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- This course is an introduction to German politics, with a special emphasis on the political parties and the party system and on the issues of German unity. Other topics include comparative politics with comparisons to the political systems of the United States and other countries.
- This course is an introduction to European politics, centering on the processes of European co-operation and integration, with special reference to the European Community and European Union.
Politics in Reunited Germany
European Integration and Co-operation: The European Union
- (Unpaid, Academic Work Placements)
- Placements are available in offices of members of the Bundestag, the Federal Parliament of Germany. Interns conduct research, do translations, attend plenary sessions, committee and party meetings, and deal with correspondence and press work. Placements are also available in party headquarters. Politics interns do not need to be political science majors, but should have a background in German politics and good written and spoken skills in German.