Europe in the Global Age: 1990, 2000s, Today

Crash Course European History: “We “live in a global age, as we’ve been talking about Europe’s role in the gobal community for 47 episodes now. But, pedantry aside, the world is more connected than ever, and that has had effects in Europe. Today we’ll investigate how trade, communications, and disease have changed the continent..” Transcript.


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