Willy Brandt and International Relations

Europe, the USA and Latin America, 1974-1992
 
 
Bloomsbury Academic (Verlag)
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  • 256 Seiten
 
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While there are many books that deal with Brandt's foreign policy as West German Chancellor, Willy Brandt and International Relations is the only book to deal with Brandt's politics as elder statesman between 1974 and 1992. The editors have assembled a group of authors from Germany, the USA, Latin America and Europe to assess Brandt's important role in global affairs during the waning decades of the Cold War.

The chapters follow Brandt beyond his resignation as Chancellor in 1974, after which he continued his position as chairman of Social Democratic party and became chairman of the Socialist International. His international politics were above all focused on Europe, Latin America and the United States. He was keen on finding new partners in the 'Third World' such as Latin America and the Caribbean, leading to conflicts with the U.S. administration which caused problems for West German foreign policy. The authors also examine global challenges that occurred after 1989, such as Brandt's handling of German unification, the Kuwait crisis of 1991 and the first Gulf War.

Willy Brandt and International Relations provides a new perspective on decades of Cold War relations and beyond through the work of an influential statesman and political thinker. It is an illuminating book for students and scholars of the Cold War and international relations.
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Bernd Rother is a Research Fellow at the Federal Chancellor Willy Brandt Foundation in Berlin, Germany.

Klaus Larres is Richard M Krasno Distinguished Professor of History and International Affairs at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA and a senior fellow at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University, USA.
Acknowledgments
Notes on Contributors
Introduction, Klaus Larres and Bernd Rother
Part 1: Willy Brandt and the United States
1. Willy Brandt's Relations with the United States, 1933-1974, Judith Michel
2. Berlin Bonds: Willy Brandt's American Support Network, 1941 - 1989, Scott H. Krause
3. Two Very Different Atlanticists? Willy Brandt and Helmut Schmidt, 1974-1992, Matthias Haeussler
4. A Prophet Unheard: Willy Brandt's North-South Policy and Its Reception in the United States, Wolfgang Schmidt
Part 2: Willy Brandt: The European Dimension
5. A Post-national Europe: Brandt's Vision for the European Community between the Superpowers, Harold Mock
6. How Do We Deal with Eurocommunism? A Case Study of Dissonance between Willy Brandt and the US Governments of Nixon, Ford and Carter, Nikolas Dörr
7. The Turbulent Uears: Willy Brandt's Transatlantic Networks during the Euromissile Crisis, Jan Hansen
8. Conceptualizing "Common Security": Willy Brandt's Vision of Trans-bloc Security and Its International Perception, 1981-1990, Oliver Bange
Part 3: Willy Brandt: The Latin American Dimension
9. "Elastic Cooperation": Willy Brandt and Latin America, Fernando Pedrosa
10. From the Iberian Peninsula to Latin America: The Socialist International's Initiatives in the First Years of Brandt's Presidency, Ana Mónica Fonseca
11. Cooperation between the European and Latin American Moderate Left in the 1970s and 1980s, Bernd Rother
Annex: Doing Historical Research on Willy Brandt
Bibliography
Index

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