A politics of inevitability the privatisation of the Berlin Water Company, the global city discourse and governance in 1990s Berlin by Ross Beveridge

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Published by VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften in Wiesbaden .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Politics and government,
  • Privatization,
  • Water utilities,
  • Berliner Wasser-Betriebe

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Other titlesPrivatisation of the Berlin Water Company, the global city discourse and governance in 1990s Berlin
StatementRoss Beveridge
SeriesVS research
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LC ClassificationsJS5501 .B48 2012
The Physical Object
Pagination234 p. :
Number of Pages234
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25222311M
ISBN 103531182196
ISBN 109783531182193
LC Control Number2011516393

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It is a response to the theory professed by Western theorists and thinkers like Samuel Huntington who wrote the Book ‘The clash of civilizations’ where he discussed the path of progress for world politics Black politics, the inevitability of conflict.

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This began an unprecedented process of dissociation, commonly known as Brexit. Among the many challenges that Brexit poses is how to handle the border between Britain and the Republic of Ireland. In the recent past, the “soft” border between the two nations has allowed for the free flow of people and goods

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