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  • Existing Members Of The Eu
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    Risks and challenges of the EU expansion. Introduction For several years now the European Union is discussing a possible enlargement, because several European countries have applied for membership in the EU. These are especially the former communist countries in Eastern Europe, that have clearly turned towards the west since the fall of the iron curtain. These countries are Bulgaria, the Baltic countries Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, Poland, Romania, the Slovak Republic, the Czech Republic, Slo...
  • Future Of The Eu
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    The European Union was created in 1958 providing inter regional trade barriers, a common external tariff against other countries, a Common Agricultural Policy and guarantees of free movement of labor and capital. The EU is formerly called the European Community, and became known as the EU in January of 1994. The EU currently consist of 15 countries (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, UK) that all have ado...
  • Every Country In The Eu
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    A divided union Europe was a powerful continent, with ended with the second world war. Then Europe was in ruins, but even so, it was the beginning of a new golden age. Jean Monnet an Robert Schuman were convinced that the war started because Europe was not united. Therefore they founded the Europian Union (EU). They wanted to build an union that would banish conflicts for good. In 1951 it started with agreements between six countries, moving on tho the creation of a common market in 1957. In 195...
  • Similar Economic Treaties And Attempts At Integration
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    The European Union (EU) is by far the most advanced form of cooperation between independent sovereign countries today. Despite the great diversity in culture of its member states, in its integration the EU has established characteristics of a single state; its own parliament, justice system and a single market with one currency. The Europeans are the first to create this model where countries give up a part of their sovereignty to gain other benefits, but it is my opinion that as time progresses...
  • Freedom Of Movement The Eu Member States
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    Before we talk about are workers unfairly treated under EU? We should have the definition of workers. And what kind of right do they have? What are factors affect them? Freedom of movement Freedom of movement of workers is one of the four basic freedoms of the European Union. Since 1st January 1994 these freedoms have applied not only in the EU itself but also throughout the European Economic Area and it is understood that, as from April 1999, freedom of movement has also been agreed by the EC w...
  • Eu The European Union
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    [b [b]] Extended Essay Alex White's CEO Should the UK remain in the EU? [/b] [/b] The European Union is an international organisation, which contains 27 member states and was founded in 1951. It has disproportional political and economic importance to it's land mass (about 6% of the world) and it counts among it's member states half of G 8. The EU is both supranational and intergovernmental in its operation. It was established for economic benefits and to avoid another war (Europe had just endur...
  • Enlargement In The Eu
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    The European Union (EU) is at present facing one of the most challenging and significant opportunities in it's history, the issue of Central and Eastern enlargement. The implications of this unique expansion are very wide ranging, effecting the political, economic and social conditions of every state member and applicant of the EU. This enlargement has caused a lot a discussion among member states of the EU due to large amount applicant countries wanting to share the assumed benefits of EU membe...
  • Article 4 Of The Eu's Common Position
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    September 11, 2001 has opened the world up. The events of September, 11 have demonstrated that terrorism can affect, in its most horrific and inhuman form any part of the world at any time and no one can feel safe unless this civilization-eating monster is completely eradicated from our planet. The European reaction to the events of September 11 was: a) to sympathise with the United States; b) to declare that the Member States were willing to support the action 'each according to its means'; c) ...

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