Die Aufnahme der Bundesrepublik Deutschland in die Nukleare Planungsgruppe der NATO


Heiko Ital

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This paper addresses the issue of nuclear armament during the Cold War era under special consideration of the West-German nuclear participation within the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). By analyzing sources and documents of the leading lights in this process, it demonstrates the political imperative of the West-German Government to take part in the Nuclear Planning Group (NPG), which was institutionalized in 1966. Furthermore, the paper covers the points of views of the US Government supporting a West-German nuclear participation as well as the French concerns about it. This paper does not only provide the political-historical background of the German nuclear participation during the Cold War era, but also addresses the dire necessity for a revision of the NATO nuclear structures, which are - 20 years after the collapse of the Eastern bloc - still unmodified existing.


 I. Einleitung
 II. Die Bunderepublik und der lange Weg zur Nuklearen Plannungsgruppe
  1. Die Verteidigungspolitik der Bundesrepublik : Zwischen strategischen und politischen Interessen
  2. Der vorschlag zur Grundung eines 'Select Committe'
  3. Von Athen bis zum ersten Zusammentreffen des 'Special Committee'
  4. Die Treffen der Nuklearen-Planungs-Arbeits-Gruppe
 III. Die Nuklearpolitik der NATO
  1. Die Institutionalisierung der Nuklearpolitik innerhalb der NATO
  2. Politik im Wandel : die Bundesregierung und die neue NATO-Strategie
  3. Aufgaben und funktionsweise der nuklearen Plannung durch die NPG
 IV. Das deutsch-franzosische Problem in der Nuklearpolitik
 V. Schlussfolgerung


  • Heiko Ital Full-time lecturer, Dept. of german Interpretation & Translation, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies


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