|Title||The European Union and world politics : Consensus and division / edited by Andrew Gamble and David Lane|
|Imprint||New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009|
|Descript||xiv, 299p. : ill ; 23 cm.|
The United States and the European Union: the end of hegemony? -- The European Union: Divisions and unity in European external policies. -- Russia' transition to capitalism: the rise of a world power? -- The implications of the rise of China. -- Divisions between elites. -- Divisions in Europe between elites and citizens. -- European elites and the Middle East. -- Euroepan deregulation and national re-regulation: national response strategies revisited. -- The primacy of domestic politics: neo-liberal reconstructuring, the EU's crisis of goverability and social imperialism. -- National or European social models? contesting European welfare futures. -- European economic policy: protectionism as an elite strategy. -- The European Union: a player in world energy politics? -- Euroepan elites on the European Union: what vision for the future? -- Towards a European identity?
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