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EUROPEAN UNION
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE
EUROPEAN COMMUNITY
CENELEC
COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
ENLARGEMENT OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
EU ENERGY LABEL
EUROPEAN UNION MEMBER STATES
EUROPHILE
EUROREALISM
EUROSCEPTICISM
TRANSATLANTIC RELATIONS
CITIZENSHIP OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
COMMISSION
COMMISSIONERS
COMMON AGRICULTURAL POLICY
COMMON FISHERIES POLICY
COOPERATION PROCEDURE
COSAC
ECONOMY OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
EUROBAROMETER
EURODICAUTOM
EUROPA
EUROPEAN COMMISSION
UNITED STATES OF EUROPE
TRANS-EUROPEAN NETWORKS
THREE PILLARS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
SUPRANATIONALISM
SINGLE EUROPEAN SKY
PRO-EUROPEAN
EUROSTAT
EUROPEAN OMBUDSMAN
EUROPEAN FEDERATION
EUROPEAN UNION LEGISLATIVE PROCEDURE
EUROPEAN HEALTH INSURANCE CARD
COURT OF AUDITORS
COTONOU AGREEMENT
ACCESSION OF ROMANIA TO THE EUROPEAN UNION
AMENDMENTS
ATOMIC ENERGY COMMUNITY
BANK
CEN
CITIZENS FOR EUROPE
CODECISION PROCEDURE
COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS
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European Union

  1. European Union is an economic, politics and social union. (Web site)
  2. The European Union is a democracy governed by the rule of law. (Web site)
  3. The European Union is a densely populated, culturally diverse union of 25 member states, constantly expanding and developing.
  4. The European Union is a densely populated, culturally diverse union of 27 member states.
  5. The European Union is a geo-political entity covering a large portion of the European continent.

European Parliament

  1. European Parliament is the expression of the democratic will of the Union's 374 million citizens.
  2. The European Parliament is a directly elected body which has legislative, budgetary and supervisory power. (Web site)
  3. The European Parliament is a key player in the Period of Reflection.
  4. The European Parliament is based in Strasbourg, but its committees meet in Brussels and staff have offices in Brussels and Luxembourg. (Web site)
  5. The European Parliament is one of the two branches with budgetary authority – the Council is the other. (Web site)

European Court of Justice

  1. European Court of Justice - The ECJ, located in Luxembourg, was established in 1958 to support interpretation and application of European Community law.
  2. The European Court of Justice is a controversial institution.
  3. The European Court of Justice is a different body.
  4. The European Court of Justice is one of several European Union institutions and agencies to have been established in Luxembourg City since 1945. (Web site)

European Community

  1. European Community: the building of a union. (Web site)
  2. The European Community Is the present name for what was originally called the 'European Economic Community' (EEC): see below.
  3. The European Community is one of the three "pillars" of the European Union, and the most important, being the only one with formal institutions. (Web site)
  4. The European Community is one of two international organisations these states are members of -- the other is the European Atomic Energy Community ( Euratom).
  5. The European Community is the most notable example of a common market.

Cenelec

  1. CENELEC is a European (not European Union!) standardization organisation.
  2. CENELEC is a acronym that can contains many meanings which are listed below.
  3. CENELEC is a non-profit international organization under Belgian law.
  4. CENELEC is a non-profit organization under Belgian law, based in Brussels . (Web site)
  5. CENELEC is a non-profit technical organization set up under Belgian law and composed of the National Electrotechnical Committees of 28 European countries.

Council of The European Union

  1. Council of the European Union - The Council is the main decision-making body of the European Union.
  2. Council of the European Union is usually known as the Council of Ministers, and has no equivalent anywhere in the world. (Web site)
  3. The Council of the European Union is a Community institution exercising the powers conferred upon it by the Treaties.
  4. The Council of the European Union is one of the two legislative institutions of the European Union (EU), the other being the European Parliament.
  5. The Council of the European Union is the EU's main decision-making body.

Enlargement of The European Union

  1. The survey was published before the 2007 Enlargement of the European Union, when Bulgaria and Romania acceded.
  2. Member states and enlargement Main articles: European Union member states, Enlargement of the European Union, Membership criteria.
  3. For relationships between the EU and the candidate and official potential candidate countries see Enlargement of the European Union.

Eu Energy Label

  1. The system used by the EU Energy Label runs from A to G and primarily shows energy efficiency. (Web site)
  2. The EU Energy Label is a compulsory notice that is applied to all white goods and home appliances sold within the European Union.
  3. The EU energy label is a similar European Union program.

European Union Member States

  1. The current and future status of the European Union is the subject of great political concern within some European Union member states. (Web site)
  2. Member states and enlargement Main articles: European Union member states, Enlargement of the European Union, Membership criteria.

Europhile

  1. A Europhile is a person who wants to lessen his own country's self government and increase government by the European Union.
  2. A Europhile is a term for a person who wants to increase cooperation between governments within the European Union.
  3. A Europhile is a term for a person who wants to increase political cooperation within the European Union.
  4. A Europhile is a term for a person who wants to reduce government on the level of the nation-state and increase centralised government by the European Union.

