Ryder develops the conceptual framework of securitisation to make sense of the events surrounding the Brexit vote and its aftermath and examines the ways that political elites engineered a politics of fear, insecurity and Brexit nationalism ...
Author: Andrew Ryder
Publisher: Bristol University Press
Category: Political Science
Ryder develops the conceptual framework of securitisation to make sense of the events surrounding the Brexit vote and its aftermath and examines the ways that political elites engineered a politics of fear, insecurity and Brexit nationalism in the run up to the UK's vote to leave the European Union.
time , British people in any great number were exposed to non - European
cultures and languages . The operation of this vast empire not only took members
of the ruling class out to the colonies but also those of the middle and working ...
Author: Ursula E. Beitter
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
Contributions from professors in the humanities, sociology, classics, and the arts provide the book with a broader dimension by taking the topic of a new, united Europe beyond the usually discussed economic and political aspects. The diverse essays show that a united Europe is far more complex than anticipated by the architects of the Maastricht treaty.
Up to the time of World War II , Europe had been the dominating influence in the
world ; in its chancelleries the politics of other ... The prime interest of the Western
Powers , and particularly that of Great Britain possessing the most wide - spread
Defense spending within the EU has declined 14 percent from 1987 to 1994 .
Among the major European States , the FRG's 1994 defense spending is at the
1984 level and Great Britain's spending is projected to decline 16 percent from
Will the EU Ever be Able to Compete with the United States as an Economic
Power? Guillermo de la Dehesa. TABLE 1 . 17 Labor Force Skills , Total
Economy , 1999 Higher Intermediate Low US France Germany UK 27 . 7 16 . 4
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Author: Guillermo de la Dehesa
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
Category: Business & Economics
From the beginning, the European Union had a clear objective: to permanently consolidate peace in Europe after two of the bloodiest wars in history. This was supplemented after the fall of communism with a second priority: to become an economic power capable of counterbalancing America's growing dominance. The current state of Europe, however, has sparked a fierce debate on just how well the economy is really doing in comparison to the U.S.--and whether Europe can continue to compete and maintain its generous welfare state. Written by one of Europe's most well-known and respected economists, Europe at the Crossroads analyzes whether the EU is fulfilling its economic and social targets, outlining in a simple and understandable way the main issues facing the EU today and in the future. Drawing upon the recent official data and literature, Guillermo de la Dehesa seeks solutions for Europe by comparing its situation to that of the U.S. and revealing how much more can be achieved in the areas of efficiency, productivity, and innovation. De la Dehesa documents the EU's persistent economic underperformance in recent decades and examines the cause of its slower growth. He then presents a comprehensive blueprint of reforms for increased prosperity and deeper social cohesion, which addresses: The main economic challenge facing both the U.S. and the EU: the impact of aging on public expenditures How to enrich the EU's policy and institutional environments to enhance business conditions for existing firms and new entrepreneurial activities Necessary structural reforms--welfare state, labor and product markets Fostering a knowledge society though increased investments in R&D and higher education The difficulties in implementing the Lisbon Strategy (major strategic goals for improving the EU's economic efficiency) and methods for meeting those challenges Thought-provoking, expertly researched, and brilliantly evaluated, Europe at the Crossroads presents the most informed discussion on the current and future state of Europe's economy.
To many mericans , it is an article of faith that , once the formalities of adherence
e completed and Britain's role in Europe has become an accomplished ict , the British will apply their special genius for political pragmatism to le gradual
Great Britain should become an essential element of European federalism . It is
important to her safety that she form some kind of union with continental Europe ,
but this is even more necessary for European reconstruction and peace . Without
Author: Feliks Gross
Presents the concept of a federation to underdeveloped areas in Europe, traces its growth, and outlines a democratic and pragmatic plan for its realization.
By all accounts the British had organized life well in Cairo and Alexandria . One
heard that the country clubs , hotels , shops , cafes , and apartment houses were
on a European scale of luxury . After the desert one could do with a little luxury .
British leaders wished , in the 1950s , to avoid commitment to Community
institutions because the recent experience of World War II had made them wary
of too deep a commitment to the relationship with the Continent . The United
States had ...
