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The Jean Monnet ProgramThe Jean Monnet Program
It concludes by arguing that the lack of “government” at the eu level needs to be taken very seriously by the Commission as it examines its future role in a Europe in which national capitals and national diversity are going to influence what “governance” can
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A brief history of the european unionA brief history of the european union
Europe.” In particular, the treaty proclaimed that Europe’s national currencies would fuse into a single European money—the “euro”—in 1999. “Economic and Monetary Union” (emu)
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Western Civilization Cultural Diffusion TimelineWestern Civilization Cultural Diffusion Timeline
The city-state of Athens introduced democracy which laid to the foundation for Europe’s government and culture
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The precautionary principle in actionThe precautionary principle in action
When an activity raises threats of harm to human health or the environment, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause-and-effect relationships are not fully established scientifically from the January 1998 Wingspread Statement on the
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Ryan Tepperman August 4, 2005Ryan Tepperman August 4, 2005
Eu have voted against a new constitution. The answer can be found in looking at the various cultural and economic beliefs of the two countries, and also by looking at the beliefs of the uk and Germany, the other two major powers in Europe
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A core, Avant-garde or Centre of Gravity and other ideas to enhance European Union IntegrationA core, Avant-garde or Centre of Gravity and other ideas to enhance European Union Integration
No Member State can be forced to go further than it is able or willing to go, but that those who do not want to go any further shall not prevent others from doing so”
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The Eurozone Crisis: a constitutional AnalysisThe Eurozone Crisis: a constitutional Analysis
The Maastricht principles of the European economic constitution are teetering, with implications reaching out beyond the economic dimension and extending to the national level, too
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Op-Ed Contributor Europe After the Crisis By andrew moravcsik published: April 22, 2012Op-Ed Contributor Europe After the Crisis By andrew moravcsik published: April 22, 2012
Europe would adopt German economic standards — lower price inflation and wage growth, more saving and less spending — and Germany would become a little more like them, by accepting more government and private spending
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The Jean Monnet Program Professor J. H. H. WeilerThe Jean Monnet Program Professor J. H. H. Weiler
Director of the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law
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Eu financial Market Supervision Revisited: The European Securities RegulatorEu financial Market Supervision Revisited: The European Securities Regulator
Single Financial Market. The aim of this paper is to contribute to this debate by critically assessing the current regulatory and supervisory regime in eu financial services with a view to drawing policy lessons and recommendations on more effective and
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The European Union for Americans Chapter 1: What is the European Union?The European Union for Americans Chapter 1: What is the European Union?
Europe would be unthinkable. While the eu has evolved common policies in a number of other sectors since then, the fundamental goal of the Union remains the same: to create an ever closer union among the peoples of Europe
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Ap european History Exam, Unit 13Ap european History Exam, Unit 13
Which of the following is not typical of social conditions as they have evolved in twentieth-century Western Europe?
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European debt crisisEuropean debt crisis
LO1: Understand that the creation of the euro integrated monetary policy across member nations without effective integrating fiscal policies
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America and Europe’s perspective on power are divergingAmerica and Europe’s perspective on power are diverging
Europe has found a new way of preserving peace in international relations. It has stepped out of the Hobbesian world of anarchy into the Kantian world of perpetual peace
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The Use of the Precautionary Principle in wto law and ec law Ilona Cheyne Newcastle Law SchoolThe Use of the Precautionary Principle in wto law and ec law Ilona Cheyne Newcastle Law School
The purpose of this paper is to consider how that convergence could have come about notwithstanding the very different starting points in each regime, and to consider the implications for the future
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