12
Sep
2005
Policy Papers Notes du Cerfa
Andrei ZAGORSKY

Russland und Deutschland: Kontinuität und Wandel Note du Cerfa, n° 26 (b), September 2005

Russland und Deutschland: Kontinuität und Wandel

Double Note du Cerfa, in cooperation with the Programm Russia/NEI

Note du Cerfa, 26 (a), September 2005 Hannes Adomeit, "Germany's Russian policy: the end of the "honeymoon"?"

Note du Cerfa, 26 (b), September 2005 Andreï Zagorski, "Russia and Germany: continuity and changes"

Over the past six years, a subdivided though very centralised mecanism for Russian-German cooperation has been forming. This mecanism has enabled many issues within bilateral relations to be resolved, but at the same time contributed to growing alienation between officiel attitudes and the mood in civil society in both countries. The "Schröder-Poutin era" in Russian-German relations is coming to end, and it stands to reason that the new government will make changes. However, these are likely to affect the style, and not the substance of relations with Russia.

Andrei Zagorsky, Deputy Director of the Moscow branch of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.

Russland und Deutschland: Kontinuität und Wandel