'One of the greatest political memoirs of all time' (Guardian) -- The Sunday Times Number 1 BestsellerWhat happens when you take on the establishment? In this blistering, personal account, world-famous economist Yanis Varoufakis blows the lid on Europe's hidden agenda and exposes what actually goes on in its corridors of power.
Lying on a riverbank on a lazy summer's afternoon - 23rd June 2016, to be precise - Alice spots a flustered-looking white rabbit called Dave calling for a referendum. Following him down a rabbit-hole, she emerges into a strange new land, where up is down, black is white, experts are fools and fools are experts...
Argues that now is the time for Western nations to negotiate a new security architecture for neutral countries in eastern Europe to stabilize the region and reduce the risks of war with Russia. Michael O'Hanlon believes NATO expansion has gone far enough. The core concept of this new security architecture would be one of permanent neutrality.
Veteran BBC journalist Gavin Esler reveals the impact of Britain's big change. In seven succinct chapters, he sets out how leaving the European Union will affect UK food and diet: healthcare, jobs and industry, education, and travel to Europe. Brexit is not an event, it's a process that will last for years.
Long before the European Union was the ideal of Europe: a continent politically united and thereby at peace. In a pointed warning to Euroskeptics, Stella Ghervas shows that, for more than 300 years, European thinkers and political leaders have sought to achieve peace by pursuing political unity, with the EU representing the latest achievement.
This book presents a comprehensive evaluation of the likely economic impact upon the UK economy arising from Brexit. It additionally outlines the options available to policy makers for the formation of an economic strategy capable of adapting the economy to the challenges and opportunities presented by Brexit.
The book presents a model of interaction effects between policymakers and the media which can shed light on the former's ability to enhance democratic legitimacy in foreign policy decision-making. It shows that the media enhanced the democratic legitimacy of the EU's foreign policy in relation to its climate policy and its approach towards Russia.
Europe's social model - its system of welfare and social protection - is regarded by many as the jewel in the crown. It is what helps to give the European societies their distinctive qualities of social cohesion and care for the vulnerable.