Although their economic situation is improving, many eastern Germans still perceive themselves as second-class citizens in the united Germany. The nation’s ability to bridge the lingering gap between eastern and western German views may have important ramifications for the pace of European integration by JUSTIN BURKE JUST OVER FIVE YEARS AGO, GERMAN Chancellor Helmut Kohl […]

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