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Peter J. Verovšek

( New York : Cornell University Press , 2001 ); S. N. Kalyvas , The Logic of Violence in Civil War ( New York : Cambridge University Press , 2006 ), 401 –411 ; J. J. Mearsheimer , ‘ Back to the Future: Instability in Europe After the Cold War ,’ International Security , 15 : 1 ( 1990 ), 5 –56 . 51 A. J. Zurcher , The Struggle to Unite Europe, 1940–1958: An Historical Account of the Development of the Contemporary European Movement from its Origin in the Pan-European Union to the Drafting of the Treaties for Euratom and the European Common Market

in Memory and the future of Europe
Peter J. Verovšek

in Germany under the leadership of the German Central Bank – the Bundesbank or Buba – was 3.2 per cent. Since the introduction of the common currency in 2000, inflation has been 1.5 per cent.Despite this fact, the collective memory of German hyperinflation has been deployed to support strident criticism of the ECB’s profligacy. This framing has proved to be highly successful, as polling data shows that the German fear of inflation has only risen since the end of the Cold War. The increased salience of this narrative since 1990 is difficult to explain if the

in Memory and the future of Europe
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Antinomies and enticements
Saurabh Dube

Tracey Hedrick , Mestizo Modernism: Race, Nation, and Identity in Latin American Culture, 1900–1940 ( New Brunswick, NJ : Rutgers University Press , 2003 ); Jean Franco , The Decline and Fall of the Lettered City: Latin America in the Cold War ( Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press , 2002 ); Roberto González

in Subjects of modernity
Why are things ‘this way’, and not ‘that way’?
Stephen Hobden

coincides with the emergence of, in the wake of the Cold War, a global neoliberal project so that the international realm becomes one dominated by the central tenets of the neoliberal perspective. While Foucault's analysis was at a state level, with the appearance of a common political culture more or less worldwide, it became possible to apply his ideas to analyse these processes at a global level. 12 International Relations theorists who have drawn on these ideas have worked on the assumption that there is a global, or

in Critical theory and international relations
On mediated unity and overarching legal-political form
Darrow Schecter

and politically scientific when the conditions for social democratic corporatist compromise were available, but ceased to be viable and scientific when these conditions were altered by the collapse of the former USSR, decline in the power of trade unions, and the wave of privatisation and de-​regulation accompanying globalisation in many states since the end of the Cold War. If political management of the economy intrudes upon Reconsidering modern democratic statehood 47 individual choice and freedom of initiative, governments should really refrain from bailing

in Critical theory and sociological theory
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A pluralist theory of citizenship
Rainer Bauböck

. Although the EU has grown continuously from 1957 to the 2013 accession of Croatia, I have deliberately not included enlargement among its constitutive features. The political reunification of Europe after the Cold War was the second great historical mission of the EU after securing permanent peace between the adversaries of two world wars. Yet a goal of continuous enlargement is particularly hard to square with a unanimity requirement in treaty

in Democratic inclusion