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  European Union - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The European Union or the EU is an intergovernmental and supranational union of 25 European countries, known as member states.
Supporters of the European Union argue that the growth of the EU is a force for peace and democracy.
The European Communities are one of the three pillars of the European Union, being both the most important pillar and the only one to operate primarily through supranational institutions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/European_Union   (5266 words)

 European Union article - European Union other official names Detail Motto English European symbols ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The European Union or EU is an international organisation of 25 European states, established by the Treaty on European Union (the Maastricht treaty).
Agreement on a final draft of the European constitution was reached on the 18 June 2004 at an Intergovernmental Conference in Brussels and now awaits ratification by the EU member states.
The term European Community (or Communities) was used for the group of members prior to the establishment of the European Union.
www.what-means.com /encyclopedia/European_Union   (3179 words)

 eu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The European Union or EU is an international organisation of European states, established by the Treaty on European Union (the Maastricht treaty).
Major issues concerning the European Union at the moment include its enlargement south and east (see below), the European constitution proposed by the Convention, the Union's relationship with the United States of America and participation in the Euro by those member states currently outside the Eurozone.
The original impetus for the founding of (what was later to become) the European Union was the desire to rebuild Europe after the disastrous events of World War II, and to prevent Europe from ever again falling victim to the scourge of war.
www.yourencyclopedia.net /EU.html   (2042 words)

 Encyclopedia: European flag   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Although the flag is most commonly associated with the European Union (EU), it was initially used by the Council of Europe (COE), and intended to represent Europe as a whole as opposed to any particular organization such as the EU or the COE.
The flag was originally adopted by the Council of Europe on December 8, 1955, from a suggested design by the Chief Herald of Ireland Mr Gerard Slevin, born in Cork City.
The European Union, which was established by the Maastricht Treaty in 1992 to replace the EC and encompass its functions, also adopted the flag.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/European-flag   (1356 words)

 Delpech: March 2001, Pugwash Occasional Papers
American and European forces, acting together repeatedly since 1990, are coming to view theater missile defences (TMD) as an essential component of their force structures, which is why most Europeans are more open-minded about TMD than about NMD.
If the Europeans stick to their position that there is no real threat, that missile defence will not work and that it is too expensive, they could well find themselves in a world in which the US has deployed a defence against a limited nuclear missile threat but Europe remains vulnerable.
In the diplomatic sphere, the best policy for the Europeans in the coming months is to encourage both the United States and Russia to enter into a negotiating process on the issue of missile defences.
www.pugwash.org /reports/nw/op2_2/opv2n2_5.htm   (2397 words)

 European symbols - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The European anthem is based on the final movement of Beethoven's ninth symphony, which contains the lyrics of Friedrich Schiller's ode, An die Freude (Ode to Joy).
It is also similar to e pluribus unum (Latin for "out of many, one"), one of the mottos of the United States of America.
Draft European constitution, 18 July 2003, Article IV-1, The symbols of the Union.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/European_symbols   (774 words)

 Learn more about European Union in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The European Union is the most powerful regional organisation in existence, in some ways it resembling a state.
Extension of the EU The total area of the European Union is 3,235,000 km².
The EU, considered as a unit, has the second largest economy in the world, with a 2002 GDP of 8,447 billion euro, second only to that of the United States (9,239 billion euro, 2002 equivalent).
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /e/eu/european_union.html   (2256 words)

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The Clubs motto shall be “In varietate Concordia”, according to the European Union's motto “Unity in Diversity.” Article 1 The European Club (EC), is an organization in which every Tufts student can participate.
All of the European Club's activities shall be open to all members of the Tufts community, but for some events the Club reserves the right to sponsor gatherings reserved to its members.
Article 4 The officers of the European Club shall be the President, the Vice-President, the Treasurer and the Secretary.
ase.tufts.edu /tcuj/pdfconstitutions/European-Club-Constitution.doc   (603 words)

 Wikinfo | European Union
The European Union is the most powerful international organisation so far in history, in some ways resembling a state; some legal scholars believe that it should not be considered as an international organisation at all, but rather as a sui generis entity.
Major issues concerning the European Union at the moment are its projected enlargement (see below), the Convention regarding a proposed European constitution, the Union's relationship with the United States of America, as well as British participation in the euro.
The European Commission's Strategic Report of October 9, 2002 recommended 10 candidate members for inclusion in the EU in 2004: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Malta and Cyprus.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=EU   (2325 words)

