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Ulrich Krotz previously taught at Oxford University and Brown University, and held various research positions at Princeton, the EUI, and Harvard. A native of Heidelberg, Germany, he received his Ph.D. in international relations and comparative politics from Cornell University. He is author of Flying Tiger: International Relations Theory and the Politics of Advanced Weapons (Oxford University Press, 2011) and History and Foreign Policy in France and Germany (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming). Recent journal publications have appeared in World Politics, International Security, the European Journal of International Relations, European Security, Foreign Policy Analysis, and the Journal of Common Market Studies. He is Professor at the European University Institute (EUI), where he holds the Chair in International Relations and European Politics both in the Political Science Department and the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies.
Joachim Schild was previously a researcher at the Franco-German Institute, Ludwigsburg, and at the leading German think tank for Foreign and Security Policy, the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, SWP) in Berlin, and as a guest researcher at the Centre de Recherches Politiques (CEVIPOF) at Sciences Po, Paris. His books include Debating Europe: The European Parliament Elections, 2009 and Beyond (Nomos, 2011, edited with Robert Harmsen). He has published journal articles, among others, in the Journal of Common Market Studies and the Journal of European Public Policy. He is Professor of Comparative Politics at the University of Trier.
Table of Contents
|Figures and Tables|
|Introduction: France and Germany in Europe|
|Bilateral Regional Polity and Policy Shaping|
|Regularized Bilateral Intergovernmentalism|
|Carolingian Symbols and Meaning|
|Parapublic Underpinnings of a Bilateral Relationship|
|Polity Shaping I: Building Regional Institutions|
|Polity Shaping II: The Politics of Enlargement|
|Making, Shaping, and Limiting European Markets|
|Monetary Cooperation and Integration|
|Foreign and Security Policy: Occasional Leadership|
|Embedded Bilateralism in Europe|
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