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European union or decline to be or not to be. by Gaston Thorn

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Published by Office for Official Publications of the EuropeanCommunities in Luxembourg .
Written in English

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SeriesJean Monnet lectures -- 7th, Florence 24 May 1984
ContributionsEuropean University Institute.
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Open LibraryOL17322945M

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'In view of the current crisis in the European Union in general and the Euro zone in particular, the arrival of this book could not be more timely. It is a comprehensive review of the way the initial favourable development of the E.U. has gone wrong and the range of problems it currently by: 7. James Heartfield’s new book The European Union and the End of Politics (Zero Books) is about the evolving relationship between the European Union and its constituent member countries. It is a mix of political science, recent European history . Hugo Young's top 10 books on the EU The Price of Victory by Michael CharltonJean Monnet, the First Statesman of Interdependence by Francois DucheneErnest Bevin by Alan BullockBritons by Linda ColleyDelors - Inside the House that Jacques Built by Charles Grant (more items). As Decline and Fall shows, Europe's solution to these ills--a larger and more powerful European Union--simply exacerbates the problems, for the EU cannot address the absence of a unifying belief that can spur Europe even to defend itself, let alone to recover its lost grandeur. As these problems worsen, Europe will face an unappetizing choice /5(26).

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