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Slippery slope : Europe's troubled future

Author: Giles Merritt
Publisher: Oxford, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2016.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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A hard-hitting warning that Europe's prospects are gloomy unless Europeans awake from their torpor and embrace the often difficult changes necessary to flourish in the 21st century world. From one of  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Giles Merritt
ISBN: 9780198757863 0198757867
OCLC Number: 925500011
Description: xv, 270 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The myths hastening Europe's decline --
The world in 2050 : a glimpse into the future --
Managing the new global economy : Europe's chance to take centre stage --
Europe need not fear Asia's rise --
For Europe, Africa spells trouble and opportunity --
The human factor : not enough jobs, but also not enough workers --
Europe's stuttering efforts to catch up with the digital revolution --
Why 'Brussels' lacks legitimacy, credibility, and even genuine power --
Searching for an exit from the EU's political labyrinth --
Putting some muscle into Europe's 'soft power' --
'Juncker's curse' : why EU leaders don't deliver on their promises --
No master plan for the EU, but an urgent 'to do' list.
Responsibility: Giles Merritt.
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[Slippery Slope's chief virtue is that, with chapters on Africa, Asia and the digital revolution, it places the EU's challenges in broader global and technological contexts. He rightly emphasises Read more...

 
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