Europe After Maastricht: American and European Perspectives

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Paul Michael Lützeler
Berghahn Books, 1994 - 312 страница

During the era following the Second World War world peace was largely assured through American-European cooperation on the political, military, and economic level. This status quo was upset by the ratification of the Treaty on the European Union (Maastricht Treaty) which will, whatever obstacles still remain, inevitably lead to closer cooperation among (west)European countries and to a shift in Europe's position within world politics. This raises a number of questions that are discussed in this volume by an international team of experts from Europe (east and west), Russia and the United States.

 

Шта други кажу - Напишите рецензију

Нисмо пронашли ниједну рецензију на уобичајеним местима.

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Competition Theo Sommer
11
Friends
27
The European Community and the Challenge
41
Business Restructuring in Response to
53
European Integration and Social History
89
End of a Dream
113
Subsidiarity and the European Community
139
The Role of the European Court of Justice
159
Economic Opportunities
195
Economic Cooperation between Russia and
213
The Greening
235
Women in
251
European Cultural Policy after Maastricht
277
Writers on European Identity Paul Michael Lützeler
295
Notes on Contributors
307
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European Security in Transition Dieter Dettke
177

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О аутору (1994)

Paul Michael Lützeler is Rosa May Distinguished University Professor in the Humanities at Washington University of St. Louis; Director of the European Studies Program; Director of the Center for Contemporary German Literature and Chairman of the Senate Council.

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