We are pleased to announce that the latest issue of German Politics and Society has been published by Berghahn Journals.
This special issue assesses the Élysée Treaty in the context of 2013. The articles address such questions as: How has the relation changed over the course of five decades? Does a special Paris-Berlin axis still matter? Have the countries’ expectations of the other evolved? Is there a winner from this alliance? Did the original Treaty accomplish what it planned?
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Volume 31, Number 1
Special Issue: The Élysée Treaty at FiftySpecial Issue Editor: Francesca Vassallo
France and Germany Fifty Years after the Elysee Treaty<http://bit.ly/11twrnL>Francesca Vassallo
Economic and Industrial Cooperation between France and Germany: Assessment and Future Prospects<http://bit.ly/11Uev5z>Jean-Marc Trouille
Leadership in Hard Times: Germany, France, and the Management of the Eurozone Crisis<http://bit.ly/14TOZzu>Joachim Schild
The Elysee Treaty and European Integration Theory<http://bit.ly/11dFfz8>Yannis Karagiannis
The Elysee Treaty in the Context of Franco-German Socio-cultural Relations<http://bit.ly/12DLB1g>Corine Defrance
Sarkozy and Merkel: The Undeniable Relevance of the Franco-German Bilateral Relationship in Europe<http://bit.ly/170w3pW>Francesca Vassallo
Changing Partners at Fifty? French Security Policy after Libya in Light of the Elysee Treaty<http://bit.ly/11x8cWO>Colette Mazzucelli
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