2 edition of West Germany"s internal security policy found in the catalog.
West Germany"s internal security policy
Peter J. Katzenstein
by Western Studies Program, Center for International Studies, Cornell University in [Ithaca, N.Y.]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 71-86).
|Statement||Peter J. Katzenstein.|
|Series||Western Societies Program occasional paper -- no. 28|
|LC Classifications||HV8207 .K37 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
Following the storming of the plane and the killing of those terrorists on October 18th by West German special forces, the remaining members of the RAF committed suicide at Stammheim Prison. With their demands not met, Schleyer’s kidnappers murdered him on the same day, leaving him in the boot of a car near the French border. Germany's Bundesbank remains an influential actor in eurozone policymaking, and its recent disagreements with the ECB raise concerns about managing .
On 4 July, the eve of the Greek bailout referendum, the Alternative für Deutschland, Germany’s new Eurosceptic party, held a conference in the West German city of Essen. The founder and most prominent face of the party, Professor Bernd Lucke, failed to be re-elected as party leader. The name Germany is used in three senses: first, it refers to the region in Central Europe commonly regarded as constituting Germany, even when there was no central German state, as was the case for most of Germany’s history; second, it refers to the unified German state established in and existing until ; and third, since October 3, , it refers to the united Germany, formed by.
Until the early s West Germans could generally expect what we refer to as “normal labor relations.” For workers, this meant a job with a permanent contract, protection from dismissal, and integration into the state social-security system, including health and unemployment insurance. I was the editor of Konkret, West Germany's leading leftist magazine, and I regularly appeared on German television. After helping Baader escape from custody, we formed the Red Army Faction. We travelled to the deserts of Jordan to recieve training from Palestinian guerrillas, and then spent two years recruiting members, robbing banks, and.
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