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About William V.

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William V. Harris was born on 13 September in Nottingham, England. He earned first class in Classical Moderations in , then first class in Literae Humaniores in From he pursued graduate studies as a State Student at Oxford, spending the year in Rome where he worked with J.

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  • U-Th Series Nuclides in Aquatic Systems (Radioactivity in the Environment).
  • ARM Assembly Language: Fundamentals and Techniques;
  • Rethinking the EU’s Mediterranean Policies Post-1/11.

Ward-Perkins , and was then the T. Greene Scholar in Classical Art and Archaeology.

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His dissertation supervisor was M. Frederiksen, and he received his D.

In , he joined the faculty of the Columbia University History Department, which he chaired from to In he was awarded the William R. Shepherd Professorship in History at Columbia.

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Since , he has been director of Columbia's Center for the Ancient Mediterranean, which he co-founded. Mellon Foundation. In he was elected a Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy.

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Books by William V. Trivia About Rethinking the Me No trivia or quizzes yet. After centuries of struggles and two World Wars, we are yet incapable of finding common interests and share political actions. We are motionless and fossilized on a World that does no longer exist.

Rethinking the Mediterranean

We are still focusing on acting singularly, without understanding that the World is changing and moving away from us. Meanwhile we carry on fighting us each other while the U. Strong powers are raising now their voice in the international balance of power, such as Russia, India, and China. In addition, many others want to be duly considered, such as Iran. Currently, the European Union is being threatened by the rise of the Islamic State ISIS and several Islamist fighting groups, has ambiguous allies like Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia the first is suspected to be compromised in ISIS sponsorship, the second and the third are well — known squares of private funding in favor to all Sunni battalions ; is supporting a gulped government infiltrated by Nazi elements in Ukraine; is negotiating the TTIP, whereas currently this deal is more favorable for the U.

Lots of problem, so, but no solution at the horizon. No answer from frau Merkel.

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If Europe cannot be able to help State members, how could they find and defend our interests? One of the political pivots affirms that a State has to reach its primordial aim before reaching the others if it does not want to die. The primordial aim of a State is its survival, declined in its security; however, we are not ready yet to rethink a European security. Not a security based on the U.

The Greek referendum, the last sign of a Europe in distress, opens a new chapter in the communitarian process and maybe it could help our leaders and politicians to find the strength and the willingness to recreate an European Union finally based on our common interests. Categories: European Union , International Organizations. Tags: Editorials , Law and Governance. Jul 9, Editorial Board.

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