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Prompted by unification, the German constitution has in recent years undergone the most fundamental re-examination since the foundation of the Federal Republic. The high hopes of many that the achievement of unification would be crowned by a new constitution for the unified Germany have been dashed; but although continuity may seem to prevail, unification and, even more so, the process of European integration have provided powerful forces of constitutional change. This volume seeks to identify some of the central challenges which constitutional policy faces and analyses how, and with what degree of success, they are being met.