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281. Beyond the Deadlock: How Europe Can Contribute to UN Reform

282. First into Nagasaki: The Censored Eyewitness Dispatches on Post-Atomic Japan and Its Prisoners of War by George Weller, edited and with an essay

283. Terrorism and Heroism: The Assassination of Reinhard Heydrich

284. Two Europes vis-à-vis Enlargement: A comparative study of two competing approaches regarding the EU enlargement project in the case of Turkey

285. Berlin's Russia Challenge

286. The Origins of Chancellor Democracy and the Transformation of the German Democratic Paradigm

287. "No more Potsdam!": Konrad Adenauer's Nightmare and the Basis of his International Orientation

288. Western Integration vs. Reunification? Analyzing the Polls of the 1950s

289. The “Social Market Economy” and its Impact on German European Policy in the Adenauer Era, 1949-1963

290. Adenauer, Erhard, and the Uses of Prosperity

291. Translating Economics into Politics in Cold War Germany

292. On the Road to a German “Postnationalism”? Athletic Competition between the Two German States in the Era of Konrad Adenauer

293. Representation without Emulation: German Cultural Diplomacy in Search of Integration and Self-Assurance during the Adenauer Era

294. Don't Think Twice, It's Alright: SPD-Left Party/PDS Coalitions in the Eastern German Länder

295. "The Whole World Is In Uproar": Discourses of Fear, Instability, and Global Change in West German Media, 1977-1980

296. British-German Relations and Collective Memory

297. Spying on Terrorists: Germany in Comparative Perspective

298. Germany's Involvement in Extraordinary Renditions and Its Responsibility under International Law

299. Entertaining Auteurism: Popular Filmmakers Think About Germany

300. The Denk ich an Deutschland Films of the Two Andreases from the East: Kleinert's Bewildering Berlin and Dresen's Stagnating Uckermark