New Europe in Transition

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Peter J. Anderson, Georg Wiessala, Christopher Williams
Continuum, 2000 - History - 325 pages
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This work takes as its focus a selection of the key political and other (for example cultural, legal, economic and social) questions which currently confront Europe. These questions are addressed on three levels: first at the level of the major institutions which straddle large parts of Europe - NATO, the OSCE and the EU; second from the perspective of a large sample of European countries, including parts of the former Soviet Union; and third with regard to the economic, cultural and social dimensions of European society, both East and West. In addition, each chapter addresses two core themes: the impact of globalization on the European way of life, and the problems of and potential threats to democracy.

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the interwoven economics dimension
The global reach of the European Union
The problems and prospects of the European Unions social

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About the author (2000)

Peter Anderson is an experienced photographer. He has worked for various publications such as Gardens illustrated and Architectural Digest.

CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS is at the Centre for International Education and Research, University of Birmingham.

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