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* ''[[Franchise/TheBourneSeries The Bourne Supremacy]]''[[/index]]

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* ''Literature/ErIstWiederDa'': WhatIf UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler resurrected in the 2010s?

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Under the Treaty on the Final Settlement with Respect to Germany (or the "Two-Plus-Four Agreement"), which came into force on 15 March 1991 Germany gained full sovereignty and [[UsefulNotes/SovietUnion the Soviets]] (soon thereafter most of it became UsefulNotes/{{Russia}}) left. The [[UsefulNotes/UnitedStates Americans]] and [[UsefulNotes/UnitedKingdom British]] stayed (due to the UsefulNotes/{{NATO}}) (and the French are now stationed in Germany as well but as friends, not occupiers). The Oder-Neisse border with UsefulNotes/{{Poland}} became finalised in a separate treaty, the old UsefulNotes/EastGermany became a zone free of nuclear weapons or foreign bases and Germany renounced any claim to areas east of Oder-Neisse that had been part of Germany before 1945.

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Under the Treaty on the Final Settlement with Respect to Germany (or the "Two-Plus-Four Agreement"), which came into force on 15 March 1991 Germany gained full sovereignty and [[UsefulNotes/SovietUnion [[UsefulNotes/SovietRussiaUkraineAndSoOn the Soviets]] (soon thereafter most of it became UsefulNotes/{{Russia}}) left. The [[UsefulNotes/UnitedStates Americans]] and [[UsefulNotes/UnitedKingdom British]] stayed (due to the UsefulNotes/{{NATO}}) (and the French are now stationed in Germany as well but as friends, not occupiers). The Oder-Neisse border with UsefulNotes/{{Poland}} became finalised in a separate treaty, the old UsefulNotes/EastGermany became a zone free of nuclear weapons or foreign bases and Germany renounced any claim to areas east of Oder-Neisse that had been part of Germany before 1945.
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In 2005, an early election resulted in a Grand Coalition, led by Angela Merkel, the first female Chancellor (and first one from former UsefulNotes/EastGermany). In September 2009, the late economic unpleasantness led to Merkel's Christian Democrats and their pro-business Free Democratic (read: vaguely right-libertarian) allies winning a majority coalition together, ending the grand coalition. In 2012, the ceremonial [[UsefulNotes/ThePresidentsOfGermany President]] Christian Wulff resigned amidst a corruption scandal; he was replaced by Joachim Gauck, a pastor from Rostock and former head of the bureau for investigating the Stasi's crimes, meaning that Ossis held the two highest offices of state for the first time since unification.

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In 2005, an early election resulted in a Grand Coalition, led by Angela Merkel, the first female Chancellor (and first one from former UsefulNotes/EastGermany). In September 2009, the late economic unpleasantness led to Merkel's Christian Democrats and their pro-business Free Democratic (read: vaguely right-libertarian) allies winning a majority coalition together, ending the grand coalition. In 2012, the ceremonial [[UsefulNotes/ThePresidentsOfGermany President]] Christian Wulff resigned amidst a corruption scandal; he was replaced by Joachim Gauck, a pastor from Rostock and former head of the bureau for investigating the Stasi's crimes, meaning that Ossis held the two highest offices of state for the first time since unification.
unification. Gauck in turn decided not to run for a second term (which he would have easily won) and in 2017 was replaced by former foreign minister Frank Walter Steinmeier (SPD).
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There was some opposition to the idea, based on the ultimately unfounded belief that Germany would again try to dominate Europe militarily. It just teamed up with old enemy UsefulNotes/{{France}} and did it via UsefulNotes/TheEuropeanUnion.

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There was some opposition to the idea, based on the ultimately unfounded belief that Germany would again try to dominate Europe militarily. It just teamed up with old enemy UsefulNotes/{{France}} and did it via UsefulNotes/TheEuropeanUnion.
UsefulNotes/TheEuropeanUnion. There was, however, a notable spike of nationalist and racist hate crimes in the early 1990s - mostly in the former East Germany, but by 1995 it had mostly ebbed, and until the rise of the [=AfD=] Germany was among the only countries in Europe without a right wing populist party.
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