Perspectives of eu-cis economic relationsPerspectives of eu-cis economic relations
Eu and cis countries in the spheres of trade, investment, labor movement, technical cooperation, and influence of the Union’s economic and institutional model on the course of cis economic reforms and institutional modernization
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Preserving Influence in a Changing World: Russia’s Grand StrategyPreserving Influence in a Changing World: Russia’s Grand Strategy
Russia has been creating flexible international coalitions in order to achieve its central objective of becoming an independent center of power and influence
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Harvard Law School Jean Monnet ChairHarvard Law School Jean Monnet Chair
European institutions and the nation-states. Thus, he distances himself from the concept of a European super-state transcending and replacing the national democracies
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Harvard Law School Jean Monnet ChairHarvard Law School Jean Monnet Chair
Humboldt University, several heads of state and Prime ministers have outlined their views on the future architecture of Europe, while their representatives were struggling on a draft charter of fundamental rights
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Unilateral Foreign Policy Capacities and State Preferences on cfsp rationalism´s Contribution to Explaining German, French and British Policies Towards cfspUnilateral Foreign Policy Capacities and State Preferences on cfsp rationalism´s Contribution to Explaining German, French and British Policies Towards cfsp
It is therefore surprising that only little scholarly work has so far been dedicated to analyzing member states' policies towards European Political Cooperation (epc) and Common Foreign and Security Policy (cfsp) respectively
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Refugees, asylum seekers, and internally displaced personsRefugees, asylum seekers, and internally displaced persons
This report reviews human rights practices in seventy countries and describes events from November 1999 through October 2000
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Addressing threats: European foreign policy toward the Middle East since the essAddressing threats: European foreign policy toward the Middle East since the ess
Union has failed to devise coherent strategies in these policy areas, due to the difficulty of reaching a sufficient degree of understanding with member states over the long-term strategies to deploy in the area
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Politics Political Structures: Tutor Support PackPolitics Political Structures: Tutor Support Pack
Summary of the political structures of Scotland, the uk and the European Union 89
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The European Parliament and the Mediterranean in the Age of Global GovernanceThe European Parliament and the Mediterranean in the Age of Global Governance
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The Jean Monnet ProgramThe Jean Monnet Program
Director of the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law
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Human Rights Watch World Report 2001Human Rights Watch World Report 2001
This report reviews human rights practices in seventy countries and describes events from November 1999 through October 2000
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The prohibition on eugenics and reproductive autonomyThe prohibition on eugenics and reproductive autonomy
This is, in part, because of the secrecy and anonymity that surrounds them. The fact that individuals using these services may become unwittingly or negligently involved in eugenic programs makes this possibility no less offensive and even
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The European Union’s response to 11 September 2001: Bases for action, performance and limitsThe European Union’s response to 11 September 2001: Bases for action, performance and limits
European Security and Defence Policy" (esdp) – and in the internal security area – through the introduction of eu justice and home affairs policies, ultimately taking the form of the eu's "Area of freedom, security and justice"
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Moscow’s Soft Power StrategyMoscow’s Soft Power Strategy
Moscow continue to explain its objectives and the means of achieving them. With a clear vision and a confident moral authority, Russia is less likely to rely on coercion and tough talk in defending its interests abroad
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Plan b: How to rescue the European Constitution Andrew DuffPlan b: How to rescue the European Constitution Andrew Duff
European Union to meet the demands of the 21st Century and the aspirations of a large majority of its citizens. Without the constitution, Europe will lack internal cohesion and external strength, and the Union’s development into a mature
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