qEuropeq is one of the defining issues of our times. Politically, economically, legally, culturally, it is a source of division to some and inspiration for others. This book contains essays written by eminent authors to celebrate the Centenary of the British Academy, the country's leading academic institution for Social Sciences and the Humanities. Their central theme is qBritain's Contribution to the Europe of the Twenty-First Centuryq and it is approached in an inter-disciplinary way from the different angles of law, politics, economics and the humanities.Contributors: Guido Alpa; Stephen Bann FBA; Vernon Bogdanor CBE, FRSA, FBA; Keith Clark, BCL; Kenneth Dyson FBA, FRHS; David Edward CMG, FRSE; Sir John Elliott, FBA, AAAS; Laurent Fabius; The Rt. Hon. Frank Field MP; Sir Roy Goode QC, CBE, FBA; The Rt. Hon. The Lord Hurd of Westwell, CH, CBE; Giorgio La Malfa; Noelle Lenoir; Nicholas Mann CBE; Basil Markesinis QC, DCL, FBA; Baroness O'Neill of Bengarve, DBE, FBA; The Rt. Hon. The Lord Woolf of Barnes.No previous culture or technology has made it possibleaindeed easyato consume a nonstop diet of westerns, or stock market news, or pornography. If global mass communications develops along these lines, viewers, listeners and readersanbsp;...
|Title||:||The British Contribution to the Europe of the Twenty-first Century|
|Author||:||B. S. Markesinis|
|Publisher||:||Hart Publishing - 2002|