Angela Merkel

Author: Cliff Mills

Publisher: Infobase Publishing

ISBN: 1438104634

Category: Biography

Page: 121

View: 7956

Born in West Germany but raised in East Germany, Angela Merkel has known both repression and freedom. With the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Merkel started her meteoric rise to become Germany's first female chancellor and one of the world's most powerful women. This biography gives an account of a leader who's a tireless force for progress.

Angela Merkel

Author: Matthew Qvortrup

Publisher: Prelude Books

ISBN: 0715650807

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 368

View: 7453

Matthew Qvortrup’s definitive and insightful biography of Angela Merkel is essential reading for anyone interested in current affairs, the fate of Europe, or simply the story of a truly remarkable woman. Based on over 15 years of in-depth research, Angela Merkel tells the story of the political titan’s astonishing rise from obscurity to become the most influential leader in Europe today. It follows the German Chancellor’s journey to prominence and power from a bleak childhood in East Germany, and offers an unprecedented understanding of her inimitable personality and perspective, explaining how her unique qualities have made Merkel perhaps the most respected political figure on the world stage today.

Angela Merkel

Author: Alan Crawford,Tony Czuczka

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118641108

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 232

View: 6055

Shortlisted for International Affairs Book of the Year in the Paddy Power Political Book Awards 2014 Angela Merkel was already unique when she became German chancellor: the first female leader of Europe’s biggest economy, the first from former communist East Germany and the first born after World War II. Since 2010, the debt crisis that spread from Greece to the euro region and the world economy has propelled her to center-stage, making Merkel the dominant politician in the struggle to preserve Europe’s economic model and its single currency. Yet the Protestant pastor’s daughter is often viewed as enigmatic and hard-to-predict, a misreading that took hold as she resisted global pressure for grand gestures to counter the crisis. Having turned the fall of the Berlin Wall to her advantage, Merkel is trying to get history on her side again after reaching the fundamental decision to save the euro, the crowning achievement of post-war European unity. Merkel has brought Europe to a crossroads. Germany’s economic might gives her unprecedented power to set the direction for the European Union’s 500 million people. What’s at stake is whether she will persuade them to follow the German lead. Angela Merkel: A Chancellorship Forged in Crisis is the definitive new biography of the world’s most powerful woman. Delving into Merkel’s past, the authors explain the motives behind her drive to remake Europe for the age of globalization, her economic role models and the experiences under communism that color her decisions. For the first time in English, Merkel is fully placed in her European context. Through exclusive interviews with leading policy makers and Merkel confidants, the book reveals the behind-the-scenes drama of the crisis that came to dominate her chancellorship, her prickly relationship with the U.S. and admiration for Eastern Europe. Written by two long-standing Merkel watchers, the book documents how her decisions and vision – both works in progress – are shaping a pivotal moment in European history.

Angela Merkel

Author: Tonya Cupp

Publisher: Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC

ISBN: 1627129804

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 112

View: 424

Angela Merkel is Germany’s first woman chancellor. Find out about her life before and after her entry into politics, from her childhood in communist East Germany all the way through her efforts to reverse the Eurozone Crisis.

Angela Merkel

Author: Claire Throp

Publisher: Raintree

ISBN: 1406274038

Category: Heads of state

Page: 50

View: 7127

What makes Angela Merkel extraordinary? Read this book to find out. We explore her early life and education in post-war Germany. We then follow her road to professional and political accomplishments before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall, ending in her role as the first female Chancellor of Germany. Read about others' perspectives on her life, how her opportunities have been different to women in the past, and how she has broken boundaries.

Angela Merkel's last years of government

Author: Egon Harings

Publisher: tredition

ISBN: 3347507738

Category: History

Page: 465

View: 2166

This book describes the years from 2017 up to and including 2021. These are the last years of Angela Merkel's government, the years of a great woman of world politics, the years of many state visits in Germany too.

Angela Merkel

Author: Stefan Kornelius

Publisher: Alma Books

ISBN: 9781846883187

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 300

View: 6817

With the Eurozone engulfed in an unprecedented crisis, one political figure looms largest of all, Angela Merkel, the leader of its most powerful economy. While foreign affairs have become the central issues of her chancellorship in this crucial election year, the entire world is anxiously looking to Germany to play its part in Europe’s rescue. This authorized biography sheds light on the person behind the politician – from her youthful days of hitchhiking in Tbilisi to being the guest of honour at a White House state dinner – and examines how a girl from East Germany rose to the highest echelons of European power. As well as explaining how Angela Merkel’s world view was shaped and influenced by her background and ideology, Stefan Kornelius’s lively account discusses her personal relations with international counterparts such as David Cameron, Barack Obama or Vladimir Putin, as well as her attitude towards the countries and cultures over which they rule.

The Chancellor

Author: Kati Marton

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1501192639

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 368

View: 8362

The “captivating” (The New York Times), definitive biography of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, detailing the extraordinary rise and political brilliance of the most powerful—and elusive—woman in the world. Angela Merkel has always been an outsider. A pastor’s daughter raised in Soviet-controlled East Germany, she spent her twenties working as a research chemist, entering politics only after the fall of the Berlin Wall. And yet within fifteen years, she had become chancellor of Germany and, before long, the unofficial leader of the West. In this “masterpiece of discernment and insight” (The New York Times Book Review), acclaimed biographer Kati Marton sets out to pierce the mystery of Merkel’s unlikely ascent. With unparalleled access to the chancellor’s inner circle and a trove of records only recently come to light, she teases out the unique political genius that had been the secret to Merkel’s success. No modern leader so ably confronted Russian aggression, enacted daring social policies, and calmly unified an entire continent in an era when countries are becoming more divided. Again and again, she cleverly outmaneuvered strongmen like Putin and Trump, and weathered surprisingly complicated relationships with allies like Obama and Macron. Famously private, the woman who emerges from this “impressively researched” (The Wall Street Journal) account is a role model for anyone interested in gaining and keeping power while staying true to one’s moral convictions. At once a “riveting” (Los Angeles Review of Books) political biography, an intimate human portrait, and a revelatory look at successful leadership in action, The Chancellor brings forth one of the most extraordinary women of our time.

Angela Merkel

Author: Claire Throp

Publisher: Raintree

ISBN: 1406273961

Category: Heads of state

Page: 50

View: 4925

What makes some famous women extraordinary? Read this series to find out. Each title looks at the subject's personal and professional life and examines her achievements and obstacles she has had to overcome to reach the top.

Transactions on Computational Collective Intelligence XXVI

Author: Ngoc Thanh Nguyen,Ryszard Kowalczyk,Alexandre Miguel Pinto,Jorge Cardoso

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319592688

Category: Computers

Page: 233

View: 7565

These transactions publish research in computer-based methods of computational collective intelligence (CCI) and their applications in a wide range of fields such as the semantic Web, social networks, and multi-agent systems. TCCI strives to cover new methodological, theoretical and practical aspects of CCI understood as the form of intelligence that emerges from the collaboration and competition of many individuals (artificial and/or natural). The application of multiple computational intelligence technologies, such as fuzzy systems, evolutionary computation, neural systems, consensus theory, etc., aims to support human and other collective intelligence and to create new forms of CCI in natural and/or artificial systems. This twenty-sixth issue is a special issue with selected papers from the First International KEYSTONE Conference 2015 (IKC 2015), part of the keystone COST Action IC1302.