In 15 years since its launch, German Politics has established itself as the leading international journal in its field. Its mission is to provide theoretically informed perspectives on the changing agendas of German Politics. It engages with themes that connect Germany comparatively with other states - the challenges of globalisation, changes in international relations, and the widening and deepening of the European Union. It also links work on Germany to wider debates and issues in comparative politics, public policy, political behaviour, and political theory.
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