Welcome to the February 2016 list of recent acquisitions at the GSC’s Central Library.
Looking for great books to read on European politics and economics? Or European history and geopolitics? We have a few recent acquisitions worth considering.
February is a month for hibernation. Whether you are stuck indoors avoiding bad weather or just want an excuse to curl up in a blanket on the sofa, we have selected 15 reading choices that you are sure to find interesting.
If you are new to setting yourself reading goals, don’t let the idea of 15 good books overwhelm you. You don’t have to read them all at once! Have a look at the abstracts, choose the one you are interested in and come and borrow it from the Central Library.
Can’t find the book you’re looking for? You can also suggest new acquisitions by contacting: firstname.lastname@example.org.
And if you want to find more books, try looking at our online catalogue.
- The Central Library is open to all staff of the Council of the European Union and the European Council, trainees, Permanent Representations of Member States, staff of other EU Institutions and bodies, as well as to researchers and students (upon appointment by e-mail at email@example.com). Access to some Library holdings might be restricted to on-site consultation.