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Germany, Russia, and the Rise of Geo-Economics
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Acknowledgements Chapter 1: The Foreign Policy of Germany Inc. Drang Nach Osten Trading State vs Civilian Power Germany as a Reemerging Power Germany as a Geo-Economic Power Adapting Ostpolitik to Globalization Chapter2 : Germans and Russians German Images of Russia Historical Context Contemporary German Public Opinion on Russia The Russian Image in the German Media Germans and Russian Democracy Chapter 3: Who makes Russia policy? The Political Parties and the Bundestag Inside the German Government German Business The Role of German Think Tanks, Political Foundations and Academia Chapter 4: Doing Business with Russia Inc. Dealing with the Devil: German Business in Russia The Costs of Corruption The Case of Siemens AG Gazprom in Germany The Gazprom German Team Implications of the Energy Revolution Chapter 5: Security and Geo-Economics The Geopolitics of Geo-economics Military Force: Nein Danke Defending Germany Inc. The Resource and Markets Imperative The Merkel Doctrine and Arms Exports Drones and German Security Cyber Security and Industrial Espionage Russia and German Security Chapter 6: Germany's Russlandpolitik: Implications for The United States, Poland and Europe Russia as the Centerpiece in the German-American Relationship The Legacy of 1989 in Germany and the United States German and American Publics and Russia Assymetrical Economic Stakes The German-American Strategic Debate Strategic Options for the United States Poland's Resets with Germany and Russia The Role of the European Union In the Wake of the Ukraine Crisis Chapter 7: Conclusions: Germany the Shaping Power Future Scenarios for German-Russian Relations Germany and the Geo-Economic World Germany as a Shaping Power Select Bibliography Index

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The German-Russian relationship helped determine Europe's future in the twentieth century and is likely to continue to do so into the twenty-first century. This book offers an analysis of how German policy towards Russia is shaped and how it is likely to develop in future.

About the Author

Stephen F. Szabo is Executive Director of the Transatlantic Academy, an independent research institute based at the German Marshall Fund of the United States in Washington DC, USA. He is the author of numerous books and articles focusing on Transatlantic relations and German foreign policy including Parting Ways: The Crisis in German-American Relations (2004).

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An original and indispensable corrective to the overly political-military focus of most writing on Europe, Russia, and global politics. -- Andrew Moravcsik * Foreign Affairs *
Quite simply the best book to appear on any aspect of contemporary German foreign policy in recent years. * William Paterson OBE, Emeritus Director of the Institute for German Studies, University of Birmingham, UK *
Stephen Szabo brings his deep historical and contemporary knowledge to bear in deftly analyzing the German-Russian relationship. This engagingly written book explains the role of economic and commercial factors in driving Germany's Russia policy and should serve as required reading for scholars and students who wish to better understand the present and future course of a relationship that has tremendous implications for the United States, Europe and Eurasia. * James Goldgeier, Dean of the School of International Service at American University, USA *
Stephen Szabo's volume on German relations with Russia in the larger geo-economic context is an important contribution to a better understanding of the long-range complexity of that issue. He correctly puts emphasis on the historically significant economic links between the two states, but he also conveys a keen understanding of the geopolitical dangers inherent in a one-dimensional approach. Szabo's book is thus a genuinely significant contribution to geostrategic literature. * Zbigniew Brzezinksi, Senior Research Professor of International Relations, John Hopkins University, USA *

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