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Austria Essay, Research Paper ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY The reason I choose this topic is because I might have some Austrian in my family. I thought that it would be cool to figure out some things about this country and also check if they are bad or good. In this article, they talk about a lot of things and how they think that the U.S looks at them like Barbarians and other interesting facts. The Atlantic Journal the Atlantic constitution; Atlantic, Ga.; Feb 13, 2000; Bert Roughton Jr.; Haider, 50, leads the populist right Freedom Party, which in recent days was installed as a coalition partner in Austria’s new Government. This has caused a lot of drama in the country of Austria. A lot of people are raging around in Vienna. The police are dressed up in Riot gear because of the

raging on the streets. Gargle says “It’s crazy, he sits around with a beer in one hand and a Cuban cigar in the other. Two thirds of the people didn’t even vote for him. What is an average Austrian to do?” The formation of this coalition caused outrage across Europe, where the freedom party is viewed as something between neo-Nazis and conventional U.S Republican conversations. While all this stuff was stirring in Vienna, on Thursday European rabbis said they would move a planned meeting from Vienna. One of the men in charge Joerg Haider is unacceptable to the European family of nations. Aba Dunner, secretary general of the conference of European Rabbis, told a Slovakian newspaper. The thoughts of the Holocaust, Hitler and SS and concentration camps are not acceptable at

the start of a new century and never can be, since we know exactly what they led to in the 30’s and 40’s. In Switzerland, where the right-wing People’s party captured 22.5 percent of the vote in the last election, European governments that opposed Haider were condemned as meddling. One poll showed half the Swiss opposed the action by the EU members. However the government goes at all this, Haider’s success in Vienna is the safest controlled by giving his party a share of the government. New York Times; New York; Feb 12, 2000; Donald G McHeil Jr.; I found this article and it had some of the same meaning that my last topic had, but goes off in a different way. It takes place in Austria and has to do with the foreign minister and other key facts. After reviewing the info, it

has a lot of keys facts and also explains a lot. France, Belgium and tiny Andorra boycotted a speech here last Thursday by the new Austrian foreign Minister. But they stayed to take part in the meeting of the organization for Cooperation and Security in Europe that she was presiding over. The conservative caucus in the European Parliament heard a motion to kick out Austria’s People’s Party for inviting back Mr. Haider’s Freedom Party into government with it. Most of the members said that the motion would not be voted on until April and had no chance of passing anyway. Europe is in a quandary. Fourteen of the continent’s foreign ministers threatened to isolate Austria’s if it lets Mr. Haider xenophobic party back into the government. Austria was quick to call the bluff

on the situation, but now Europe is divided and confused and falling back largely on bad manners. Mr. Haider has predicated that any censure effort would quickly crumble. He may be proved right. It isn’t just smaller European countries like Greece and Denmark that are already skeptical. The major or big powers are subdividing: Bavaria broke with Berlin over isolating its Alpine neighbor and Italy’s provinces around Trieste, and abutting Austria. “It’s hard to see how the EU can now get out of the hole that its leaders have dug. Peter Ludlow the director of the Center for European policy Studies in Brussels wrote in a scathing essay in Britain’s Financial Times this week. Within Austria itself, protests against the new government, which were buoyed by the European Union