Author: Alfred Pijpers
Revolutionary change in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union; civil strife in the Balkans; the heavy burden of German reunification; war in the Gulf and its dramatic aftermath; the completion of the internal market in 1992 and the management of two highly complicated Intergovernmental Conferences -- more than ever before its history, the European Community has to operate strong pressure. This volume captures these problems in a systematic way and presents suggestions as to how the Twelve could cope with them, using the Dutch EC-Presidency as a reference point. The subjects dealt with include: the EC Presidentcy in a new European setting the European Community and the wider Europe European foreign policy and security cooperation; `1992' and the Common Transport Policy Economic and social cohension in a Community of regions the politics of Economic and Monetary Union. The chapters are written by experienced specialists from both the international academic world (economics, international relations, European law), as well as from the European institutions. Together they provide a comprehensive and unique survey of the profound challenges confronting the European Community in the early 1990s.
Historians long have noted that the intervention of British labor was decisive in
the resolution of the Civil War in the U.S. ... to be considered: Communist parties
were ousted from power in Eastern Europe but remain in power in Cuba, Vietnam
Author: Queen's University (Kingston, Ont.). Centre for International RelationsPublish On: 1983
Similar comments apply to Italy , Europe ' s third largest oil importer and user and
to Britain , Europe ' s fourth largest oil importer and consumer . Nevertheless , the
doubling of oil prices in 1979 led to a realization on the part of the Community ...
Author: Queen's University (Kingston, Ont.). Centre for International Relations
Publisher: Kingston, Ont. : Centre for International Relations, Queen's University
Furthermore , as the principal colonial powers of the region - Britain and France -
move towards disengagement from some ... in the 1950s and 1960s has given
Australia new social and cultural linkages with non - British countries of Europe .
In a series of battles that began in July and lasted into the third week of
September , the British not only retained ... If the United States were ever to enter
the European war , Britain was there , “ the unsinkable aircraft carrier , ” the base
for a ...
Author: Drew Middleton
Publisher: Peter Bedrick Books
En gennemgand af 16 betydningsfulde slag til lands, til søs og i luften, som har fundet sted i dette århundrede, og som har betydet noget for den militære udvikling.
European popular music seems to have a secondary status in the corridors of the
TMCs . The reverse flow from Africa , Latin America , Asia and the other Third
World countries into the U . S . and Britain is even more minimal than that from ...
But Big Bill Broonzy went to Europe in the early 1950s and soon after his death in
1958 , the team of Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry went to Europe . This was
the beginning of a succession of blues artists who toured Great Britain and the ...
Author: Elizabeth F. Barkley
Publisher: Pearson College Division
Innovative and lively, this comparative and integrative study of the multicultural music of the United States explores the music of Native Americans, European Americans, African Americans, Latino Americans, and Asian Americans–the five broad groups that constitute American society and that have complex, unique, and often intermingled musical traditions that are reflected in contemporary American music. It features a blended historical/social, ethnic, and musical approach; strong contemporary focus; and coverage of a wide variety of musical styles. Music in Multicultural America. Native American Music Traditions. The Roots of European/Anglo-American Music Traditions. The Roots of African American Music Traditions. The Roots of Hispanic/Latino Music Traditions. The Blues. Jazz. Gospel. Cajun and Zydeco. Country. The Urban Folk Revival. The Ethnic and Racial Roots of Rock 'n' Roll. Motown, Soul and Funk. Tejano, Banda, and Contemporary Mexican. Caribbean and Salsa. Asian American Music. Hip-Hop and Rap. For anyone interested in American Popular Music.
If the United Kingdom enters Europe , it is as a part of Britain that Northern Ireland
will make — I hope — a useful and distinctive contribution to the life of that wider
Community . Of course , if both the United Kingdom and the Republic join the ...
There is no doubt that as a result of recent international developments , in Europe
as well as in Asia , British and French Imperialism have received a considerable
set - back in the matter of strength and prestige . Coming to home politics , in ...
This book examines the reconstruction of the British economy in the aftermath of the First World War up until the break of the second.
Author: Robert W. D. Boyce
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Business & Economics
This book examines the reconstruction of the British economy in the aftermath of the First World War up until the break of the second. Using a wide range of primary sources, the author presents an account which integrates the economic, political and diplomatic events of the period.
Graeme Thomson I am here to tell you that the European Community is the villain
. We have heard just now a classic , pleasantly - faced British explanation of European agriculture - - i . e . , the problem that is not really a problem . The fact
Author: Robert W. Jerome
Publisher: University Press of Amer
Category: Uruguay Round
This book takes a critical look at the current multilateral trade negotiations and addresses many of the challenges facing the global trading system. The book explores why the GATT system is not meeting America's needs.
B . The E . C . Countries The ties of the European Community countries with the
region go back , of course , to the very origins of contemporary Latin American
societies . Discovered and colonized by Britain , France , the Netherlands and ...