The leading motto for European journalists became "The devil is in the details." Reporters didn't pick out isolated elements to portray as models of social policy but instead scrutinized the whole picture of American social policy, and this became the focus of comparative coverage.
First, Europeans appear to be drawn to the "behavioral approach" of this new generation of U.S. social policies that are the centerpiece of Clinton's welfare initiative.
And in these smaller European countries there are plenty of other stories to be found, such as ones about their remarkable success in job creation, reduction of welfare dependency, and empowerment of weaker segments of the population.
www.nieman.harvard.edu /reports/99-2NRsummer99/Gehlen.html   (1564 words)

 EU news: An Independent View from European Voice   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
EUROPEAN Voice editor Jacki Davis has won an award in recognition of the quality of the newspaper's coverage of EU affairs.
EUROPEAN Commission officials are pressing ahead with work on fresh guidelines designed to clamp down on state aids to rescue ailing companies, despite the freeze on policy initiatives until a new team of Commissioners takes office.
Journalists attending European summits are used to being left in the dark, but the Germans made doubly sure of this in Berlin last week.
www.european-voice.com /archive/issue.asp?id=162   (1560 words)

 BMW South Africa
The result of the crash test was four stars and hence the maximum number of points for the BMW 5 Series; the Audi A6 and the Mercedes E Class, on the other hand, were awarded only three stars.
Euro NCAP stands for European New Car Assessment Programme and is a joint venture of the European Commission, the consumer protection associations, and European automobile clubs with the target of unifying the diverse European crash test standards.
On the basis of this motto, diverse European countries have been crashing cars and investigating the protection they offer to their occupants.
www.bmw.co.za /Info/News/archive/crash-tests.htm   (900 words)

 Info Relays - Volume 22   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The main task of the current IGC is to consider the draft European Constitution that was adopted by the European Convention on 10 July 2003.
The European Parliament presents a similar view in its Opinion on the draft Constitution, it endorses the results of the Convention and urges the IGC to avoid re-negotiating the fundamental decisions of the Convention.
The European integration process was a reaction to the Second World War and defence integration was to be at the core of it.
www.tecis.be /newsletter_preview_en.asp?id=34   (4902 words)

The european Union will be consed of how many members states after the elargment on may 2004
The European Parliament is to day made of 626 members.
European Union represents to day 377 millions of inhabitants.
www.robert-schuman.org /gb/quiz/default2an.htm   (141 words)

The "Motto for Europe" competition, launched on 31 March 1999 in Brussels by Ouest-France and the Mémorial de Caen in conjunction with 40 major European newspapers and open to secondary-school classes, will give young Europeans aged 11—19 the opportunity to devise a new motto for the European Union.
The winning motto will be announced by the European Parliament on 9 May 2000, the anniversary of Robert Schuman's text founding the European Community.
The annual survey conducted by the European Telecommunications Satellite Organization on the number of homes in Europe, North Africa and large parts of the Middle East that receive satellite television via a direct-to-home antenna or a local cable network shows spectacular growth in 1999 to 107 million households (from 95 million in 1998).
www.itu.int /itunews/issue/1999/10/news.html   (3244 words)

Each article was framed with the logos of Spring of Europe, the European Constitution, European Schoolnet and the 1st Vocational School of Volos.
The selection of colored papers was based on the European motto: “United in Diversity”.
Besides, the students of the Economy and Administration Department of the school had the opportunity to participate in an original lesson that refer to subjects relevant to the lessons included in their syllabus.
futurum2005.eun.org /ww/en/pub/futurum2005/misc/country.cfm?eid=1161&fuseaction=getDetail   (209 words)

 EAPS epc 1999
EPC99 was jointly organized by EAPS and the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), in collaboration with the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI), Statistics Netherlands and the Netherlands Demographic Society.
EPC99 focused on comparative population issues and traced the degree of homogeneity or heterogeneity of European populations under the general motto "European populations on the treshold of the new millennium: unity in diversity".
Dirk van de Kaa, Henri Leridon, Guiseppe Gesano and Marek Okólski (1999), European populations: unity in diversity.
www.eaps.nl /activities/epcprev/1999.html   (168 words)

 Nepali Times | Issue 246 | 9 May 2005 - Europe Day | Celebration of European integration   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The continuous expansion and evolution of the European Union is a testimony of the success story of bringing lasting peace to European nations and people and more recently to a break down of long-standing dividing lines in Europe.
The EU and its institutions have a common flag that is used inside and outside Europe as a symbol of European Unity—the flag is blue with a circle of 12 yellow stars.
The three core European Union institutions are the Council of the European Union, the European Parliament and the European Commission.
www.nepalitimes.com /issue246/europe_day.htm   (1295 words)

