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Re: thinking Europe : thoughts on Europe : past, present and future / edited by Yoeri Albrecht and Mathieu Segers.

Contributor(s): Albrecht, Yoeri [editor.] | Segers, Mathieu [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, [2016]Description: 1 online resource.ISBN: 9789048533084; 9048533082.Other title: Rethinking Europe : thoughts on Europe : past, present and future.Subject(s): European federation | European federation -- Moral and ethical aspectsAdditional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 940.56 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Preface: Re-creating Europe / Yoeri Albrecht; Introduction / Mathieu Segers; European Unity and its Vicissitudes / Isaiah Berlin; Contemporary essays; Homogeinity and Diversity / Tom Holland; On the Identity of the West / Larry Siedentop; The Cowardly Lion in Quest of Peace: The EU and Its Fear of Power / Stella Ghervas; Afterglow of a Dead World: Memories of the future / Benno Barnard; Anatomy of Resentment / Ivan Krastev; Thinking Europe ‒ No Future? : A Continent Torn Between Two Dreams / Philipp Blom; My EUtopia: Empathy in a Union of Others / Kalypso Nicolaïdis
Culture and the EU's Struggle for Legitimacy / Claudia SternbergHistorical texts; Thoughts on the Future / Jean Monnet; Extracts from a speech in the Main Auditorium of Cologne University / Konrad Adenauer; Extracts from a press conference / Charles de Gaulle; The Tragedy of Central Europe / Milan Kundera; The Bruges Speech / Margaret Thatcher; Extracts from a speech in the European Parliament / Václav Havel; Extracts from a speech in the European Parliament / François Mitterrand; The Special Quality of Europe is Culture / György Konrád; The Europe of Melancholy / Tomasso Padoa-Schioppa
New Alliances and Recomposition Logic: For a Western Union between Europe and the United States / Édouard BalladurRemarks to the Turkish Parliament / Barack Obama; Germany in and with and or Europe / Helmut Schmidt; Biographies
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Cover; Contents; Preface: Re-creating Europe / Yoeri Albrecht; Introduction / Mathieu Segers; European Unity and its Vicissitudes / Isaiah Berlin; Contemporary essays; Homogeinity and Diversity / Tom Holland; On the Identity of the West / Larry Siedentop; The Cowardly Lion in Quest of Peace: The EU and Its Fear of Power / Stella Ghervas; Afterglow of a Dead World: Memories of the future / Benno Barnard; Anatomy of Resentment / Ivan Krastev; Thinking Europe ‒ No Future? : A Continent Torn Between Two Dreams / Philipp Blom; My EUtopia: Empathy in a Union of Others / Kalypso Nicolaïdis

Culture and the EU's Struggle for Legitimacy / Claudia SternbergHistorical texts; Thoughts on the Future / Jean Monnet; Extracts from a speech in the Main Auditorium of Cologne University / Konrad Adenauer; Extracts from a press conference / Charles de Gaulle; The Tragedy of Central Europe / Milan Kundera; The Bruges Speech / Margaret Thatcher; Extracts from a speech in the European Parliament / Václav Havel; Extracts from a speech in the European Parliament / François Mitterrand; The Special Quality of Europe is Culture / György Konrád; The Europe of Melancholy / Tomasso Padoa-Schioppa

New Alliances and Recomposition Logic: For a Western Union between Europe and the United States / Édouard BalladurRemarks to the Turkish Parliament / Barack Obama; Germany in and with and or Europe / Helmut Schmidt; Biographies

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Yoeri Albrecht is the director of the theater De Balie in Amsterdam. Mathieu Segers is professor of international relations and European integration at Utrecht University.

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