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Europe Written in late 2004, Ratzinger raises serious questions about the issues facing Europe amidst the new European Union and forming of a European...... more
Europe Written in late 2004, Ratzinger raises serious questions about the issues facing Europe amidst the new European Union and forming of a European Constitution. Some of the main issues he raises include: How did Europe originate and what are its boundaries? Who has the right to call himself European and be admitted into the new Eurpoe? What about the spiritual roots of Europe and the moral foundation... Full description
Europe Recast tells the story of European integration from its modern origins in the 1940s to the challenges of the 21st century. Organized chronologically...... more
Europe Recast tells the story of European integration from its modern origins in the 1940s to the challenges of the 21st century. Organized chronologically within each chapter broadly covering a decade, a thematic introductory and concluding chapter draw out key issues and themes and provide the author's own distinctive interpretation.
The European Union is the most successful supranational organization in history. It has reconciled former enemies, established a single market and a common...... more
The European Union is the most successful supranational organization in history. It has reconciled former enemies, established a single market and a common currency, and reintegrated Central and Eastern Europe into the West. Yet the EU remains unsatisfying to its members and its partners. An economic giant but a political pygmy, it seems hamstrung by bureaucracy and a lack of connection to European publics. In "Europe 2030", distinguished authors predict what the European Union will look like twenty years from now. A range of views is presented, foreseeing everything from slower growth and diminished power to actions that would make the EU a more vigorous, influential world play. Contributors include: Oksana Antonenko (International Institute for Strategic Studies), Jose Manuel Durao Barroso (European Commission), Jose Cutileiro (former secretary general, Western European Union), Joschka Fischer (former minister of foreign affairs, Germany), Charles Grant (Center for European Reform), Andrew Hilton (Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation), Jonathan Laurence (German Marshall Fund, Boston College and Brookings Institution), Rui Chancerelle de Machete (consititutional and administrative attorney), Hubert Vedrine (former minister of foreign affairs, France), and Joseph H. H. Weiler (New York University).
Advantages: Hospitality. Food. Drink. History. The people. Unusual experiences. Disadvantages: Unexpected experiences. Pollution. Bad roads. Drunks.
...% bigger land mass than the UK) country was, and then you may well not be now, I will explain. Poland forms a buffer state between Europe and Russia. That is the old fashioned order anyway. Its western border is entirely shared with Germany, to the north is the Baltic Sea. Its southern border along which the Tatra Mountains, part of the Carpathian range, run, is shared with the Czech Republic, to...
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Review of General: Poland
Advantages: Fantastic architecture with a diverse mix of styles, very good nightlife and arts scene, excellent place for buying anything antique. Disadvantages: None really. I wish Krakow stays just the way it is. Only the Kazimierz district requires some restoration work, but that's already underway.
...-plated baroque ornaments on the inside, which stands right in the middle of the Jewish Quarter, Kazimierz. At times when Jews were accused of having brought the Pest to Western Europe in the 14th century, Casimir the Great invited them to Poland and Kazimierz became one of the largest Jewish settlements in Eastern Europe.
Seven synagogues have remained throughout the times. Like all of old Krakow, they only...
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Review of Krakow (Poland)
Advantages: Clean and with ok public transport links Disadvantages: No decent facilities, silly check in set up
...begin your ascent, don?t be alarmed if the first thing you see is a sign saying ?Danzig? ? it?s the German name for the city and a reminder of when borders were in different places and a lot of what is now Poland, erm, wasn?t. Despite being a teeny tiny airport they still make your plane ?park? a long way away, and you and the other passengers wait for one of those busses to shuttle you over to...