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  • History- History of the European Union Institutions- Institutions of the European Union European Integration Theory- Neo-Functionalism & Intergovernmentalism
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  • The European Union (EU) is a union of 28 member countries, started in 1957 as the European Economic Community (EEC). Ōuzhōu Liánméng (EU) shì 28 ge chéngyuán-guó'd
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  • The European Union has created seven main institutions: Institutions of the European Union Consolidated version of the Treaty on European Union/Title
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  • Bulgarian (category Languages of Europe)
    Republic of Bulgaria. Bulgarian became an official language of the European Union in 2007 when Bulgaria joined the EU. The code for the Bulgarian language
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  • Future perfect, demonstrative pronouns, If... Vocabulary · News, the European Union, social problems, government, politics Review · Exercises · Test Lessons
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  • Catherine Ray is the Spokesperson for Europe Aid. Interview on Youtube ⇒ playlist Catherine Ray Spokesperson for EuropeAid Brussels, Belgium July 2011 Brussels
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  • The European Union is unique among international organisations in having a complex and highly developed system of internal law which has direct effect
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  • and Business Centre Damascus, Syria, November 2010 Co-financed by the European Union In Syria now, it is a time of division, violence and suffering.
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  • treaty of the European Union is, in fact, based on the principle of "subsidiarity"; and in International Cooperation, the European Union promotes decentralization
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  • Portuguese (category Languages of Europe/all books)
    language) CPLP (CPLP) Mercosul (Mercosur) União Africana (African Union) União Europeia (European Union) União de Nações Sul-Americanas (UNASUR)
    3 KB (9 words) - 03:50, 19 July 2014
  • of Housing, Regional Development and the Environment (VROM) and the European Union (EU-DG SANCO XXIV). Fish used in this project were originally obtained
    2 KB (199 words) - 11:32, 11 May 2011
  • For example, the European Union sets a minimum of 37.5% alcohol by volume. Although vodka is generally drunk neat in its Eastern European and Scandinavian
    2 KB (215 words) - 20:35, 20 August 2011
  • "regional and Local Authority (RLA). In the communique of the European Union, "Local authorities: Actors for development" the term "Local Authority"
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  • Future perfect, demonstrative pronouns, If... Vocabulary · News, the European Union, social problems, government, politics Review · Exercises · Test
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  • being and naming at least ten strange forms of money used in place of coins or currency. European Central Bank Euro coins Euro banknotes
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  • Europe enters a new era, with two world wars still residing in the collective memory, peace and prosperity seems likely to continue. The Soviet Union
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  • the interoperability of the e-Government services of the European Union member states. European Computer Manufacturers Association International ECMA International
    6 KB (913 words) - 16:59, 14 September 2006
  • and Business Centre Damascus, Syria, March 2011 Co-financed by the European Union In Syria now, it is a time of division, violence and suffering.
    5 KB (765 words) - 13:31, 19 April 2014
  • Cline Bay, Freetown, Sierra Leone, December 2010 Co-financed by the European Union Since the end of Sierra Leone’s civil war in 2002, the country
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  • A Survey of Modern European History
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