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Citizen science in schools: Engaging students in research on urban habitat for pollinators
Citizen science can play an important role in school science education. Citizen science is particularly relevant to addressing current societal environmental sustainability challenges, as it engagesExpand
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The European Community and the Crises of the 1960s: Negotiating the Gaullist Challenge
Introduction: Writing a Supranational History of the EEC 1. Back From the Brink (January-December 1963) 2. From Cereals Agreement to Council Breakdown (January 1964 - June 1965) 3. A CarefulExpand
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European integration in the 1980s: on the way to Maastricht
This article seeks to identify the roots of the Maastricht Treaty that pre-date the geopolitical earthquake of 1989-91. It argues that, vital though this wider context would ultimately be, much ofExpand
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From deadlock to dynamism: the European community in the 1980s
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European Integration and the Cold War: Ostpolitik-Westpolitik, 1965-1973
Introduction Piers Ludlow France 1. The Linkage Between European Integration And Detente: De Gaulle's and Pompidou's Contrasting Approaches (1965-1974) Georges Henri Soutou 2.'Grandeur etExpand
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The Making of the CAP: Towards a Historical Analysis of the EU’s First Major Policy
This article seeks to explain the emergence of the CAP between 1958 and 1968. It draws attention to four particular political factors that made the policy’s birth possible, despite the vagueness ofExpand
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Europe and the End of the Cold War. A Reappraisal
Introduction: Who Won the Cold War in Europe? A Historiographical Overview Michael Cox. Perestroika and its Effects Revisited: Gorbachev's New Thinking and Europe, 1985-1989 Marie-Pierre Rey. In theExpand
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Transatlantic relations in the Johnson and Nixon eras: The crisis that didn’t happen — and what it suggests about the one that did
Many believed that the latter half of the 1960s would be a difficult time for NATO. Europe’s recovery, détente, and Washington’s preoccupation with other regions of the world, could all haveExpand
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Challenging French Leadership in Europe: Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and the Outbreak of the Empty Chair Crisis of 1965–1966
The Empty Chair Crisis of 1965–66 has traditionally been seen as a constitutional crisis, caused by the different European visions of General de Gaulle and the Commission president, Hallstein. ThisExpand
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The Very British Trajectory of a Pro-European: Roy Jenkins and Europe Prior to 1976
This chapter looks at Jenkins’ life and career prior to his appointment as Commission president, highlighting his youthful interest in European culture, politics, and travel, and his early politicalExpand