Fb2 The Western Alliance: European Relations Since 1945 (Papermacs S.) ePub
by Alfred Grosser
|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Publisher:||Papermac (October 1, 1980)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1467 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1864 kb|
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The Western Alliance: European-American Relations Since 1945. The Western Alliance: European-American Relations Since 1945. A splendidly successful mixture of history and analysis: the crucial elements and turning points of a difficult relationship are placed in a broad context, sharpened by Grosser's fine sense for the multiplicity of actors and the complexity of any given situation. A good text for the present crisis of the alliance, by a French scholar-writer with a remarkably internationalist perspective. Translated by Michael Shaw. New York: Continuum Publishing Corp.
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Alfred Grosser, The Western Alliance: European-American Relations since 1945 (New York: Continuum Publishing, 1980);Google Scholar. and David P. Calleo, Beyond American Hegemony (New York: Basic Books, 1987). 36. See Catherine McArdle Kelleher, Germany and NATO: The Enduring Bargain, in West Germany’s Foreign Policy: 1949–1979, ed. Wolfram F. Hanrieder (Boulder, CO: Westview, 1980), pp. 43–60.
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Alfred Grosser (born 1 February 1925) is a German-French writer, sociologist, and political scientist. He is known for his contributions towards the Franco-German cooperation after World War II and for criticizing Israel. His father, Paul Grosser, was born in 1880 in Berlin and died 1934 in e, France. American Trade and Power in the 1960s. In particular, he contends that France has been given short shrift. Drawing on a wide array of evidence from French, American and British archives, he aims to show that France constructed a coherent national strategy for domestic and international recovery and pursued that strategy in the first post-war decade.