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Silvia Salvatici

and food – that went back to the long tradition of ‘colonial humanitarianism’. 51 The recent experience of the World War was added to that of the long period of colonialism. The relief and rehabilitation programmes that had opened the road to the post-war reconstruction, in Europe especially, were also an important inheritance for the new path of international relief. From the end of the 1940s on, the improvement in the ‘underdeveloped’ countries’ socio-economic conditions took a major place on the agenda of the intergovernmental organisations, most of all

in A history of humanitarianism, 1755–1989
Towards a union or not?
Kjell M. Torbiörn

Danes and the Irish. By the time Greece, Portugal and Spain joined in the 1980s – also in a large part for economic reasons – resistance by the British and others to further integration had essentially transformed the European Community into MUP_Torbion_07_Ch7 127 22/9/03, 1:51 pm 128 Destination Europe an intergovernmental organisation (with the Commission as a last, and often frustrated, driving force for integration). The last three members – Austria, Finland and Sweden – faced a partly new situation. Not that the Internal Market posed any major threat to

in Destination Europe