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The political economy of ‘a country called Europe’

Dimitris Ballas

New mapping techniques open up the possibility of both a more informed policy-making and a greater sense of solidarity Can Europe be seen as one country?  Or at least as an emerging ‘entity of identity’ made up of a growing number of smaller countries and regions?  To what extent, in other words, can we start talking about the political economy … Continue reading

27 November 2014 by
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