Playing Second Fiddle? Contending Visions of Europe´s Future Development

Bo Petersson (Redaktør), Cecilie Felicia Stokholm Banke (Redaktør)

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    Resumé

    This book poses the inconvenient question whether he European Union has become a secondary actor on the global arena, or whether it has perhaps for a long time already been playing second fiddle without wishing to admit it. What indicators would today, after a prolonged economic and socio-political crisis in the Eurozone, imply that the EU can challenge the United States, China, or for that matter Russia, and take a position as a true global powerhouse? Has the train already left the station for what is still a very unique experiment, the European Union? Four different visions of Europes’s future are discussed in the book, namely, Europe as a promise, a bogeyman, a contested ideal and an anachronism. The book features contributions by ten scholars representing six European countries and displays a careful blend of well established and junior academic writers in the field.
    Bidragets oversatte titelPlaying Second Fiddle?: Contending Visions of Europe´s Future Development
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    Udgivelses stedMalmö
    ForlagUniversus
    Antal sider215
    ISBN (Trykt)9789187439124
    StatusUdgivet - 6 maj 2015

    Emneord

    • Samfund/ Historie

    Citer dette

    Petersson, B., & Banke, C. F. S. (red.) (2015). Playing Second Fiddle? Contending Visions of Europe´s Development. Malmö: Universus.
    Petersson, Bo (Redaktør) ; Banke, Cecilie Felicia Stokholm (Redaktør). / Playing Second Fiddle? Contending Visions of Europe´s Development. Malmö : Universus, 2015. 215 s.
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    Malmö : Universus, 2015. 215 s.

    Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportBogForskning

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    Petersson B, (ed.), Banke CFS, (ed.). Playing Second Fiddle? Contending Visions of Europe´s Development. Malmö: Universus, 2015. 215 s.