Building a European Identity: France, the United States, and the Oil Shock, 1973-74

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Show simple item record GFELLER, Aurélie Elisa 2012-09-05T10:04:05Z 2012-09-05T10:04:05Z 2012
dc.identifier.citation New York, Berghahn Books, 2012, Berghahn Monographs in French Studies, 12 en
dc.identifier.isbn 9780857452252
dc.description.abstract The Arab-Israeli war of 1973, the first oil price shock, and France’s transition from Gaullist to centrist rule in 1974 coincided with the United States’ attempt to redefine transatlantic relations. As the author argues, this was an important moment in which the French political elite responded with an unprecedented effort to construct an internationally influential and internally cohesive European entity. Based on extensive multi-archival research, this study combines analysis of French policy making with an inquiry into the evolution of political language, highlighting the significance of the new concept of a political European identity. en
dc.description.tableofcontents -- Acknowledgements -- Acronyms and abbreviations -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Meeting the American Challenge: France and the Year of Europe -- Chapter 2. Constructing a European Identity -- Chapter 3. War in the Middle East. The Europeanization of France’s Arab Policy -- Chapter 4. Kissinger, Jobert and the Oil Shock -- Chapter 5. From a European Common Voice Towards Atlanticism? -- Chapter 6. Building a Political Europe in a Changed International Context: Giscard and the Twin Summits of Paris and Martinique -- Conclusions -- Bibliography en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Berghahn Books en
dc.title Building a European Identity: France, the United States, and the Oil Shock, 1973-74 en
dc.type Book en

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