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    has different meanings and connotations. Talking outside the ambit of social sciences, Europeanization refers to the growth of a European Continental Identity or polity over and above national identities and polities on the continent. Europeanization also refers to the process through which the European Union political and economic dynamics become part of the organizational logic of national politics and policy making. There is also another definition of Europeanization which is more popular in political science. The definition says Europeanization means “becoming more European like” i.e. the process in which a notionally non-European subject (be it a culture, a language, a city or nation) adopts a…

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    Economic integration consists of several stages. Stages in increasing integration includes independent economy, preferential trade area, free trade area, customs union, common market, monetary union, fiscal union and political union. One of the main reason why nations pursue in economic integration is that economic integration will effect in an increase of trade between members of the state. This will lead to an increase in productivity of the nations. United Kingdom (UK), also known as…

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    The Europeans are eager to tell people the incredible unity, as long as someone try crossing the line in Europe. Currently, people can move freely belong to EU countries where transit is not time-consuming. This of course is called excited passengers, but can only benefit them. Since EU citizens can now easily go to any member countries to study, work or business, the EU 's poorer regions there has been economic growth. Transit convenience is definitely a big change. But are so quick to…

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    presidential election. The European Union can be double edged sword for France since it has to deal with both domestic and the union’s problems at the same time. France is extremely focus on strategical measures to help the European Union but the presidential elections are in April, and public’s opinion could reflect the way in which they feel about staying in the European Union. Marine Le Pen has promised to have an in or out referendum with six months of her presidency, if she is elected as…

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    Europeanization refers to adoption and spreading of European cultures, ideas, policies and economies. It could also refer to the institutionalization of European symbols and icons. European identity formation and citizenship building are being attained through Europeanization. One issue related to this process is identifying whether there really is Europe. There is no document directly stating what Europe is and which states are parts of it. Not knowing the boundaries and not having a concrete…

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    To begin, we follow the teachings of an European political extremist by the name of Robert Marks. He is one to believe in the power and rule of the European state and is even more apt to defend the means of their triumphs. This academic has spread wide knowledge of the European’s influence on western culture and furthermore the world. Yet he is sparse to come to the conclusion of whether it was the culture that made them so powerful or their willingness to mend broken civilizations via their own…

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    An Analysis on the European Migrant/Refugee Crisis Amidst a migrant and refugee crisis the European Union and its Member States have not, in the view of the Medecine Sans Frontieres (MSF), met their respective promises of aiding the people most in need. As highlighted by the MSF rejecting E.U. funding and stating that they do so, “‘...in protest at their shameful deterrence policies and their intensification of efforts to push people back from European shores,’” (“Europe” 1). Many of the…

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    There are multiple reasons why the European Union benefits all Europeans. To start, traveling is much easier making more opportunities for jobs and education. In addition, several nations joined together improving the economy and eliminating conflicts. Finally, they have the same currency making business and purchasing things easier. To summarize Europeans do benefit from the European Union. Having open borders creates many opportunities for Europeans. To begin, traveling from country to…

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    In Europe's Promise, Steven Hill asserts that the European way is the best hope. He attempts to make the case the Europe is superior to the United States. One focus of the book is a vast array of services that are provided to Europeans at a low cost or even no cost. Another claim is that Europeans are healthier, their healthcare system is better, their diets are better. A third claim is that the European way for energy is superior. All of those claims are questionable. "Europeans on…

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    effective. To take a step further, I can also examine if ASEAN Economic Community can become the new Asian power bloc and create a single market and a highly competitive economic region. Moreover, this research has future implications for the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (ASEAN+6) and the US-led Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) since once these agreements are ratified, it will be significant to see their contribution to increasing trade volume and economic integration within ASEAN.…

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