In Goodbye, Europe! Hello, Chaos! Merkel's Migrants, former diplomat J. Michael Springmann provides an in-depth analysis of the migrant flood, its causes, and what it means for Europe.
Author: J. Michael Springmann
They come from across the Middle East, South Asia, North Africa-floods of refugees seeking sanctuary in Europe. Most are men. Some are terrorists. And all represent an ethnopolitical nightmare for the European Union. What drives these migrants? Why, instead of seeking out nations with common ethnic and religious ties, do they instead head north and west, where few speak their language or share a common culture? In Goodbye, Europe! Hello, Chaos! Merkel's Migrants, former diplomat J. Michael Springmann provides an in-depth analysis of the migrant flood, its causes, and what it means for Europe. Building on arguments put forward in his previous work, Visas for Al Qaeda: CIA Handouts That Rocked the World, the ex-State Department official and attorney reveals how US foreign policy created the crisis. Destabilizing nations through invasion and espionage furthers US goals in the Middle East, he argues, creating migrant waves guided northward and westward to destabilize the European Union in general and Germany in particular. Germany's own refugee program, designed to exploit migrants as cheap labor, made US intelligence efforts all the easier. Springmann's insider knowledge of US policy permeates this insightful, sometimes terrifying look at a world where migrants become weapons, nationalism is condemned, and civil liberties hang in the balance.
It also attempts to illicit the facts and present these, so that the reader knows the true story behind the fake news.
Author: Simon Towell
Inspired by Brexit (the UK's withdrawal from the European Union) it plots the history and relationship between the UK and the EU, past, present and future. It covers many topics of interest in the debate, to give the reader a better understanding of the political and economic ramifications. It also attempts to illicit the facts and present these, so that the reader knows the true story behind the fake news.
Sensini, Paolo. Sowing Chaos: Libya in the Wake of Humanitarian Intervention. ...
J. M. Goodbye, Europe? Hello, Chaos?: Merkel's Migrant Bomb. Washing, DC:
Daena, 2014. ———. Visas for Al Qaeda: CIA Handouts That Rocked the World.
Author: Francis A Boyle
World Politics, Human Rights, and International Law examines the relationship between these concepts based upon the author's professional experiences dealing with real world problems. It demonstrates the power of international law and human rights to make a positive difference for international peace and justice.
Migrants (which is the common designation in Europe) and immigrants (which is
what they are called in the traditional ... falling on top of one another more or less
at the same time and everywhere, it's goodbye Raumordnung and hello chaos.
Author: Sanyal Bishwapriya
Bringing together leading planning and urban scholars, and including fascinating international case studies, this unique book investigates urban planning across the world and in different cultures.
Throughout time and often in the midst of tumultuous wars and climatic chaos
man is compelled to put into text that which is often perceived as ... Alan thinks it
will be a good thing to call Peter and say goodbye . ... Hi , Olympia , this is Alan .
Author: Brian Wallace
From the best-selling author, David Jay Brown comes a spell-binding journey into madness, more hellishly horrifying than your worst nightmares, yet more deliciously satisfying than your wildest dreams, David Jay Brown's science-fantasy thriller promises to completely splatter your brain, and thoroughly melt your mind. Join us for an unprecedented global transformation, as twisted aliens from a distant star system unleash an unstoppable, incurable, hallucinogenic virus onto an unsuspecting, schizophrenic world -- offering its inhabitants a final chance for eternal salvation and everlasting life. All it takes is one little kiss...
Derlén, Mattias, and Johan Lindholm, 2013: Goodbye van Gend en Loos, Hello
Bosman? ... Derlén, Mattias, et al., 2012: Coherence Out of Chaos: Mapping
European Union Law by Running Randomly through the Maze of CJEU Case
Author: Susanne K. Schmidt
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The European Court of Justice is one of the most important actors in the process of European integration. Political science still struggles to understand its significance, with recent scholarship emphasizing how closely rulings reflect member states' preferences. This book argues that the implications of the supremacy and direct effect of the EU Treaty have still been overlooked. As it constitutionalizes an intergovernmental treaty, the European Union has a detailed set of policies inscribed into its constitution that are extensively shaped by the Court's case law. If rulings have constitutional status, their impact will be considerable, even if the Court only occasionally diverts from member states' preferences. By focusing on the four freedoms of goods, services, persons, and capital, as well as citizenship rights, the book analyses how the Court's development of case law has ascribed a broad meaning to these freedoms. The constitutional status of this case law constrains policymaking at the European and member-state levels. Different case studies show how major pieces of EU legislation partly codify case law. Judicialization is important in the EU. It also directly constrains member-state policies. Court rulings oriented towards individual disputes are difficult to translate into general policies-but if they have constitutional status they have to go through this process. Policy options are thereby withdrawn from majoritarian decision-making. As the Court cannot be overruled, short of a Treaty change, its case law casts a long shadow over policymaking in the European Union, undermining the legitimacy of this political order.
For the visiting football fan , however , the very chaos and sectarian passion of
the Greek game make it as attractive a re ... Even the toughest - looking Essential
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Author: Peterjon Cresswell
With the electrifying World Cup a vivid memory, this fans' handbook updates you on the 1999 season in Europe. The Rough Guide not only introduces the game and its players but fills you in on getting match tickets, meeting local fans, and finding that all-important team jersey.