PPT_ContempEuropeDiscontents11BB

PPT_ContempEuropeDiscontents11BB - “Greater Serbia”...

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Contemporary Europe and its Discontents Argument: The end of the Cold War, the wars in Yugoslavia, European Unification, and other developments since 1989 have all contributed to a period of reorientation in Europe. The biggest questions for Europe now appear to be: What is Europe? What role does Europe want to play in the post-Cold War world? And, finally, who is European? Therefore, Europe is a region in flux .
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27 member states 500 million people Euro: 15 states
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Euro-skepticism ‘democratic deficit’ economic competition cultural concerns
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Breakup of Yugoslavia: The Return of Genocide
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Slobodan Milošević Former President of Serbia and former President of Yugoslavia
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Unformatted text preview: “Greater Serbia” Slobodan Milošević Former President of Serbia and former President of Yugoslavia “Greater Serbia” “ethnic cleansing” Bosnia: • Ethnic Composition: – 44% Muslim – 31% Serbian – 17% Croatian • Declared Independence, 1992 Bosnian Concentration Camp Immigration and Race • 60s: Boom • 70s: Bust • 80s: Riots • 90s: Who is European? – The “new right” What is Europe? • Demographic Decline • Immigration “Needed, but not wanted” What is Europe? • Demographic Decline • Immigration • Social Model Going, going, . . . gone? • Living history • Go! • The disappearance of Europe...
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course HST 112 taught by Professor Ebner during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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