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The End of the West:
The Once and Future Europe
David Marquand

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ADDITIONAL REVIEWS:

"The End of the West is a wake-up call. It raises many questions and calls for drastic changes in the EU government. . . . Marquand gives us a concise and brilliant analysis of the failures and weaknesses of the EU. Readable and compact, this book helps us understand the reasons behind the present problems affecting the EU."--Arab News

"In this well-written book, Marquand poses several challenges to the leaders of the EU. Realizing that a much weaker European power faces rising major powers in the East, mainly China and India, Marquand encourages European peoples and politicians to critically analyze and come to terms with the major issues that confront them, including Islamophobia, immigration, the resurrection of the old ethnicities, and, above all, their ethnocentrism."--Choice

ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"Positive criticism is always the best criticism. David Marquand's compact but impressively broad-ranging analysis is built on a lifetime of pro-European advocacy. Yet his book displays many deep concerns about the flaws and failings of today's European Union as it ambles complacently toward an uncertain future. Essential reading for all who wish Europe well."--Norman Davies, St. Antony's College, University of Oxford

"David Marquand's brilliant, compact book is essential reading for everyone interested in the strategic outlook for Europe in the emerging new constellation of global powers. And I mean 'everyone'--students, scholars, journalists, business leaders, politicians, and civil servants, in the lands of the old West and new East. With erudition and a light, readable touch, this remarkable book ranges across vast historical and contemporary political horizons."--Michael Emerson, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)

"This exceptionally readable book combines wide, practical political experience with intellectual breadth, and does an excellent job of drawing together the big historical themes that surround the birth, development, and travails of the European Union. Marquand succeeds admirably in showing where Europe might be headed."--David Runciman, author of Political Hypocrisy: The Mask of Power, from Hobbes to Orwell and Beyond

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