In this work Alexandre Muns analyzes and describes the political, economic and social forces and the roles played by politicians and high-ranking officials from the United States, the former Soviet Union, the Federal Republic of Germany, the former German Democratic Republic and other countries in enabling international diplomacy to achieve the historic success of peacefully reunifying Germany in less than a year as a fully sovereign and democratic state. Interviews with many of the key officials in the negotiations reveal how the western powers seized the opportunity presented by the popular democratic revolution in the GDR in 1989 to engineer German reunification on terms largely favorable to the West. . . . Alexandre Muns Rubiol holds a PhD in Contemporary History from the University of Barcelona. He is a Lecturer in European Integration and International Economic Institutions at the Escola Superior de Comerç Internacional (Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona) since 1997 and Head of Studies of the American Chamber of Commerce in Spain.
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