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Author Szabo, Stephen F.

Title Parting ways : the crisis in German-American relations / Stephen F. Szabo
Published Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution Press, [2004]
©2004

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Description x, 195 pages ; 24 cm
Contents A "poisoned" relationship -- From unlimited solidarity to reckless adventurism: responding to 9-11 -- Partners in contradiction: from the election to war -- Kulturkampf: a clash of strategic cultures -- Is it Bush or is it America? German images of the United States -- Welcome to the Berlin Republic -- From alliance to alignment
Summary "The first comprehensive examination of the German-American relationship written since the invasion of Iraq, Parting Ways is indispensable for those seeking to chart the future course of the transatlantic alliance." "Drawing on extensive research and personal interviews with decisionmakers and informed observers in both the United States and Germany, Stephen F. Szabo frames the clash between Gerhard Schroder and George W. Bush over U.S. policy in Iraq in the context of the larger changes shaping the relationship between the two countries. Szabo considers such longer-term factors as the decreasing strategic importance of the U.S.-German relationship for each nation in the post-cold war era, the emergence of a new German identity within Germany itself, and a U.S. foreign policy led by what is arguably the most ideological administration of the post-World War II era."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 159-186) and index
Subject Anti-Americanism -- Germany.
Public opinion -- Germany.
United States -- Politics and government -- 2001-2009 -- Public opinion.
Germany -- Foreign relations -- 1990-
Germany -- Foreign relations -- United States.
United States -- Foreign public opinion, German
United States -- Foreign relations -- Germany.
Author Brookings Institution.
LC no. 2004019514
ISBN 0815782446 alkaline paper