From The Common Soviet Threat to the Rhetoric Of A 'Delinquent' Germany

How The German-American Relationship Has Evolved Until The Trump Presidency


Term Paper, 2020

23 Pages, Grade: 1,0


Abstract or Introduction

This research paper illustrates the transatlantic relationship between the United States and Germany before President Trump took office in 2016. It uses the historical context of the Cold War and its aftermath, as well as German Reunification to explain what the relationship looked like, how it changed over time, and what it means for both countries. Illustrating cooperative dynamics in the military and in politics, it is further discussed if the relationship between the United States and Germany could be considered "special". In the conclusion, the paper argues that we should invest our resources in keeping the important political and socio-cultural ties alive to form an enduring alliance.

Details

Title
From The Common Soviet Threat to the Rhetoric Of A 'Delinquent' Germany
Subtitle
How The German-American Relationship Has Evolved Until The Trump Presidency
College
University of Heidelberg  (Heidelberg Center for American Studies)
Grade
1,0
Author
Year
2020
Pages
23
Catalog Number
V1437065
ISBN (eBook)
9783346991386
ISBN (Book)
9783346991393
Language
English
Keywords
Germany, USA, America, transatlantic, relations, politics, history, Trump, Schröder, heritage, German-American, friendship, cooperation, international relations
Quote paper
Leo Kempe (Author), 2020, From The Common Soviet Threat to the Rhetoric Of A 'Delinquent' Germany, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1437065

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