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A New Europe? (Foreign Affairs Books)

Editors: Gideon Rose, Editor, Foreign Affairs, and Peter G. Peterson Chair, Foreign Affairs, and James F. Hoge Jr.

A New Europe? (Foreign Affairs Books) - a-new-europe-foreign-affairs-books

Publisher Foreign Affairs

Release Date January 1999

Price Out of Print

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Overview

POLITICS

The Case Against 'Europe'
Noel Malcolm,  Foreign Affairs,  March/April 1995

Europe's Rising Regionalism
John Newhouse,  Foreign Affairs,  January/February 1997

Can Europe Work?
George Soros,  Foreign Affairs,  September/October 1997

The Social Question Redivivus
Tony Judt,  Foreign Affairs,  September/October 1997

Europe's Endangered Liberal Order
Timothy Garton Ash,  Foreign Affairs,  March/April 1998

The Third Way and Liberty
Ralf Dahrendorf,  Foreign Affairs,  September/October 1999

Europe's Next Big Idea
Richard Medley,  Foreign Affairs,  September/October 1999

EURO-NOMICS

The Dollar and the Euro
C. Fred Bergsten,  Foreign Affairs,  July/August 1997

EMU and International Conflict
Martin Feldstein,  Foreign Affairs,  November/December 1997

America and Europe: Clash of the Titans?
C. Fred Bergsten,  Foreign Affairs,  March/April 1999

Misunderstanding Europe
William Wallace and Jan Zielonka,  Foreign Affairs,  November/December 1998

GERMANY

Germany's New Right
Jacob Heilbrunn,  Foreign Affairs,  November/December 1996

Mr. Heilbrunn's Planet
Josef Joffe et al.,  Foreign Affairs,  March/April 1997

Germany's Choice
Timothy Garton Ash,  Foreign Affairs,  July/August 1994

Freedom and Its Discontents
Fritz Stern,  Foreign Affairs,  September/October 1993

FRANCE

The Trouble With France
Dominique Moisi,  Foreign Affairs,  May/June 1998

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