The Europe Illusion: Britain, France, Germany and the Long History of European Integration




      The Europe Illusion: Britain, France, Germany and the Long History of European Integration
In The Europe Illusion, Stuart Sweeney considers Britain s relationships with France and Prussia Germany since the map of Europe was redrawn at Westphalia in 1648 A timely and far sighted study, it argues that integration in Europe has evolved through diplomatic, economic, and cultural links cemented among these three states Indeed, as wars became destructive and economic expectations were elevated these states struggled to survive alone Yet it has been rare for all three to be friends at the same time Instead, apparent setbacks like Brexit can be seen as reflective of a pragmatic Europe, where integration proceeds within variable geometry. Best Read [ The Europe Illusion: Britain, France, Germany and the Long History of European Integration ] by [ Stuart Sweeney ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 368 pages
  • The Europe Illusion: Britain, France, Germany and the Long History of European Integration
  • Stuart Sweeney
  • 19 August 2017
  • 1789140609

10 thoughts on “ The Europe Illusion: Britain, France, Germany and the Long History of European Integration

  1. Iana says:

    Utterly disappointing book The thesis seems very compelling to me The three big powers of western central Europe have always found ways of stabilising their relationships and integrating through various arrangements across the centuries, and the EU is only one manifestation of this.Britain until recently , France and Germany also currently largely shape the European Union Britain has always been a bitaloof from the continent than the others But the way the book is written is not rigor Utterly disappointing book The thesis seems very compelling to me The three big powers of western central Europe have always found ways of stabilising their relationships and integrating through various arrangements across the centuries, and the EU is only one manifestation of this.Britain until ...

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