- Title Pages
- Europe In Change Series Editor: <i>T</i>homas <i>C</i>hristiansen and <i>E</i>mil <i>K</i>irchner
- List of Tables
- List of Abbreviations
- Part I Research design and historical background
- 1 Studying German strategic culture
- 2 A post-war history of German security culture
- Part II A military role for Germany in international crisis management?
- 3 From the Gulf War to Somalia: cracks in the old consensus
- 4 From Srebrenica to <i>Operation Allied Force</i>: reinterpreting the lessons of the past
- 5 Back to the Gulf: limits and possibilities of the new consensus
- Part III The Bundeswehr: willing and able?
- 6 The Bundeswehr: a force for good?
- 7 The Bundeswehr’s projection capability
- Appendix A
- Appendix B
- Appendix C
- Appendix D
- (p.1) Introduction
- Germany, Pacifism and Peace Enforcement
- Manchester University Press
Drawing on theories of strategic culture, this book analyses the process and outcome of Germany's transformation. It shows how the new German security posture is based on a working consensus between two very different domestic schools of thought about international security and Germany's role in the world. It examines the lengthy and at times acrimonious domestic German out-of-area debate as it unfolded in the German Bundestag—the debate's major public forum—in the period between the first Gulf War in 1991 and the war against Iraq in 2003.
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