Transforming Europe Through Crises: Thin, Thick, Parochial and Global Dynamics

Didem Buhari-Gulmez, Christian Kaunert, Seckin Baris Gulmez

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    Abstract

    ‘How many Europes?’ (Agnew, 2001; Zoppi, 2020) is a critical question that led to several attempts to analyse the multiplicity of European segments, strata, and trends as well as dichotomies such as peoples vs elites, North vs South, East vs West, intergovernmental bargains vs supranational institutions. There is a need to go beyond the existing analyses by contextualizing European crises and transformations globally. This special issue builds upon Chris Rumford’s collaborative research on ‘Europe and World Society’, ‘European Multiplicity’ and the trichotomy of ‘Thin, Thick and Parallel Europes’. Given its focus and innovative approach, European Politics and Society has become a suitable venue for the special issue that seeks to deal with ‘hot topics’ in European social and political transformations from an original and innovative perspective.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)1-7
    Number of pages7
    JournalEuropean Politics and Society
    Early online date11 Nov 2020
    DOIs
    Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 11 Nov 2020

    Keywords

    • Europe
    • crisis
    • global
    • parochial
    • thick
    • thin

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