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  United Nations Treaty Collection - Treaty Reference Guide
Treaties that are negotiated within an international organization will usually be adopted by a resolution of a representative organ of the organization whose membership more or less corresponds to the potential participation in the treaty in question.
Unless the treaty provides otherwise, the deposit of the instruments of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession establishes the consent of a state to be bound by the treaty.
In the case of bilateral treaties, ratification is usually accomplished by exchanging the requisite instruments, while in the case of multilateral treaties the usual procedure is for the depositary to collect the ratifications of all states, keeping all parties informed of the situation.
untreaty.un.org /English/guide.asp#glossary   (5386 words)

  
 Treaty of Rome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Treaty of Rome established the European Economic Community (EEC) and was signed by France, West Germany, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg (the latter three as part of the Benelux) on March 25, 1957.
Another treaty was signed the same day establishing the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom): both treaties in conjunction with the Treaty establishing the European Coal and Steel Community, which expired in 2002, have become known as the Treaties of Rome (plural).
Though the entry in force of the Treaty of Maastricht in 1993 was a further step in the direction of European integration, most decisions of the institutions of the Union are still taken on the legal basis of EC Treaty, which remains the main source of communitary legislation.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Treaty_of_Rome_(1957)   (441 words)

  
 The Treaty of Rome (1957) - The history of the European Union and European Citizenship
On 25th March 1957, two treaties were signed in Rome that gave birth to the European Economic Community (EEC) and to European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom): the Treaties of Rome.
The Treaty of Rome also established the prohibition of monopolies, some transport common policies, and the grant of some commercial privileges to the colonial territories of the member States.
The EEC from its birth was based on a series of institutions: the European Commission, the European Commission, the European Assembly, later known as European Parliament, the Court of Justice and the Economic and Social Committee, whose competences were enlarged and modified in the diverse agreements and treaties that succeeded the Treaty of Rome.
www.historiasiglo20.org /europe/traroma.htm   (1536 words)

  
 Rome Treaty of - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Rome, Treaty of, treaty signed on March 25, 1957, establishing the European Economic Community (EEC), also known as the Common Market, as an...
Rome, city, capital of Italy and of Latium Region and Rome Province, on the River Tiber, in the central part of the country near the Tyrrhenian Sea....
In the Treaty of Rome of 1957, the six states of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), namely France, (West) Germany, Italy, Belgium, the...
uk.encarta.msn.com /Rome_Treaty_of.html   (116 words)

  
 EU Facts: Treaty of Rome
Signed in 1957 by the Heads of Government of France, Belgium, Luxembourg, West Germany, the Netherlands and Italy, the treaty was the result of eleven years of attempts to reconstruct the European continent after World War II.
The negotiations that led to the Treaty of Rome began at Messina, Italy in 1955.
The Treaty of Rome was a ticket to greater economic growth because it started to break down the barriers to trade and investment that had existed in Europe since the 1930s.
www.civitas.org.uk /eufacts/FSTREAT/TR1.htm   (715 words)

  
 SCADPlus: Treaty establishing the European Economic Community, EEC Treaty - original text (non-consolidated version)
The EEC Treaty, signed in Rome in 1957, brings together France, Germany, Italy and the Benelux countries in a community whose aim is to achieve integration via trade with a view to economic expansion.
With the entry into force of the Merger Treaty in 1967, the Council and the Commission become institutions shared by the three Communities (ECSC, EEC and Euratom) and the principle of budgetary unity was imposed.
Treaty of accession of Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia (2003)
europa.eu /scadplus/treaties/eec_en.htm   (2277 words)

  
 TREATIES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
While the Treaty of Paris dealt with only two commodities, the Treaty of Rome broadened the scope of the Community and took charge of many additional areas.
This treaty meant that EU cooperation was revised in a number of fields, inter alia, the co-decision procedure, that is the method of decision giving the European Parliament the greatest influence, was to be applied to a broader field of decisions.
The Treaty of Nice is a necessary condition for new EU countries to be able to join the Union.
www.iol.ie /~whitehal/treaties.htm   (230 words)

  
 Capítulos 59: The Construction of Europe: An Assessment and Outlook
The Treaty of Rome led to the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), whose objective was to insure Europe’s self-sufficiency in foodstuffs and transform it into a world agricultural power.
Since the preamble of the Treaty of Rome established as a principle the need to struggle against different development levels, a real effort had to be made to integrate such countries.
Moreover, the Amsterdam Treaty introduced a flexibility clause that confirms the notion of variable geometry: if the majority cannot force a country to action, it is clear that one country alone cannot impede action by the majority.
www.sela.org /public_html/AA2K/EN/cap/N59/rcapin59-4.htm   (4302 words)

