Storia Politica Dell Integrazione Europea

Author: Mark Gilbert
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ISBN: 9788842073949
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L Europa Difficile

Author: Bino Olivi
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ISBN:
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Storia Politica E Economica Dell Integrazione Europea Dal 1945 Ad Oggi

Author: Elena Calandri
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ISBN: 9788879598590
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Storia E Politica Dell Unione Europea

Author: Paolo Cacace
Editor: Gius.Laterza & Figli Spa
ISBN: 8858108035
Size: 14,24 MB
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Dopo la bocciatura della costituzione europea, in seguito ai referendum francese e olandese, il libro ricostruisce la ricerca di una alternativa e, dopo la firma del Trattato di Lisbona, il defatigante processo di ratifica. Particolare attenzione è riservata alle vicende della crisi globale e al suo impatto sulle finanze e l'economia dei Paesi membri. Una crisi che ha rivelato le debolezze dell'Unione, ma anche la sua capacità di cercare nuove soluzioni e di creare nuove istituzioni, e che l'ha posta di fronte a una scelta ineludibile tra la rinunzia definitiva al sogno dei suoi fondatori e la ripresa di un cammino verso un'ulteriore integrazione secondo un modello diverso da quello delle origini, ma questa volta al sicuro da ogni arretramento. Una storia della vicenda europea fin dalle sue origini, dunque, che con questa nuova edizione si arricchisce degli ultimi otto anni di vita dell'Unione, tra i più complessi, gli anni che ci hanno fatto temere un suo inevitabile declino.

Dizionario Storico Dell Integrazione Europea

Author: Maria Elena Cavallaro
Editor: Rubbettino Editore
ISBN: 8849851448
Size: 10,34 MB
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The Consequences Of The Crisis On European Integration And On The Member States

Author: Stelio Mangiameli
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319479644
Size: 14,19 MB
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The book examines the economic crisis in the European Union and its consequences for European integration and the member states. Discussing the provisions introduced by the Treaty of Lisbon, from the effects of macroeconomic monitoring to the restraints produced by the Fiscal Compact, it offers an analysis of the European Union’s current situation and the effects of the measures adopted to manage the crisis, also making reference to how Europe is perceived by its citizens. Moreover, the chapters offer thoughts on the European integration process, in particular the effects that the policies adopted to tackle the crisis have had on the economic and financial sovereignty of the member states. This detailed examination of the situation of the EU between the Treaty of Lisbon and the Fiscal Compact is characterized by an original multidisciplinary approach that offers an articulate reflection on the criticalities that affect the actions of both European and national institutions.

Storia Dell Integrazione Europea

Author: Leonardo Rapone
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ISBN: 9788843077809
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After Empires

Author: Giuliano Garavini
Editor: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191634085
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After Empires describes how the end of colonial empires and the changes in international politics and economies after decolonization affected the European integration process. Until now, studies on European integration have often focussed on the search for peaceful relations among the European nations, particularly between Germany and France, or examined it as an offspring of the Cold War, moving together with the ups and downs of transatlantic relations. But these two factors alone are not enough to explain the rise of the European Community and its more recent transformation into the European Union. Giuliano Garavini focuses instead on the emergence of the Third World as an international actor, starting from its initial economic cooperation with the creation of the United Nations Conference for Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in 1964 up to the end of unity among the countries of the Global South after the second oil shock in 1979-80. Offering a new - less myopic - way to conceptualise European history more globally, the study is based on a variety of international archives (government archives in Europe, the US, Algeria, Venezuela; international organizations such as the EC, UNCTAD, and the World Bank; political and social organizations such as the Socialist International, labour archives and the papers of oil companies) and traces the reactions and the initiatives of the countries of the European Community, but also of the European political parties and public opinion, to the rise and fall of the Third World on the international stage.

European Integration And The Atlantic Community In The 1980s

Author: Kiran Klaus Patel
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107292506
Size: 12,28 MB
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This unique collection of essays lays the groundwork for the study of the intersection of European integration and transatlantic relations in the 1980s. With archives for this period only recently being opened, scholars are beginning to analyse and understand what some have called a peak moment in the European project and others have called the Second Cold War. How do these moments intersect and relate to one another? These essays, by prominent scholars from Europe and the United States, examine these and related questions while challenging the '1980s' itself as a useful demarcation for historical analysis.