Citizenship of the European Union

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    or a federation and it is difficult to classify. So are the questions whether the Union has attributes of each, and if yes, what are them. The democracy, in the modern times, is a fundamental part of the state functioning and is necessary for the public to involve themselves in the political decision-making. As EU is not a state nor has it a definable demos, can it be measured against other existing forms of "Liberal Democracies"?1. There is an assured sense of EU 's remoteness from the private lives in this question. But on the contrary, EU is heavily active in the daily-life of its citizens and on their…

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    Britain has been a longtime member of the European Union, and it’s hard to imagine the European Union without them, as Britain has been a member ever since 1973, although from time to time they considered and tried to leave the union. Brexit is Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. However, the official action of withdrawing happens when Article 50 is activated (and it hasn’t…

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    How do you identify yourself when you meet someone? After introducing yourself by name, do you continue by saying where you are from? For example, in a Vancouver context, would you say that you are from Canada or the Pacific Northwest? This paper investigates the degree of global politics influenced by regional institutions more than national alliances and entities. This paper will argue that to a large extent the world is transitioning from a nation based world to a regional world using three…

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    Neo functionalism is linked with the governmental and monetary goals and also assimilation tactics of the founders of European coal and steel community. Back then one of the founders named jean Monnet believed that in achieving integration in one segment of common procedure among independent states will ultimately lead to a spill over in other policy areas. Neo functionalism was used to expound the ways of the process of integration in Europe. One of the main focuses was to create a political…

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    The European Union is one of the more perplexing creations that emerged from the aftermath of World War II. This is due to the fact that the EU developed as the natural result of an economic project rather than from deliberate intent to construct a “United States of Europe.” European leaders were focused on establishing the euro system, which was a “generations-long effort to bring peace, democracy and shared prosperity to a once and frequently war-torn continent…[an integrated economy] would…

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    D2 – Evaluate the Impact of European Law on English Law The EU has a big effect on the law in the UK as all laws that are passed must comply with EU laws and regulations. If it doesn’t then the UK will be fined and anyone affected by this law will be able to take the UK to the European Court of Justice. Before we are able to understand the effect the laws made by the EU have on the law in the UK, we must understand what the European Union is, what it consists of and how it delivers its laws. The…

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    The public’s increasing concern for social issues, such as sustainability, has resulted in the adoption of corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategies by companies worldwide. CSR has become an integral part of today’s business environment. Despite the growing trend towards the implementation of CSR, the United States seems to be lagging behind other countries, such as the United Kingdom and those in the European Union, in the depth and impact of their CSR commitments and actions. This gap…

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    Internacional union The euro it is not adopted by all the EU nations. There are 19 of the European Union’s member state, which together make up the Euro area. The introduction of the euro wasn’t long ago. In 1999 the euro was a big step in the integration (Ec.eruopa.eu). The EU members’ goal was to improve their economic and internal market with a single currency. They believe a single currency is more efficient and increase price transparency, eliminating currency exchanges costs,…

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    Why do politicians break their promises on migration? Since 1994 immigration control has risen to the centre of electoral campaigns across European countries, giving salience to the growing discontinuity between public opinion and policy (Lahav and Guiraudon: 2006). I propose a research project which combines theoretical and methodological approaches to research, integrating qualitative data to build a stronger understanding of why politicians break their promises on migration. The gap between…

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    S. S., & Eliassen, K. A. (Eds.). (1996). The European Union: how democratic is it? London: SAGE. • Bellamy, R., & Castiglione, D. (2000). The uses of democracy: reflections on the European democratic deficit. In E. O. Eriksen, & J. E. Fossum (Eds.), Democracy in the European Union: Integration through deliberation? (pp. 65-84). London: Routledge. • Chryssochoou, D. N. (2000). Democracy in the European Union. London: I.B. Tauris. • Crombez, C. (2003). The democratic deficit in the…

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