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After Europe

After Europe
In this book, Krastev maintains that the only way to deal with the risk of the disintegration of the EU is to recognize its roots in the refugee crisis, which has dramatically changed the nature of democratic politics on the national level across the continent. The move is not so much a populist riot against the establishment but a voters' rebellion against meritocratic elites. It is important to respond to these concerns as well as to contain the reactionery impulses.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780812249439
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Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Pre
Author: Ivan Krastev
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Ivan Krastev is Chair of the Center for Liberal Strategies in Sofia, Bulgaria and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna. Following an Introduction discussing The Deja Vu Mind-set in which he notes that in the age of migration, democracy has begun to operate as an instrument of exclusion, he sets out two chapters entitled, We the Europeans, and They the People. These two chapters occupy almost 90 pp. Krastev follows this up with a conclusion, entitled Perhapsburg - Reflections on the Fragility and Resilience of Europe, noting that far-right nationalist parties are on the rise across the continent and the United Kingdom. As the UK plans for Brexit, he notes the siarray in the EU and considers whether the Union has a future. Finally, Krastev reflects on the ominous political, economic, and geopolitical future that would await the continent if the Union itself begins to disintegrate.
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