The Europeans

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  • European Religion

    Historically, religion has played a pivotal role in the development of European Democracy; however, there has always been a conscious effort towards a secular state. Recently religion has become a more salient issue with an increase in the Muslim population, but there remains a perception that religion experiences a decline in importance. Although religious influence might not be explicit, many Europeans still identify with a certain religion and the church still plays a role in policy making, albeit a less obvious role. For many, a Christian identity has become more valuable, and this potentially stems from the appearance of more and more Muslim immigrants. The church and the state still have a close relationship, and each institution’s varied…

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  • European Culture

    The Culture of Food in the United States and in Europe According to the Fast Food Industry Profile: Europe published in 2012 : « The European fast food market has experienced moderate, consistent growth in recent years. This moderate growth is predicted to continue to the end of the forecast period.” This statement obviously implies that European countries have somehow taken more and more examples on the American ways of living, where fast foods and eating habits would be included in these…

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  • Consequences Of European Unity

    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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  • Europeanization And European Identity

    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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  • Staying In The European Union

    A British exit from the European Union may be on the horizon, however it will be a very difficult choice for Prime Minister David Cameron. A British exit has it’s pros and cons and if Britain 's choses to stay or leave the European Union will have the country divided, it seems as if staying in the European Union would be the smarter choice for many reasons. Staying in the European Union may have some financial benefits, but the overall freedom and happiness of the the British population will…

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  • European Crisis Essay

    The European crisis has affected numerous individuals over the years, and still continues to affect several of them. As stated in the article “Why did the Crisis happen?” It all began “When a slowdown in the US economy caused over-extended American homeowners to default on their mortgages, banks all over the world with investments linked to those mortgages started losing money.” (2014) Our fourth largest bank in America collapsed, and other banks feared the same would happen to them. As a…

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  • The European Refugee Crisis

    This year alone Europe has had over 300,000 refugees seeking asylum. A refugee is a person that had been forced to escape their country in order to get away from war, persecution, or natural disaster. Europe is currently facing an extreme influx of refugees unseen since World War 2. During, World War 2 many people needed to escape from the damages that the Holocaust had caused, Europe had an abundance of displaced people. With diverse problems in Syria, many people need to escape the…

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  • European Imperialism In Morocco

    Morocco seems to draw the portrait of its relations with the European Union and Sub-Saharan African countries including the African Union over the Western Sahara issue. Accordingly, the Moroccanism component of the postcolonial Moroccan national identity is preferred to Europeanism and Africanism when it comes to the Western Sahara issue. But a more important point is that Moroccanism was a strong component not only for Western Sahara but even after the postcolonial period. In an article,…

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  • Migration In The European Union

    In 2014, the number of Middle-Eastern and North African migrants that reached European soil via the Mediterranean Sea was 182,156 (Guerin). This migration to Europe has risen to a much talked about issue in the European Union (EU). The drowning migrants are victims of persecution and political unrest (Squires). Though the voyage to Europe is extremely life threatening, the migrants rush to the continent in search for safety and opportunities. However, the EU is not fully upholding its social…

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  • Trust The European Union

    main characteristics of the development of international relations is trust. In essence the fact that a state can rely on the other to develop different aspects, either, social, economic, energetic or military, speaks out loud about the role of trust on relations. The whole European Union is a series of mechanisms based on trust among the states. Essentially speaking a country have become a trusted member of the European Union when it has upheld the basic principles of democracy, and human…

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