The Future Of Germany And The Atlantic Alliance

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The Future Of Germany And The Atlantic Alliance

By Constantine Menges
AEI Press, 1991
269 pp. $24.95

Menges came to America as a child, his parents refugees from Nazi Germany. He went on to become one of the most outspoken anticommunists of President Reagan's national security staff, specializing in Latin America. In this history he returns to the center of the East-West confrontation, Germany. The perspective is apt, for the great strategic change of our era so far is German unification. If Menges's speculations about the future now seem overtaken by their assumption that the Soviet Union would remain a great and unified power, they still remind us of the forces at play if it-or Russia-were to regain that status.

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