The Unification of Germany in International and Domestic Law

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The book analyses the most important international and domestic legal aspects of German unification. Part One (Chapter one-five) contains a general introduction then deals with international issues: the status of Germany from 1945 to the present day; the German borders are examined then issues of state succession and self-determination are discussed in the context of unification. Part Two (Chapters six-nine) deals with domestic matters: property issues in the former East Germany, feminism after unification (dealing principally with the abortion issue), the prosecution of former East German citizens for offences relating to the security of East Germany, and the reform of the asylum law. The aim is to give the reader an overview of the most controversial and problematic issues of German unification.
 

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Introduction
1
The Changing Status of Germany
7
The Frontiers of Germany
45
Germany and State Succession
73
The Principle of SelfDetermination and the Unification of Germany
85
Restitution of Property after German Unification
103
The Criminal Prosecution of Former GDR Officials
117
the Divisiveness of Unification
173
Refugee Law in Germany
195
Index
221
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