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eBook Redrawing the Map of Europe ePub

by Michael Emerson

  • ISBN: 0333734467
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Michael Emerson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (June 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 268
  • ePub book: 1938 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1656 kb
  • Other: mbr rtf doc lit
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 512

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Michael Emerson draws on a rare experience of Europe's new political and economic structures - from Brussels to Moscow - to explain Europe's contradictory tendencies towards both integration and conflict. He confronts the two strategic issues for the Europe of the early 21st century: how to ensure. Michael Emerson draws on a rare experience of Europe's new political and economic structures - from Brussels to Moscow - to explain Europe's contradictory tendencies towards both integration and conflict.

This explanation of Europe's contradictory tendencies towards both integration and conflict confronts the two strategic issues for the Europe of the early 21st century: how to ensure success for the Euro; and how to stabilize the wider Europe with a strong structure for EU Russian relations.

Michael Emerson draws on a rare experience of Europe's new political and economic structures - from Brussels to. .His previous books include One Market, One Money, The Economics of 1992 and What Model for Europe? Country of Publication. He confronts the two strategic issues for the Europe of the early 21st century: how to ensure success for the Euro and how to stabilise the wider Europe with a strong structure for EU-Russian relations.

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This explanation of Europe's contradictory tendencies towards both integration and conflict confronts the two strategic issues for the Europe of the early 21st century: how to ensure success for the Euro; and how to stabilize the wider Europe with a strong structure for EU Russian relations. It draws distinctions between the different Europes geographic Europe, the European Union, "Security Europe" (based around NATO) and the emerging "Civil Europe". The author argues that "Civil Europe" could be the basis of a new European golden age, and outlines the far reaching institutional and cultural changes required to achieve this.

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I use this book as part of the recommended reading in a course on EU Enlargement. The author is very knowledgable and I find the book clearly written. It deals, in an interdisciplinary fashion, with many facets of 'What is Europe'. I found the discussion of the divisions and unity in Europe based on geography, history, politics and economics interesting and convincing. The vision of a Europe that he develops into a 'European Civil Society' is much in tune with the times, enlightened and realistic. The historic possibility of an enlarged EU toward 25 or more members is closer than ever before, a means to overcome religious, linguistic, cultural and political divisions of centuries or millennia. It can, and will, happen, provided robust institutions are there to support it. Utopic as it all perhaps may seem (and it is always much easier to be a cynical pessimist), the author rightly points out the often bloody and nationalistic alternatives (all also very European) that have been tried time and time again, and from which there are still very real dangers today. To counter these he makes a number of constructive proposals on linkages and current overlapping institutional set-ups. Provocative and interesting.
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Author Michael Emerson - a former European Union (EU) Ambassador to Moscow and European Commission official - has created a concise, systematic analysis of the cultural background, policy issues and the political-science frameworks surrounding the emerging organization of a 21st-century Europe. This is not a book for the casual observer of European politics - but anyone with a sincere curiosity about the nuts-and-bolts construction of the integrated Europe will be fully sated. The book has the advantages and disadvantages of being densely packed with details, but the strong introduction, conclusion and index help the reader put it all together. Although the publication date - 1998 - ensures that some of this information is dated, the book might actually benefit from its pre-euro publication, in that Emerson's arguments give full optimistic credit to the potential of a unified Europe. We [...] recommend this valuable resource to executives with business interests in Europe and all students of globalization.