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Europe After Maastricht

American and European Perspectives

Edited by Paul Michael L├╝tzeler

320 pages, 8 tables

ISBN  978-1-57181-020-5 $120.00/£85.00 Hb Published (December 1994)


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During the era following the Second World War world peace was largely assured through American-European cooperation on the political, military, and economic level. This status quo was upset by the ratification of the Treaty on the European Union (Maastricht Treaty) which will, whatever obstacles still remain, inevitably lead to closer cooperation among (west)European countries and to a shift in Europe's position within world politics. This raises a number of questions that are discussed in this volume by an international team of experts from Europe (east and west), Russia and the United States.

Paul Michael Lützeler is Rosa May Distinguished University Professor in the Humanities at Washington University of St. Louis; Director of the European Studies Program; Director of the Center for Contemporary German Literature and Chairman of the Senate Council.

Subject: Postwar History
Area: Europe

LC: HC241 .E7835 1994

BL: YC.1995.a.514

BISAC: POL000000 POLITICAL SCIENCE/General; POL021000 POLITICAL SCIENCE/International Relations/Treaties

BIC: JPSN2 EU & European institutions




Contents

Introduction
P. M. Lützeler

Chapter 1. The US and the EC: Cooperation and Competition
T. Sommer

Chapter 2. The US/EC Relationship: Friends and Competitors
M. Weidenbaum

Chapter 3. The European Community and the Challenge of the 1990s: Change and Competitiveness
C. Jackson

Chapter 4. From "Nation-State" to "Member-State": The Evolution of the European Community
A. Sbragia

Chapter 5. European Integration and Social History since 1950
H. Kaelble

Chapter 6. Business Restructuring in Response to the Single Market
J. T. Little

Chapter 7. Monetary Union in Europe: End of a Dream or Beginning of a Nightmare?
P. G. Rogge

Chapter 8. European Economic and Monetary Union: Internal and External Dimensions
E. Thiel

Chapter 9. Subsidiarity and the European Community
G. A. Bermann

Chapter 10. The Role of the European Court of Justice on the Way to European Union
L. S. Wexler

Chapter 11. Multilateralism and Re-nationalization: European Security in Transtition
D.Dettke

Chapter 12. Europe Agreements: Economic Opportunities and Threats for Poland
A. Stepniak

Chapter 13. Economic Cooperation between Russia and the EC Countries: Obstacles and Prospects
Y. V. Fedotov

Chapter 14. Environmental Policy in Europe: The Greening of Europe?
M. Strübel

Chapter 15. The other "Democratic Deficit": Women in the European Community before and after Maastricht
J. M. Mushaben

Chapter 16. European Cultural Policy after Maastricht
R.Picht

Chapter 17. The Context of Tradition and Cultural Identity: Regionalism and Contemporary European Architecture
U. Kultermann

Chapter 18. Writers on European Identity
P. M. Lützeler

Notes on Contributors
Bibliography
Index

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