Eurorealism

  1. Eurorealism is an attempt to maintain a realistic perception of the European Union and European integration; moderate euroscepticism. (Web site)

Euroscepticism

  1. Euroscepticism was at first stronger in Northern Europe.
  2. This definition reflects quite well the general misconception floating around the word "euroscepticism". (Web site)

Transatlantic Relations

  1. Transatlantic relations were becoming increasingly difficult, and this included relations within NATO.

Citizenship of The European Union

  1. Citizenship of the European Union was introduced by the Maastricht Treaty signed in 1992.

Commission

  1. The Commission is one of the EU's key institutions.
  2. The Commission is the politically independent institution that represents and upholds the interests of the EU as a whole. (Web site)
  3. Commission is based in Brussels (Belgium), but it also has offices in Luxembourg.
  4. Commission: The primary goal of the UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) is to encourage greater economic cooperation among its member States. (Web site)
  5. The Commission is the primary drafter of new legislation in the EU. The Commission proposes new legislation and launches new policy initiatives.

Commissioners

  1. Commissioners are appointed by common agreement among the member states and approved as a body by the European Parliament. (Web site)
  2. Commissioners are appointed by the Member States "by common accord" for five years and require the approval of the European Parliament. (Web site)
  3. Commissioners are expected to give full support to all policies, even when they are adopted by a majority. (Web site)
  4. The Commissioners are appointed by the member states, but are required to act as EU officials and not as national spokespersons.

Common Agricultural Policy

  1. The Common Agricultural Policy is a very expensive form of protection; more expensive than was ever initially envisaged. (Web site)
  2. The common agricultural policy is a matter reserved exclusively for the Community.

Common Fisheries Policy

  1. The common fisheries policy was created to manage fish stocks for the European Union as a whole. (Web site)
  2. THE Common Fisheries Policy is a joke --- a cruel joke. (Web site)

Cooperation Procedure

  1. The Cooperation procedure was one of the legislative procedures of the European Community, the 1st of the three pillars of the European Union. (Web site)
  2. The cooperation procedure is used to promulgate general action programs setting out priority objectives. (Web site)

Cosac

  1. COSAC is a co-operation between committees of the national parliaments dealing with European affairs as well as representatives from the European Parliament. (Web site)
  2. COSAC is the name of a half-yearly inter-parliamentary conference in the European Union. (Web site)
  3. COSAC was formally recognised in a protocol to the Amsterdam Treaty that was concluded by Heads of State or Government in June 1997.

Economy of The European Union

  1. If it were considered as a single state, the economy of the European Union ' s twenty-seven member states would be the world's largest national economy.
  2. Economy Main article: Economy of the European Union Population and GDP per capita of EU member states and candidates.

Eurobarometer

  1. Eurobarometer is a European Commission agency monitoring general public opinion in the European Union member states. (Web site)
  2. Eurobarometer is a series of surveys performed by the Public Opinion Analysis sector of the European Commission since 1974.
  3. Eurobarometer is a series of surveys regularly performed on behalf of the European Commission since 1973 .
  4. Eurobarometer is a survey performed by Public Opinion Analysis sector of the European Commission since 1973.
  5. Eurobarometer is a survey performed by the Public Opinion Analysis sector of the European Commission since 1973 . (Web site)

Eurodicautom

  1. EURODICAUTOM is a electronic dictionary of terminology containing terms, acronyms and abbreviations of all the aspects of the European Union Activities.
  2. Eurodicautom is a multilingual term bank. (Web site)
  3. Eurodicautom is the European Commission's multilingual term bank which is widely used by linguists, translators, and interpreters world-wide.
  4. Eurodicautom is the European Commissions multilingual term bank.
  5. Eurodicautom is the European Commission-s multilingual glossary for translating terms into the official languages of the EU as well as Latin.

Europa

  1. EUROPA is a common endeavor of the EU's institutions, run by the European Commission, and by far the best Internet resource on the EU.
  2. EUROPA is a common endeavour of the EU's institutions, run by the European Commission. (Web site)
  3. EUROPA is the European Union's own information portal.
  4. EUROPA is the portal site of the European Union. (Web site)
  5. EUROPA is the primary WWW-server of the EU. It offers a wealth of information on the European Union's institutions, goals and policies.

European Commission

  1. The European Commission is a body with powers of initiative, implementation, management and control.
  2. The European Commission is a unique body in international law, serving as the secretariat, the initiator, and executive of Community affairs. (Web site)
  3. The European Commission is a unique institutional construct.
  4. The European Commission is an executing agency of the European Union.
  5. The European Commission is the EU---s administrative and executive body. (Web site)

United States of Europe

  1. The term "United States of Europe" was used by Winston Churchill in a famous speech which he delivered in 1946 at the University of Zurich.
  2. The term "United States of Europe" was used by Winston Churchill in a famous speech which he delivered in 1946 at the University Of Z--rich .

