In this essay, Professor Kenneth Minogue puts in context the claim that events in Eastern Europe leave the genuine blueprint of socialism quite untorn. He argues that it represents just one more example of a familiar human frailty, the sad but common unwillingness of human beings to give up their most cherished beliefs and prejudices.
The following publication is a summary of key policies toward pharmaceuticals in three european countries, Britain, France West Germany, in 1989. Four key policy areas are covered; pricing, and reimbursement , registration, research and development and patents.
This report is a contribution to the debate (as of 1990) on the structure and future of the European community. It does not cover the debate as to whether the United Kingdom should or should not remain a member of the community.
Bricks in the Wall by Daniel Moylan argues for the liberalisation of markets and the negative effects of protectionism on markets in light of the European Commission adopting a series of protectionist measures.