Roger argues that Europe has changed, the world outside has changed, and what people want has changed. As such, “The Trouble With Europe” looks at whether Europe needs the EU, or if perhaps it is one of Europe’s main problems.
This book is written especially for all fair-minded people across Europe who have previously been presented only with a choice of extremist ravings or wads of impenetrable Euro-speak. To all those who may be called upon to contribute to a decision about Europe’s future, or their country’s part in it, Roger offers a fluent, readable and even-handed analysis of the options of how Europe could better serve its people.
This most recent publication neatly follows on from his previous books, which include, “The Trouble with Markets,” and “Money for Nothing,” which correctly anticipated the financial crisis.
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