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With the economic aspects of German unification still a headache for German politics, and particularly the country's persistently high unemployment rate, it is somewhat surprising that political unification-including security policy-has proved to be remarkably smooth. Despite the ideological differences between the Bundeswehr (Western German Army) and the "Nationale Volksarmee" (East German Army) the incorporation of parts of the personnel of the NVA into the Bundeswehr and the extension of thedoi:10.1080/10163270309464038 fatcat:7ieyzh3h3fbivoqxymflqizbpe