The Shape of the New Europe

The Shape of the New Europe

The Shape of the New Europe

The Shape of the New Europe

Synopsis

"As Western Europe prepared for 1992, dramatic and unanticipated events, including the collapse of communism and the reunification of Germany, and some significant unresolved policy issues threatened the considerable progress that had been made toward integration. To assess Europe's prospects, the Council on Foreign Relations and the Royal Institute of International Affairs convened a study group of prominent European and American scholars. Under the editorial guidance of Gregory F. Treverton, they present their findings in The Shape of the New Europe, the first book to provide a comprehensive look at the new European agenda. The authors systematically review the challenges facing the new Europe, ranging from how Eastern Europe can best make the simultaneous transitions to democracy and free markets, to the prospects for a pan-European security system, the impact of a Germany reunified and a Soviet Union disintegrating, the future of neutrality, and Europe's response to the Japanese trade challenge. The authors also consider what the new U. S.-European relationship will be. A book that will be welcomed for its scope and rigorous analysis, The Shape of the New Europe offers important insights into Europe's future." Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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