  
 EIPS - As Bush Wins, Blair Signs It Away
In a day full of symbolism glorifying ancient Rome and the papacy, the most blatant symbols were reserved for the ceremony in the Orazi e Curiazi.
This signing of the new EU constitution on Rome’s Capitoline Hill on 29th October, was a political farce.
Rome’s heart consists of Michelangelo’s Piazza del Campidoglio and Palazzo dei Conservatori, and its Sala degli Orazi e Curiazi (where the original Treaty of Rome was signed in 1957).
www.ianpaisley.org /article.asp?ArtKey=blairsigns   (822 words)

  
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It began with the Treaty of Rome in 1957 and reached its current status of economic and political integration with the Treaty on European Union (TEU or Maastricht Treaty) in 1993.
The Treaty also includes a declaration by EU countries which are members of the West European Union (WEU) that they agree on the need to strengthen the WEU and to develop a genuine European security and defence identity which is compatible with that of NATO.
An Amsterdam Treaty followed soon afterwards, further expanding the number of common policies and the powers of the European Parliament and placing the CFSP and justice and home affairs arrangements under the control of the EU’s institutions, with a five-year delay being instituted in decisions on a common immigration and asylum policy.
www.international-relations.com /wbeu/WBEU-Lec2-2003.doc   (4861 words)

  
 BMDF - Maastricht
It introduced the concept and structure of the Treaty on European Union and the criteria for the introduction of the Single Currency.
The BMDF produced a consolidation of the Treaty of Rome, the Single European Act and the Maastricht Treaty which together form the Treaty on European Union.
Where the original Treaties are modified, the unaltered text is shown in light type and the amendments and additions agreed at Maastricht are shown in bold.
www.bmdf.co.uk /bmdfmaastricht.html   (1151 words)

  
 South East Regional Authority - About Us Page
Treaty amending certain Budgetary Provision of the Treaties establishing the European Communities (and of the Merger Treaty) (Treaty of Luxembourg, 1970)
The Treaty also aims to facilitate decision-making in the Council by shifting the decision rule from unanimity to qualified majority.
The Treaty foresees a major reform of the Union's judicial system, and it improves the procedure to detect and address a serious breach of fundamental rights by a Member State.
www.sera.ie /European_treaties.htm   (406 words)

  
 EU Facts: EU Treaties
The EU is founded on a series of legal treaties between its member states.
The Treaty of Rome was the founding treaty of the European Economic Community, which later became the EU.
The Treaty of Amsterdam was largely an exercise in tying up the loose ends left over from the Maastricht Treaty.
www.civitas.org.uk /eufacts/OS/OS7.htm   (487 words)

  
 The Origins 1945-1957 - The history of the European Union and European Citizenship
From Schuman Declaration to the Treaty of Rome (1950-1957)
The Treaty of Paris was signed in April of 1951, establishing the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC).
The agreements they reached there meant a definitive step in the European construction: the 25th March 1957, the Six signed the Treaties of Rome, establishing the European Economic Community (EEC) and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom).
www.historiasiglo20.org /europe/anteceden2.htm   (1183 words)

  
 History of the euro   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Treaty of Rome (1957) declared a common European market as a European objective with the aim of increasing economic prosperity and contributing to "an ever closer union among the peoples of Europe".
The Single European Act (1986) and the Treaty on European Union (1992) have built on this, introducing Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) and laying the foundations for our single currency.
The third stage of EMU began on 1 January 1999, when the exchange rates of the participating currencies were irrevocably set.
www.euro.ecb.int /en/what/history.html   (207 words)

  
 EUHistory
It was established under the Treaty of Rome in 1957.
The conditions of admission and the adjustments to the Treaties on which teh Union is founded, whcih such admission entails, shall be the subject of an agreement between Member States and teh applicant State.
In 1993, the Maastricht Treaty forged all three communities into one organ under the aegis of the European Union (EU).
www.mtholyoke.edu /~dsfinkel/WorldPolitics/EUhistory.htm   (405 words)

  
 EUROPEAN UNION LEGAL SYSTEM
Concluded on the model of the ECSC Treaty but with a much broader range of objectives; the most important of the Treaties.
Amended and expanding the EEC Treaty and laid down new procedures for foreign policy cooperation.
Amended the Maastricht Treaty and the EEC Treaty; extended co-decision; added new provision on social policy; incorporated the Schengen Agreement into EEC Treaty; created "constructive abstension"; strengthened transparency.
web.gc.cuny.edu /Eusc/euinfo/legal.htm   (442 words)

  
 History of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article discusses the history of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe, which was signed in 2004 and is currently awaiting ratification by European Union member states.
For the first half-century of the history of the European Union, its constitutional law was the result of successive treaties, the most important among these being the Treaty of Rome (1957) and the Maastricht treaty (formally the Treaty on European Union, 1992).
The 2004 project of a Constitutional treaty is in large part a consolidation of these two documents, as modified by the more recent treaties of Amsterdam (1997) and Nice (2001).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/History_of_the_Treaty_establishing_a_Constitution_for_Europe   (1639 words)

