New Xenophobia in Europe
Title: New Xenophobia in Europe
Citation: London/The Hague/Boston, Kluwer Law International, 1995
Predominantly within Europe, there has been a dramatic upsurge in xenophobic attitudes and ethnic violence. This work analyzes most European countries for the treatment of, and the action against foreigners. It describes various aspects of the complexity and variation of the xenophobia theme. The economic recession, uncertainty about the future of granted values and institutions (like the EU, NATO and OSCE) has brought xenophobia back to the forefront of the European agenda. The book is the product of an initiative by researchers at the European University Institute in Florence: all co-authors describe their own country.
Type of Access: openAccess