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November 2015

NOV 27
Call for Papers Euroacademia and the School of International Relations and Diplomacy from Anglo-American University i...

Prague,
Czech Republic

July 2016

JUL 14
The economic crisis in 2008 has deeply affected both European and Turkish labor markets. Recent data on unemployment rat...

Aydın,
Turkey

October 2016

OCT 14
Call for Papers The Fifth Euroacademia International Conference The European Union and the Politicization of Europ...

Bologna,
Italy

OCT 14
Call for Papers The Fifth Euroacademia International Conference The European Union and the Politicization of Europ...

Bologna,
Italy

November 2016

NOV 28
Philosophy is the study of general and fundamental problems. It involves the rational investigation of the truths and pr...

Bangkok,
Thailand

September 2018

SEP 17
It is a pleasure to announce the 2018 Annual Symposium of Kennesaw State University's European Studies Program on Septem...

Kennesaw, Georgia,
United States

March 2019

MAR 30
International Conference on European Studies: “Brexit – Europe without the UK” 30 March 2019 – London, UK ...

London,
United Kingdom

December 2019

DEC 13
Call for Papers 7th Euroacademia International Conference Re-Inventing Eastern Europe 30 Years from the Revolutions i...

Prague,
Czech Republic

Books

Neighborhood Challenge

The European Union and Its Neighbors

by Birgul Demirtas-Coskun & Bezen Balamir-Coskun

03/24/2009

One of the intriguing questions of the post-Cold War era has been whether the EU will play a major global role in world politics as non-traditional threats and challenges came to the forefront. Launching new policies such as the Common Foreign and Security Policy, the European Security and Defence Policy and the European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) have been considered important steps in the EU?s evolution as a regional and possibly global actor. Neighborhood Challenge analyzes critical aspects of the European Union's relations with its neighbours, by extending its analysis beyond the ENP. Unlike existing books on the subject, the volume covers the entire neighborhood from Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus to North Africa; from the Western Balkans to the South Caucasus and Central Asia. Such an ...

The Balance of Empires

United States' Rejection of German Reunification and Stalin's March Note of 1952

by John W. Walko

01/21/2003

On March 10, 1952, almost a decade before the Berlin Wall existed, the U.S.S.R. controversially proposed the creation of a reunified, rearmed and neutral Germany. A year before Stalin's death, this was the last overture he tendered on "the German Question." However, the bid failed and Germany remained divided for another 38 years. Why? One can understand neither the Cold War nor the eventual reunification of Germany in 1990 without understanding this 1952 incident. The world in which we live now was created in no small part by the backroom decisions during a few months of 1952. This book on the March Note should appeal to both the armchair historian and the social scientist. Besides being a fascinating tale of diplomatic intrigue, it provides a valuable case study for International R...