingdom and the United States, see Special Relationship. US-UK: Still a special relationship? ✪ India Britain Relations. Lecture of Opportunity Tim Oliver: Brexit and Britain's Approach to International Relations. Covert Action: Behind the Special Relationship Rory Cormac. "China-Pakistan relations".

This is both a comprehensive and profound analysis of the German-Israeli relationship during the 1990s and beyond, which tries to answer the question whether it can still be considered a ‘special’ one. It comprises a thorough examination of the relations in virtually all existing areas of contact between both countries, ranging from high politics to social contacts, public opinion, and media reporting. Hitherto largely unknown aspects, in particular in the sphere of security cooperation, are brought to light, allowing a perspective different from conventional accounts. Far from contenting itself with a mere enumeration of facts, the critical approach taken by the author also highlights both problematic dimensions of and challenges to the relationship.

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The relationship between Germany and Israel has been often characterized as a one way street: Germany being the donor and Israel the recipient. Yet little is known about the fact that for a long a time there has been a close cooperation - particulary in the field of security - from which both parties equelly benefit. Yves Pallade writes about this relationship and about much more in a very in-depth manner. On a broad basis of sources he impacts information about the relations between the two countries and mentions both stumbling blocks as well as successful cooperations. Particulary after the numerous soap-box oratories on the occasion of the celebrations of the 40th anniversary of official German-Israeli relations, this is an indispensable book for all those who want to see what lies behind the scenes.
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Given the special relations between Germany and Israel it is surprising that the topic has so far been treated by political science rather marginally. It is all the more gratifying that an author has now produced a successful opus in this respect.

On the basis of numerous interviews the author has presented a comprehensive analytical study. Particularly interesting is the study's detailed and extensive part on security policy, intelligence and other related issues. Here the author succeeds in drawing a comprehensive picture despite the fact that the complete availability of relevant sources is not given. These approx. 150 pages alone make the study as yet an unrivalled standard work which should not be lacking in any university library.
Germany and Israel in the 1990s and Beyond: Still a ‘Special Relationship’?: Still a Special Relationship? (Europäische Hochschulschriften / European ... / Publications Universitaires Européennes) download epub
Humanities
Author: Yves Pallade
ISBN: 3631542038
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften (July 5, 2005)
Pages: 598 pages


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