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by Antonio Costa Pinto,Nuno S. Teixeira

Author: Antonio Costa Pinto,Nuno S. Teixeira
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: East European Monographs (September 15, 2002)
Pages: 240 pages
Category: Politics
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Geographic Name: Europe, Southern Politics and government. Personal Name: Pinto, António Costa. Personal Name: Teixeira, Nuno Severiano. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. All rights are reserved by their owners.

The Blue Shirts: Portuguese Fascism in Inter-war Europe (New York, NY: SSM-Columbia University Press, 2000). Salazar’s Dictatorship and European Fascism: Problems of Interpretation (New York, NY: SSM-Columbia University Press, 1995).

The broader implications of the incorporation of Southern Europeans into a German-French dominated organization, as well as corollary problems related to the expansion of. .ANTÓNIO COSTA PINTO nasceu em Lisboa em 1953.

The broader implications of the incorporation of Southern Europeans into a German-French dominated organization, as well as corollary problems related to the expansion of the European Union by admission of former members of the Soviet Bloc, round out this This collection of essays focuses on the evolution of the relationship of the European Union to its Southern members. Doutorado pelo Instituto Universitário Europeu (1992, Florença) e Agregado pelo ISCTE (1999), é presentemente Investigador no Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa e Professor Convidado no ISCTE, Lisboa.

Southern Europe and the making of the European Union, 1945-1980s. From Africa to Europe: Portugal and European Integration. AC Pinto, NS Teixeira. East European Monographs, 2002. Elites, single parties and political decision-making in fascist-era dictatorships. Contemporary European History 11 (3), 429-454, 2002. Rethinking fascism and dictatorship in Europe. Portugal: the primacy of ‘independents’. AC Pinto, PT de Almeida. Southern Europe and the Making of the European Union, 3-40, 2002.

and the Making of the. European Union, 1945-1980s. Social science monographs, boulder distributed by columbia university press, new york.

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This collection of essays focuses on the evolution of the relationship of the European Union to its Southern members.

New York, SSM-Columbia University Press. This collection of essays focuses on the evolution of the relationship of the European Union to its Southern members. The broader implications of the incorporation of Southern Europeans into a German-French dominated organization as well as corollary problems related to the expanion of the European Union by admission of former members of the Soviet Bloc round out this important contribution to contemporary international and inter-European relations.

This collection of essays focuses on the evolution of the relationship of the European Union to its Southern members. The broader implications of the incorporation of Southern Europeans into a German-French dominated organization as well as corollary problems related to the expanion of the European Union by admission of former members of the Soviet Bloc round out this important contribution to contemporary international and inter-European relations.