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Europe: global player or sideline spectator?

Corporate author: Alfred Herrhausen Society for International Dialogue Publisher: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 2003.Language: EnglishDescription: 151 p. : Photos ; 28 cm.ISBN: 3899810309Type of document: Book
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Book Europe Campus
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Print JN30 .E87 2003
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001212525
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Europe - Global Player or Sideline Spectator? Table of Contents Foreword Josef Ackermann............................................................................. 9 THE US AND EUROPE A RELATIONSHIP UNDER FIRE Wolfgang Ischinger The Transatlantic Partnership: Can it Survive? ............................................................ 15 Charles A. Kupchan America and Europe: Amicable Separation or Nasty Divorce?................................................... 23 CHALLENGER IN WAITING? The European Power Potential A debate between Richard Perle and Sergej Karaganow, steered by David Ignatius ................................ 32 Noëlle Lenoir A Changing Europe in a Changing World.............................................. 46 EUROPE VIEWED FROM WITHOUT Shlomo Avineri Need for Armed Prophets........................................................................ 52 Jorge G. Castãneda Latin America and Europe: Scope for Convergence...................... 58 Peter C. Goldmark The Daring Adventure.............................................................................. 62 THE GREAT WALL OF EUROPE - WHERE WILL EUROPE END? Turkey and the EU: A Golden Future or the End of Europe? A crossfire between Kemal Dervis and Hans-Ulrich Wehler ................................................................. 68 EUROPE - THE AILING ECONOMIC GIANT Jurgen Dormann Discontinuity is the Name of the Game...................................... 80 Zsolt Hernádi Bring in the Change................................................................... 82 Klaus Gretschmann Deals and Ideals ........................................................................ 85 EUROPE OF IDENTITIES Peter Esterházy Visions? What Visions? ............................................................................................................................... 92 Janusz Reiter Europe: No Copies Please! ........................................................... 94 Jakob Hein Homo europaeicus Comes of Age ......................................................... 96 Michael Portillo Europe Desperately Seeking........................................................ 98 THE MESSAGE AND THE MEDIA Haig Simonian European Print Media -- Getting it Together ................................... 104 Ruprecht Eser Quality in Journalism .............................................................................. 106 Jane Kramer Going Latin .................................................................................................. 107 Thomas Roth News from Brussels .................................................................................. 110 Danuta Walewska Explaining to the Public .......................................................................... 112 THE EUROPE TO COME Giacomo Filibeck A Young European Agenda................................................................... 116 Heather Grabbe A Generation on the Go ........................................................................ 120 Edit Inotai Heading for Europe ­ First or Second Class? ................................ 125 Piia-Noora Kauppi Setting Values .......................................................................................... 128 America Vera-Zavala A Need for Alternatives........................................................................... 133 OUTLOOK Wolf Lepenies Five Reasons Not to Despair Over Europe....................................... 137 The Contributors ..................................................................................... 144 The Alfred Herrhausen Society for International Dialogue .................................................................... 152

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