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作者 Garavini, Giuliano, 1976-
書名 Dopo gli imperi. English
After empires : European integration, decolonization, and the challenge from the global South 1957-1986 / Giuliano Garavini ; translated by Richard R. Nybakken
出版項 Oxford UK : Oxford University Press, 2012
國際標準書號 9780199659197 (hbk.)
0199659192
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 亞太中心圖書室  HC241 .G3713 2012    在架上    30620020129390
 近史所郭廷以圖書館  940.55 G212    在架上    30550100547049
說明 ix, 291 p. : maps ; 24 cm
系列 [Oxford studies in modern European history]
Oxford studies in modern European history
附註 "Originally published in 2009 as Dopo gli imperi. L'integrazione europea nello scontro Nord-Sud, ♭ Mondadori Education S.p.a., Milano"--T.p.verso
Translated from the Italian
Includes bibliographical references (p. [262]-286) and index
"After Empires describes how the end of colonial empires and the changes in international politics and economies after decolonization affected the European integration process. Until now, studies on European integration have often focussed on the search for peaceful relations among the European nations, particularly between Germany and France, or examined it as an offspring of the Cold War, moving together with the ups and downs of transatlantic relations. But these two factors alone are not enough to explain the rise of the European Community and its more recent transformation into the European Union. Giuliano Garavini focuses instead on the emergence of the Third World as an international actor, starting from its initial economic cooperation with the creation of the United Nations Conference for Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in 1964 up to the end of unity among the countries of the Global South after the second oil shock in 1979-80. Offering a new - less myopic - way to conceptualise European history more globally, the study is based on a variety of international archives (government archives in Europe, the US, Algeria, Venezuela; international organizations such as the EC, UNCTAD, and the World Bank; political and social organizations such as the Socialist International, labour archives and the papers of oil companies) and traces the reactions and the initiatives of the countries of the European Community, but also of the European political parties and public opinion, to the rise and fall of the Third World on the international stage."--Publisher's website
Introduction -- 1. The Third World and the creation of UNCTAD ; The spitit of Bandung ; Recipes for development ; Unionizing the Third World : The G77 and the origins of UNCTAD -- 2. The myopia of the European Community ; The passing of imperial illusions ; The wonder of modernity : in defense of the Common Market ; The Algiers Charter ; A Common Market without a common identity -- 3. 1968 : empires and shopping malls ; The limits of Americ;nization ; Thirdworldism and social rebellion ; Losing one's religion ; The closing circle -- 4. The developing countries' "most favored" partner ; The Atlantic widens ; Santiago, Chile : the radicalization of the Third World ; Sicco Mansholt ; Regionalists and globalists -- 5. The year of oil ; The oil weapon ; Tbe new international economic order ; Europe's identity ; The successes and failures of the Community's global policy -- 6. North-South dialogues ; G5, G6, G7 ; The North-South dialogue in Paris ; Willy Brandt and global social democracy -- Epilogue : managing globalization ; Third Worlds ; The European Single Market project
主題 Europe -- Economic integration -- History
Decolonization -- History
European Union countries -- Foreign relations -- Developing countries
Developing countries -- Foreign relations -- European Union countries
United States -- Foreign relations -- Developing countries
Developing countries -- Foreign relations -- United States
Developing countries -- Foreign relations
Alt Author Nybakken, Richard R
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