Destination Europe: The political and economic growth of a continent
by Kjell M. Torbiorn
Publisher: Manchester University Press 2003
Number of pages: 327
Destination Europe interprets and interrelates the major political, economic and security developments in Europe - including transatlantic relations - from the end of the Second World War up until the present time, and looks ahead to how the continent may evolve politically in the future.
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