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The Challenge of Anti-Roma Politics

Author: Will Guy
Publisher: New York : International Debate Education Association, [2015]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Challenge of Anti-Roma Politics reveals the marginalized situation of most Roma populations in Central and Eastern Europe today. This despite financial and other assistance from the European Union both before and after countries with the largest Roma minorities had been admitted as EU members. The discussion of deteriorating conditions of Roma communities forms the context for the book's investigation of the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Will Guy
ISBN: 9781617700965 1617700967
OCLC Number: 863196703
Description: [vii], 200 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The European Community and the uncertainties of interdependence / by François Duchêne --
Civilian power Europe: a contradiction in terms? / by Hedley Bull --
Reflecting on normative power Europe / by Thomas Diez and Ian Manners --
Power and weakness / by Robert Kagan --
The capability expectations gap, or conceptualizing Europe's international role / by Christopher Hill --
The political economy of "normative power" Europe: EU environmental leadership in international biotechnology regulation / by Robert Falkner --
The EU's climate foreign policy / by John Vogler --
European trends in democracy assistance: weaving the silver thread / by Richard Youngs --
Market imperative meets normative power: human rights and European arms transfer policy / by Jennifer L. Erickson --
Three scenarios for the future of the transatlantic relationship / by Nathalie Tocci and Riccardo Alcaro --
Back in the high-life again?: shifting patterns of EU-China relations / Franco Algieri --
The European Union and the United Nations: global versus regional multilateralism / by Thierry Tardy --
The sick man of Europe is Europe / by Justin Vaïsse --
Hubris and false hopes / by Robert Cooper.
Responsibility: Will Guy, editor.

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A Different Kind of Power? brings together the most important contributions to the debate about the past, current and future role of the European Union (EU) in international politics.  Read more...

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