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Interview with Hans-Dietrich Genscher

Interv.: Quentin Peel ...

Germany was always in favour of the UK joining the Common Market, in spite of French objections, because Britain-with its ‘special relationship’ to Washington-was seen as helping to bind the US to Europe, according to Hans-Dietrich Genscher, the longest-serving German foreign minister. Young Germans... Full description

Main Author: Genscher, Hans-Dietrich
Contributors: Peel, Quentin | Other Person
Stürmer, Michael | Other Person
Published: 2012
Contained in: International affairs Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1931 88(2012), 6, Seite 1205-1218
Journal Title: International affairs
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ISSN: 0020-5850
Keywords: United Kingdom > Germany > Bilateral international relations > European Union > Relationship of members to international actors > Relations between members of international actors > European integration > Europe policy > Euroscepticism/Eurooptimism > Image abroad > Historical experience > Development perspectives and tendencies
Vereinigtes Königreich > Deutschland > Bilaterale internationale Beziehungen > Europäische Union > Beziehungen von Mitgliedern zu internationalem Akteur > Beziehungen zwischen Mitgliedern von internationalem Akteur > Europäische Integration > Europapolitik > Euroskeptizismus/Eurooptimismus > Selbstbild > Auslandsbild > Historische Erfahrung > Genscher, Hans-Dietrich > Entwicklungsperspektive und -tendenz
Language: English
PPN (Catalogue-ID): 1636142184
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