The Activation of Xenophobia

The Activation of Xenophobia
The Activation of Xenophobia as a Result of Immigration in Europe Case Study: Spain
Autor: Doru Petrişor FRANŢESCU
Editura Lumen
Iaşi, 2007
Nr. pag. 103
ISBN 978-973-1703-51-0
At the time of the writing of this thesis the European Union is at a crossroads. Hardly have the member states got over the crisis that divided them during the Iraqi war in 2003, that other problems emerged to the European construction. In late May and early June 2005, France and respectively the Netherlands have rejecte through referendum the Constitutional Treaty. In December the same year the negotiations for the 2007- 2013 financial plan came dangerously close to a failure and the final budget agreed upon represents less than the European Commission had considered necessary for a succesful integration. In the broader context, the 2000 Lisbon Agenda, that was supposed to make the European economy the most competitive knowledge- based economy in the world is far from achieving that objective half- way through its proposed period of 10 years. One of the means through which the EU tries to reach this target is enlargement.
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