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EEC/EC (1956–1986)

Signing the Final Act (Helsinki Accords) of the Conference for Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) (August 1, 1975)

Henry Kissinger and Helmut Schmidt (March 8, 1975)

Helsinki Final Act and Détente (July 26, 1985)

Walter Hallstein and Europe (October 24, 1966)

European Integration and National Interests (1962)

Great Britain Remains Skeptical of Europe (January 2, 1973)

The European Monetary System (December 6, 1978)

Franco-German Friendship in the 1970s (Retrospective Account, 1996)

The Single European Act (February 17/28, 1986)

On the Path to the European Union (November 19, 1981)

From 10 to 12: Enlarging the European Community to Include Portugal and Spain (December 7, 1984)

A United Europe: Differing Levels of Attractiveness among Individual Member States (September 25, 1987)

Europe as Homeland (Retrospective Account, 2004)

A Liberal Intellectual Reflects on the Burden of “Being German” (1983)

Federal President Richard von Weizsäcker on the Meaning of Being German (1986)

The Beginning of the Kohl Era in West Germany (October 4, 1982)

“A Woman Named Europe. A Tremendous Dame – but Expensive, Sinfully Expensive!” (1962)

The Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (1974)

Walter Hallstein (c. 1955)

Hans-Dietrich Genscher Speaks before the Council of Europe in Strasbourg (1976)

European Council (June 30, 1987)