Vieille Europe, jeune Europe : une dualité rhétorique ou réelle ?

Abstract : In 2003, while the United States was preparing for the overthrow of Saddam Hussein in Iraq, the US Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, aroused a great deal of controversy, calling what he called an "old Europe". This would include France and Germany, which refuse to associate with American policy, European countries supporting it that the journalists designate by antiphrasing the "new Europe". The geodemographer may wonder whether the Secretary of State did not wish to use the qualification of "old" in the demographic sense, opposing the aged populations of Europe to others who would be young. In other words, would the geography of the population of Europe be dual?
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Gérard-François Dumont. Vieille Europe, jeune Europe : une dualité rhétorique ou réelle ?. Géoconfluences, Lyon: École normale supérieure de Lyon DGESCO, 2005, pp.1-9. ⟨halshs-01452321⟩

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