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Does Europe choose full political integration or does it fragment - could national economies even survive this? Roger Bootle turns his masterly gaze to the defining political question of our era - one which affects not just Britain or Europe, but the whole world.
Roy Jenkins's career spans the full half-century from Attlee to Tony Blair, his biography is the story of an exceptionally well-filled and well-rounded life.
Absolutely everything you need to know about the EU, ahead of the European elections 2014.
The Battle for Europe brings into sharp focus the historical importance of the current Eurozone crisis. Thomas Fazi argues that European Union (EU) elites have seized on the financial crash to push...
What is Britain's future in Europe? From the perspective of an author who has experience both at the heart of the British Government and at senior level in the European Commission, this book will be essential reading for anyone interested in the future of British and European politics.
A comprehensive and authoritative overview of EU theories, institutions, policies, and issues. The ideal starting point for all those wishing to understand the workings of this forever evolving subject.
With European interventions to bring 'more democracy' to Lybia and Syria and riots in Paris and London, it would not be unfair to argue that the European Union is fast becoming a war zone. Leading Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek and Croatian philosopher Srećko Horvat reflect on the fight for a different idea of Europe whilst examining the burning question: What does Europe want?
In The Lost Continent BBC Europe Editor Gavin Hewitt tells the story of a flawed dream, a noble vision that turned dangerous, and which led Europe into its gravest crisis since World War Two - a crisis for which it was totally unprepared.
A lively account of how a girl from East Germany rose to the highest echelons of European power which sheds light on the person behind the politician and her personal relations with international counterparts such as David Cameron, Barack Obama or Vladimir Putin, including her attitude towards the countries and cultures over which they rule.
Crucible of Resistance argues that an effective response means confronting not just neoliberalism, but also the earlier social democratic Keynesian regime. This book widens out the debate about the crisis in Greece and the eurozone, linking it to socialist and class strategies at the international level.
In this readable and accessible book, leading UKIP politician Gerard Batten looks at the constitutional issues surrounding Britain's membership of the European Union.
German Europe delves into how the euro turned out to be very good for Germany, how Chancellor Angela Merkel became the informal Queen of Europe and the fundamental changes that have happened in the European landscape of power.
As the financial crisis continues to cast its long shadow over Europe, the view that immigrants compete unfairly for jobs and present an unsustainable burden on the European Social Model appears to be gathering support in some circles
This book scrutinizes in empirical and historical detail the bilateral Franco-German order and France and Germany's joint role in shaping Europe over the past half century.
Britain’s place in the European Union is increasingly being called into question, and pressure is building for a referendum to decide whether to stay in or leave. Clear and reliable information has been hard to find on both sides of the debate. This book puts that right.
In these memoirs, David Hannay, one of Britain's leading behind-the-scenes players in this process, provides fascinating frontline information and insights into Britain's complex relations with Washington and Europe.
Polish independence following the end of World War I marked a new era for a nation which had endured centuries of foreign partition. But the spirit of Polish nationalism - forged during this long period of external domination - has been frequently at odds with the modernising drives of democracy and communism.
Where is Europe going? In this 2007 collection, several prominent European economists offer essays on the five big challenges to the development of the European Union (EU).
Economist Vicky Pryce reflects on the current crisis in the Euro Zone – its causes and how Europe has responded.
In this compelling book, the renowned historian Karl Schlögel reconstructs with meticulous care the process through which, month by month, the terrorism of a state-of-emergency regime spiraled into the ‘Great Terror’ during which 1 ½ million human beings lost their lives within a single year
Using multiple methods and original data, Procedural Politics develops a theory of everyday politics with respect to rules - procedural politics - and applies it to European Union integration and politics.
The European Union is an economic superpower, with a GDP even larger than the US. But it is still in the midst of a debt crisis of previously unknown scale. Will the crisis lead to further integrat...
It is time to rediscover the virtues that raised Europe to greatness: diversity, pluralism, personal freedom, national independence and parliamentary democracy.
This is the second volume in The Official History of Britain and the European Community, and describes the events from 1963 up until the British entry into the Common Market in 1975. In 1963, Gener...
This is not a book advocating British withdrawal from Europe. In Europe Restructured David Owen lays out a blueprint for a new structure where those countries that may wish to be part of a more int...
The European Union is a tough nut to crack. Ever-present in political debates and pub conversations, how much do we really know about it? Regarded by some as a bureaucratic and undemocratic monster, others see it as a glorious economic and political union presiding over a Europe of unprecedented peace and stability. But what's the reality?
The perfect introduction to the theory and practice of politics