2 edition of Attitudes toward American foreign policy, West Germany found in the catalog.
Attitudes toward American foreign policy, West Germany
by Inter-University Consortium for Political Research in Ann Arbor, Mich
|Statement||principal investigator, Angus Campbell|
|Series||ICPR study -- no. 7230, ICPSR study -- 7230|
|Contributions||Inter-university Consortium for Political Research|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 94 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||94|
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Outside Germany, many critiques of the Sonderweg thesis came from the left. The British scholars Geoff Eley and David Blackbourn, in their book “The Peculiarities of German History. THE foreign policy of any nation is the resultant of varied forces. Economic conditions, commercial rivalries, dynastic ambitions, and special issues arising from time to time, determine a nation's attitude toward other states. In a democracy, it is also inescapable that a political party in opposition should oppose measures taken by the party in power affecting relations with foreign.
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Summary: This study was conducted in and focused on the attitudes of the American public toward West Germany and the bases for these beliefs. Respondents were asked to appraise the reliability of West Germany as an ally in disputes between the United States and Russia. Attitudes Toward American Foreign Policy: West Germany, (ICPSR ) focusing on American opinions of and attitudes toward West Germany.
Respondents were asked open-ended questions relating to their impressions of West Germany, if and why their attitudes had changed over the past several years, how dependable an ally West Germany was. There is no evidence of a rise of anti-Americanism in most of Western Europe, home to great animosity toward Washington in the middle West Germany book the last decade.
Only in Germany, where U.S. favorability is down 13 points sincehas the positive image of the United States. Anti-German sentiment official relationships cooled as did popular attitudes towards Germany and German residents in Britain.
A fear of German militarism replaced a previous admiration for German culture and literature. West Germany was a co-founder of the European Union and the reunified Germany continues as a leading member.
During. Basic values and attitudes toward foreign expectations are examined using data from a telephone survey conducted in Germany in The evidence shows that, by and large, basic values are associated with policy attitudes as in structuring foreign policy postures and attitudes toward specific foreign policy issues.
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