Imagining Europe - Essays on the Past, Present, and Future of the European Union (Hardcover)


Imagining Europe: Essays on the Past, Present and Future of the European Union examines the EU from a variety of perspectives. The collection begins with the expectation that, despite its challenges, the European Union is here to say, but it also proceeds from the premise that imaginative thinking is necessary to guide the 27 member organization into the future. The book offers nine chapters and a substantive introduction to examine the EU from the point-of-view of a commercial enterprise, the writings of Jose Ortega y Gasset, immigration and public opinion, its relationship with China, its management of political populism, the American Federalist papers-and more. The first chapter is a summary of the history, structure and processes of the European Union for the convenience of those using this text in the classroom. The last chapter considers this latest chapter of European development, in light of the historical quest for a united Europe. The contributors to the volume are scholars residing in the U.S., Poland, France, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, and Turkey.

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Imagining Europe: Essays on the Past, Present and Future of the European Union examines the EU from a variety of perspectives. The collection begins with the expectation that, despite its challenges, the European Union is here to say, but it also proceeds from the premise that imaginative thinking is necessary to guide the 27 member organization into the future. The book offers nine chapters and a substantive introduction to examine the EU from the point-of-view of a commercial enterprise, the writings of Jose Ortega y Gasset, immigration and public opinion, its relationship with China, its management of political populism, the American Federalist papers-and more. The first chapter is a summary of the history, structure and processes of the European Union for the convenience of those using this text in the classroom. The last chapter considers this latest chapter of European development, in light of the historical quest for a united Europe. The contributors to the volume are scholars residing in the U.S., Poland, France, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, and Turkey.

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Imprint

Lexington Books

Country of origin

United States

Release date

March 2021

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Dimensions

230 x 160 x 22mm (L x W x T)

Format

Hardcover

Pages

210

ISBN-13

978-1-4985-6224-9

Barcode

9781498562249

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LSN

1-4985-6224-8



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