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  • Common European Market
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    ECONOMIC AND MONETARY UNION OF EUROPE The main reason for creating a European Market was the growing international competitiveness. In the mid of the eighties the European countries recognized that in the long run the national economies alone wont be able to compete against countries like the US, Japan and the new industrial centers in East Asia. The biggest advantage of the European integration is the unique chance of causing significant economic growth in the member countries by abolishing all...
  • Political Integration In The European Community
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    Discuss the respective contribution of neo-functionalism and intergovernmentalism to an understanding of the dynamic forces of European integration. Throughout History, several ideas have been presented with regards to creating European political and economic integration - From Sully, in the late 17th Century, proposing a 66 member senate inclusive of and representing 15 States to Count Coudenhove-Kalergi's recent idea of a pan-Europa in the 1930's. The two recent notions of neo-functionalism an...
  • Integration The Democratic Deficit In The E.U.
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    What is the impact in the European Union from a democratic perspective After World war two some European countries (Italy, Germany, France and the Benelux) in order to avoid new conflict started a process of economical integration that led nowadays to the E.U... Looking back at the history of the E.U. there are some stages of the development that can be taken as the most important for our discussion: the Treaty of Paris in 1951 that create the European Coal and Steel Community which put under a ...
  • Individual European Nations
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    After the tragedies of World War II, European leaders have made striving efforts to prevent such a catastrophic event from occurring on their continent again. The best solution seemed to be highly mechanized cooperation among the highest European powers to assure that future conflict, and perhaps war, could not arise between them. If all the states ran themselves in a manner cooperating with their neighbors, conflict could be avoided. To prevent other nations from not cooperating, treaties and i...
  • Treaty On The European Union
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    Is it both likely and desirable that the European Union will gradually evolve into a full supranational federal state In order to elaborate on the statement above, one has to become familiar with the process of European Integration; therefore I would first like to show a quick overview of the history of the EU. After the WWII it has become clear that the best possible way to reinstate Europe leading position in the global political and economic arena was through some form of mutual cooperation a...

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