 European Union - InfoSearchPoint.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The European Union is the most powerful international organisation so far in history.
Extension of the EU The total area of the European Union is 3,235,000 km².
European Union Law, United States of Europe, European flag, List of Europeans, Trade bloc, History of the European Union, Enlargement of the European Union, Holy Roman Empire, Value-added tax
www.infosearchpoint.com /display/European_Union   (2276 words)

 MILS: News from the FYROM, 97-07-18
The decision of the European Commission is only in relation to the states who have the accompanying status, which some of these have gained for political reasons and in a period when no severe criteria existed, underlined the Macedonian Diplomacy Chief, Blagoj Handziski.
The European Agenda 2000 is giving a green light on commencement of EU entrance negotiations to Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovenia and Estonia and a yellow light to Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, Lithuania and Latvia does not even Mention Macedonia.
The first and simplest answer as given by the European spokespersons explains that the state is not a signatory of the European Treaty, which automatically means that it is not a candidate for EU membership.
www.hri.org /news/balkans/mils/1997/97-07-18.mils.html   (3188 words)

 ipedia.com: European symbols Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Due to the large number of languages used in the European Union, the anthem is purely instrumental and has no lyrics.
The euro (EUR or €) is the currency of twelve of the twenty-five nations that form the European Union, as well as some countries outside of it.
All euro coins have a common side showing the worth and a national side showing an image particular to the country in which a given coin was issued.
www.ipedia.com /european_symbols.html   (821 words)

 Why American Integration Lags Behind Europe, IRED
The European community of 12 became Union of 15 and the next year will be extended to 10 new members.
This European process of integration continued in the last 15 years no matter how well or bad the continental economy was performing.
The European motto then was "to keep the Russians out and the Germans down", so everything was made in order to tie-up the Germans with as many as possible supranational institutions (European Commission, European Parliament, European Council, and common currency).
www.ired.com /news/mkt/americas.htm   (1167 words)

 Telegraph | News | Ode to Joy heralds EU's final draft text
The weighty text creates an elected European president, an EU foreign minister, and an EU justice department.
It gives EU law primacy over that of member states and incorporates the Charter of Fundamental Rights as a legally binding text, giving the European Court power to decide on social and economic rights.
The new anthem is Beethoven's Ode to Joy; the flag is the existing dark blue with 12 yellow stars in a circle; the motto is "United in Diversity".
news.telegraph.co.uk /news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2003/07/11/wgisc11.xml&sSheet=/news/2003/07/11/ixworld.html/news/2003/07/11/wgisc11.xml   (355 words)

 All About Latvia: Nationalism in Latvia within EU
The Union is based on the general priciple that have been entered into the proposed Constitution of the European Union as its motto: unity in diversity.
Countries are united in their diversity under the helm of being European first and foremost, and the national on the second terms.
The latter is becoming a European motto in the EU Constitution draft.
www.allaboutlatvia.com /article/195/nationalism-in-latvia-within-eu   (1400 words)

 European American Issues Forum
Furthermore, we find many officials who are voted in or appointed that are promoting a multi-cultural industrial complex system that operates with the motto that, "European-Americans need not apply to the Inclusive 21st Century."
The European/American Issues Forum is a civil-rights organization made up of volunteers dedicated to promoting and preserving the civil rights of all European Americans and to honor our heritage through education, celebration, recognition and legislation.
Or, express your opinion in a letter to the President of EAIF European American Issues Forum design and maintenance are donated courtesy of the web developer.
www.eaif.org /bottomframe.htm   (224 words)

 Social Work 6/2002
This year it was celebrated on the 8th time in a row and it marked the beginning of the European Year of Disabled People.
In the Madrid declaration, proclaimed in March 2002 by the European Congress of People with Disabilities, countries in the European Union are called to take steps that disabled people would not be seen as people needing charity, but as equal members of society who have control of their lives.
Each year up to 500 000 women of 18 –25 are trafficked as prostitutes to the countries of European Union.
www.sm.ee /www/gpweb_eng_txt.nsf/pages/goproweb0605   (478 words)

 Huw Pill HBS teaching   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
"Paradigm uncertainty and the role of monetary developments in monetary policy rules" (with Dieter Gerdesmeier and Roberto Motto, European Central Bank); paper presented at the ECB workshop on monetary policy rules, 11-12 March 2002.
The countries of Central and Eastern Europe which have applied to join the European Union have committed to adopt the euro as their currency.
These articles are likely to be of interest to students of European monetary policy.
www.people.hbs.edu /hpill/policy.html   (465 words)

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