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Title: コロナ後の欧州はどこに行くか : 地域大国の脅威と足元の陥穽
Other Titles: Where is Europe Heading after Corona : The Threat of Regional Powers and the Pitfalls on the Road Ahead
Authors: 国末, 憲人
Kunisue, Norito
Issue Date: Dec-2021
Publisher: 成蹊大学アジア太平洋研究センター
Abstract: As of 2021, Europe is entering a new period in two respects. One is that the COVID-19 virus effect that has continued since 2020 has be controlled due to the vaccine program, and the world after COVID-19 has become visible. The other is that the rift between the United States and Europe, which emerged during the four-year U.S. Trump administration, is showing signs of healing with the birth of the U.S. Biden administration, and is able to produce a unity that regards China as a common enemy. Otherwise, there are still many unstable factors in the situation surrounding Europe. Regional powers such as Russia and Turkey, which had been the target of democratization support from Europe, have become more authoritarian, and instead, have intervened in Europe in various ways, threatening European values such as democracy and human rights. However, Europe's greatest threat is within not without. The possibility that the right wing will take power in major European countries cannot be ruled out, in which case the existence of the G7 and EU itself will be threatened. It is also a concern that the nature of European populism has changed from the former "politics to gain popularity” to a politics that controls and manipulates citizens.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10928/1449
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