Why Europe Will Run the 21st Century
Fourth Estate, 2005 - 170 Seiten
Those who believe Europe to be weak and ineffectual are wrong. Turning conventional wisdom on its head Why Europe Will Run the 21st Century sets out a vision for a century in which Europe will dominate, not America. This is the book that will make your mind up about Europe. Why is this book important now? / This book is a timely, confident and optimistic antidote to recent events on the world stage, particularly to the alarming nature of US foreign policy. / With the referendum announced by Tony Blair taking place next year, it will become a crucial part of the debate, at a time when the people will be called upon to make a decision / Ten new countries joined the EU in May 2004 and a new US president will be sworn in early next year. Why Europe Will Run the 21st Century will be a perfectly-timed response to these two major events Why will Europe run the 21st century? / Europe only looks dead because it is seen through American eyes.
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