2 edition of Poland in crisis found in the catalog.
Poland in crisis
by Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service in [Washington, DC]
Written in English
|Statement||[Janice L. Carter]|
|Series||Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1981-82, reel 7, fr. 1374|
|Contributions||Carter, Janice L, Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service|
|The Physical Object|
Poland is one of Europe's economic out-performers. The country's history and geography encourage it to be in favour of deeper European integration. This book aims to contribute to discussions on the future shape of EMU and the next steps ahead. Country case studies in the book are drawn from France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom; representing states with long histories of immigration, countries with a more recent refugee arrivals, and countries that want to keep refugees at bay and refuse to admit even the smallest Author: Robert Larruina, H. Ghorashi.
The premise of the book seems to be that climate change (specifically, the Little Ice Age) was the primary cause of both the troubles of the 17th century (the Ming-Qing transition, the 30 Years' War, the English Civil War, the Deluge in Poland, the Cossack Rebellion, the Fronde, the end Spain as a global power, etc), and the subsequent change/5. Europe:: Ukraine. All Space Capital Places. Cape Kazantyp is a prominent headland on the Kerch Peninsula, which defines the southern shore of the Sea of Azov and the east extension of the Crimean Peninsula. Due to its relatively low latitude (45° N) the Crimea has been the warm holidaying destination for generations of Ukrainians and Russians.
Poland's supreme court constitutional crisis approaches a standoff This article is more than 1 year old The government’s attempt to lower the mandatory retirement age of judges is due to come. Reasons Why Poland Avoided the Recession Abstract Poland was the only economy among the European Union members, which avoided the recession of Nevertheless, the impact of global recession was visible in many areas of the Polish economy. The paper analyzes some of the main reasons behind this outstanding Size: KB.
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Since I’ve started this new book project, I’ve been able to spend time among the peoples of countries that for much of my life, I never imagined I would be able to. Poland: Solidarity: Walesa is a three-chapter book that details the life and significant contribution of Lech Walesa of Poland.
Lech Walesa is the leader of an independent labor organization - Solidarity. The book begins with the background of crisis in Poland.
The peaceful revolution is then described. As a school psych, I found this to be an invaluable reference when setting up a school crisis team. As we all know, it's much better to be prepared and NOT have a school crisis, than to be unprepared and have a crisis.
Poland's contributions to the field are immeasurable and I recommend this book to all by: A Grand Tour of the Crisis in Europe. Buy Book Amazon; Apple Books And the E.U.’s inability to check creeping authoritarianism in Poland and Hungary raises questions about whether it.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Johnson, A. Ross. Poland in crisis. Santa Monica, CA: Rand,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. German-Polish Crisis. GERMAN LIBRARY OF INFORMATION.
NEW YORK. The original German white Book, "Documents Concerning the Last Phase of the German-Polish Crisis", is not available to students of international affairs in the United States in adequate. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprints and updates: Poland, the last decade, published Polish Crisis: American Policy Options Paperback – September 1, by Jerry F.
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Many emerging economies have managed to generate spurts of rapid growth, often well above Poland’s 4 percent average, only to lose all their gains by running up debts and heading into a. EU in crisis amid Polexit fears: Poland 'could LEAVE bloc over refugee row' POLAND could leave the European Union as the result of a prolonged row over refugees, an expert has claimed.
This book explores how the rising numbers of refugees entering Europe from onwards played into fears of cultural, religious, and ethnic differences across the continent. The migrant, or refugee crisis, prompted fierce debate about European norms and values, with some commentators questioning wh.
The novel is bookended with a fictional conflict between members of two of these families, set in the waning days of Communist Poland (the book was published inso this was "modern day" at the time): Janko Buk is working to unionize Polish farmers and the government has dispatched Szymon Bukowski to the town of Bukowo to dissuade him.4/5.
Poland is in a deep crisis. What crisis, one might ask, looking at the amazing statistics. Not only is Poland one of the very few EU member states that has weathered the European economic crisis, but its economy has also continuously grown at an exceptional rate.
allegations made in the British Blue Book. Further copies may be obtained from the German Library of Information, 17 battery Place, New York. _____ INDEX Note on the German white Book I. The Last Phase of the German-Polish Crisis II.
Documents 1. First Note from the Diplomatic Representative of the Republic of Poland in the. Polish priests burn parishioners' ‘Harry Potter’ books. Many comments under the Facebook postings condemned the book burning, recalling that also happened in Nazi Germany before World War II.
“This timely book investigates the extent to which the Euro crisis has affected collective identities in Europe. Through a detailed investigation of elite discourses in Ireland, Germany, and Poland, the author demonstrates that the various debates about the crisis reflect rather than Brand: Palgrave Macmillan.
The crisis in Poland in – imposed great demands on the U.S. intelligence community. On the one hand, U.S. intelligence analysts sought to determine whether the Soviet Union might send troops into Poland to crush the Solidarity : Richard T.
Davies. Even more than economic bailouts, the refugee crisis threatens to tear the EU apart. While the debt crisis divided Europe into a north-south battlefield, on the refugee crisis it is east-west. “This book fills a gaping hole in the literature by providing a detailed account of the Euromissile crisis, which decisively shaped European and American politics for nearly a decade.
It is at the cutting edge of historical research on the Cold War, relying on new and declassified documents from a wide array of countries and sources.This book is an enlightening, inspiring, and sobering account of the social and economic transformation of Poland.
A multinational and interdisciplinary group of scholars examine the historical precursors that gave shape to the Solidarity movement, then focus on the institutional change that today presents challenges even more daunting than those of the earlier drama of resistance.The Polish Crisis.
The following is a resolution adopted by the 34th National Convention of the Socialist Labor Party, June 9, During the summer of a series of events took place in Poland, starting with a strike of shipyard workers in Gdansk, which released revolutionary energies that had been pent up for decades and which were to leave an indelible mark upon the history of the.