  
 World History 1957- 1958
On March 25, the Rome Treaty was signed by France, West Germany, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
The treaty established the European Economic Community, otherwise known as the Common Market.
In late 1957, both the United States and the USSR successfully launched Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles.
www.multied.com /dates/1957.html   (752 words)

  
 Economic Landscapes Essay1
Economic Integration, the process through which countries of the EC grow closer together, has been a central aim of the EC since the signing of the Treaty of Rome in 1957.
Under the Treaty of Rome, the EC aimed to achieve a Common Market within 12 years.
Under the Treaty of Rome restrictive practices were banned.
grove.ship.edu /econ/trade/EU-Success.htm   (2044 words)

  
 Basic Research Sources on European Communities
The publications described are sources for treaties, secondary legislation, case law and current information.
The text of the Community treaties can also be found in Halsbury's Statutes of England, 4th Edition, 1986 (KD310.H3.H354 Volumes 51 and 52, 5th Floor Stacks); and in the Encyclopedia of European Community Law (KJE926.E52 Volume B, 5th Floor Stacks).
This looseleaf set includes the complete text and analysis of the Treaty of Rome; and an analysis of changes in law made under the 1992 initiative toward a Single European market.
www.lectlaw.com /files/lwr07.htm   (1702 words)

  
 EUROPEAN UNION
• The European Economic Community was established in 1957 with the Treaty of Rome.
• Further amendments were made by the Maastricht Treaty 1992 (also known as the Treaty of European Union, came into effect in 1993) and the Amsterdam treaty 1997.
In terms of Article 177 of the Treaty of Rome where a question of interpretation of EU law arises before a national court, it may refer the matter to the European Court of Justice for the preliminary ruling.
www.angelfire.com /ill/too-tired/STUFF/EUROPEANUNION.HTML   (812 words)

  
 Economic Integration
The Treaty of Paris established the ECSC (European Coal and Steel Community) in 1952 which created a common market for coal, steel and iron ore, covering France, Italy, West Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg.
The Treaty of Rome (1957) establishing the EEC was signed by the same countries and ratified.
The Treaty of Rome has become the model for a global movement toward economic integration.
www.econ.iastate.edu /classes/econ355/choi/int.htm   (4144 words)

  
 Definitions
This called for no more borders for anybody that belongs to the Treaty of Rome.
What this did was it created a more broader and deeper Europe and it resulted to a shift toward ?pooled sovereignty?.
Was the greates overhaul of the idea of the European Community since the Treaty of Rome.
www.providence.edu /polisci/students/euro/definitions.htm   (400 words)

  
 E-Diplomacy: European Foreign Relations
Established by the Treaty of Rome in 1957, the European Community continues to gain momentum.
These developments though, have raised question concerning the role of NATO (North American Treaty Organization) within the European Union, and the role of the United States in the defense of the continent no longer haunted by the specter of a communist invasion.
The development of the missile system, in conjunction with the failure of the Senate to ratify a key nuclear arms control agreement in 1998, has caused Europeans to begin to doubt the resolve of the United States to nuclear arms control, a conorstone of U.S. foreign policy.
library.thinkquest.org /C004488/EA.html   (411 words)

  
 UWE Library Services: European Union Facts and Figures
Following the Schumann declaration (1950) the European Economic Community (EEC) or Common Market,of six nations was established by the Treaty of Rome in 1957.
Since this time, the number of member states has increased to fifteen, and successive treaties have gradually strengthened the degree of co-operation between the member states.
The European Union in its current form was established by the 1993 Maastricht Treaty.
www.uwe.ac.uk /library/resources/eur/factsfigs/desc.htm   (204 words)

  
 Global Economy: Glossary of European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) terms - Expand Your Insight - FRB Dallas
The EC became the European Union when the Maastricht Treaty took effect on November 1, 1993.
Maastricht Treaty: More formally, the Treaty on European Union; signed in 1992 by the EU heads of state, it established the framework for economic and monetary union in Europe.
Statute of the European System of Central Banks and of the European Central Bank: The statute, appended to the Maastricht Treaty, detailing the structures and mandates of the ESCB and the ECB.
www.dallasfed.org /eyi/global/9902glossary.html   (472 words)

  
 The Treaties of Rome
Following the success of the ESCC (and the failure of the European Defence Community), these two communities initiated the organization of the economic and atomic energy areas.
The Treaty of the European Economic Community (EEC) and Treaty of the European Atomic Energy Community (EAEC) were both signed on 25 March 1957 and came into force on 1 January 1958.
Treaty Establishing the European Economic Community (PDF) - signed 25/3/1957
www.unizar.es /euroconstitucion/Treaties/Treaty_Rome.htm   (89 words)

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