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By David Dunkerley, Lesley Hodgson, Stanislaw Konopacki, Tony Spybey, Andrew Thompson

Europe has replaced considerably and is now dealing with much more dramatic changes with the growth of the ecu Union, the creation of the euro and its elevated function as an international actor in global affairs. This transparent and obtainable textbook offers an creation to the major concerns now shaping the hot Europe and its citizens.

The e-book features:
* a heritage of the belief of 'Europe' and the improvement of the ecu country state
* research of ecu id and the demanding situations posed by way of citizenship, migration, human rights, regionalism and nationalism
* exam of the expansion technique and the influence of globalisation
* key studying issues, textual content bins and publications for additional studying to aid scholars

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In the lands that encompass much of modern Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, incorporated into the Russian empire in the late eighteenth century, local elites 27 CHANGING EUROPE enjoyed considerable autonomy until the late nineteenth century when the Russian state promoted the Russification of these lands in order to stem the rising tide of nationalisms. Such contests were also played out elsewhere in Europe. In Hungary a language law was introduced in 1907 which announced that teachers would be sacked if they or their students failed to learn Magyar, the official language.

This gesture, made explicitly for the Danes after the results of the first Danish referendum on the Treaty of Maastricht, strengthened the sovereignty of the member states with regard to Union citizenship and emphasised a model of the European Community as a union of states (Shaw 2000: 305). Some changes had been introduced to the Amsterdam Treaty – however, they did not bring about any important consequences. The new Treaty moved the policy on free movement, visa, immigration and asylum from the intergovernmental third pillar to the first pillar of the European Union.

When many of the new countries were established, then, there was a profound clash between the aspirations of the dominant political elite, and their supporters, and the actual ethno-social conditions in the territories. In Yugoslavia, perhaps the country with the most complex political arrangements in central-east Europe at that time, the state formally spoke on behalf of all Yugoslavs, but from the start bore the imprint of Serbia; Serbs dominated both government and army during the inter-war years.

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