Trans-European Networks

  1. The trans-European networks (TEN-T) cover all transport infrastructures which are vital for trade and mobility across the European Union.
  2. Some paragraphs from EUROPA: Trans-European Networks; the information on the EUROPA site is subject to a disclaimer and a copyright notice.
  3. For more information, see the EU web site on the Trans-European Networks and the web site of the European Investment Bank. (Web site)

Three Pillars of The European Union

  1. A Common Foreign and Security Policy was also established as the second of the three pillars of the European Union.
  2. The European Community ( EC) is one of the three pillars of the European Union (EU) created under the Maastricht Treaty (1992).
  3. The assent procedure is one of the legislative procedures of the European Community, the 1st of the Three pillars of the European Union. (Web site)

Supranationalism

  1. Supporters of supranationalism argue that it allows integration to proceed at a faster pace than would otherwise be possible. (Web site)
  2. In supranationalism power is held by independent appointed officials or by representatives elected by the legislatures or people of the member states. (Web site)
  3. Supranationalism is strongest in the first pillar, while the other two pillars function along more intergovernmental lines.

Single European Sky

  1. The Single European Sky is a European Commission initiative that is intended to change the future structure of air traffic control across Europe.
  2. The Single European Sky (SES) is one of the most strategic files in aviation.

Pro-European

  1. The group has support from minority parts of the Trade Union movement, while the majority of trade unions remain staunchly pro-European.
  2. See also eurooptimist, pro-european.
  3. The EU had approved a number of initiatives in recent weeks aimed at rallying support for Serbia's pro-European forces.

Eurostat

  1. Eurostat is a key website offering comprehensive information covering a range of social and economic statistics and indicators for all EU countries.
  2. Eurostat was founded in 1953 as the Statistics Division of the High Authority of the Coal and Steel Community. (Web site)

European Ombudsman

  1. The European Ombudsman is a contact person for European citizens which complain about malpractise of the EU institutions.
  2. The European Ombudsman is an intermediary between the EU and the complaints of its citizens. (Web site)
  3. The European Ombudsman is an ombudsman for the European Union, based in Strasbourg.
  4. The European Ombudsman is the office for complaints concerning EU maladministration. (Web site)
  5. The European Ombudsman was established by the Maastricht treaty, the treaty establishing the European Union.

European Federation

  1. The European Federation is a proposed federal state model for the United States of Europe.

European Union Legislative Procedure

  1. The European Union legislative procedure describes the way the European Union creates and enacts legislation across the community. (Web site)
  2. In most cases legislation must be agreed by the council.[44] See: European Union legislative procedure. (Web site)
  3. The main article for this category is European Union legislative procedure. (Web site)

European Health Insurance Card

  1. Mentions légales Yes, the doctors you will meet accept the European Health Insurance Card.
  2. Make sure you ask for your European Health Insurance Card at least 2 weeks before your departure.
  3. It is up to each Member State to decide how to organise the distribution of the European Health Insurance Card on its own territory.

Court of Auditors

  1. The Court of Auditors is an institution. (Web site)
  2. The Court of Auditors is based in Luxembourg and has the right to audit any organisation, body or company which handles EU funds.
  3. The Court of Auditors is the institution which audits the accounts.
  4. The Court of Auditors was created by the 1975 Budgetary Treaty and was formerly established on 1977 - 10-18, holding its first session a week later.
  5. The Court of Auditors was set up in 1975.

Cotonou Agreement

  1. The Cotonou Agreement is a comprehensive tool of ACP-EU relations.
  2. The Cotonou Agreement is a landmark agreement, comprising the EU and 78 developing countries.
  3. The Cotonou Agreement is a treaty between the European Union and the group of African, Caribbean and Pacific states ( ACP countries ).
  4. The Cotonou Agreement was signed in June 2000 for a period of 20 years.

Accession of Romania To The European Union

  1. The accession of Romania to the European Union took place on January 1, 2007. (Web site)
  2. Further information: Accession of Romania to the European Union Turkey is an official candidate to join the European Union.

Amendments

  1. Amendments are then ratified by three-fourths of the state legislatures or by conventions in three-fourths of the states.
  2. Amendments were made to the EU Charter. (Web site)

Atomic Energy Community

  1. The European Atomic Energy Community, or EURATOM, is an international organization composed of the members of the European Union. (Web site)
  2. The European Community is one of two international organisations these states are members of -- the other is the European Atomic Energy Community ( Euratom).
  3. Another treaty was signed the same day establishing the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom), which expired in 2002. (Web site)

Bank

  1. The Bank is based in Luxembourg and raises its funds on the capital markets.
  2. The Bank was established in 1977; headquarters are in Goma, Zaire.
  3. The Bank was established in August 1963 (began operations in July 1966), with headquarters in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire.
  4. The Bank was established in October 1971; headquarters are in Cairo, Egypt.
  5. The Bank: the birth of Europe's Central Bank and the rebirth of Europe's power.

Cen

  1. CEN was founded in 1961 by the national standards bodies in the European Economic Community and EFTA countries.
  2. CEN is a non-profit making technical organization set up under Belgian law. (Web site)
  3. CEN is the officially recognized standardization representative for sectors other than electrotechnical ( CENELEC) and telecommunications ( ETSI).

Citizens For Europe

  1. Citizens for Europe is a European Union progam designed to help bridge the gap between citizens and the European Union. (Web site)
  2. Europe for Citizens (formerly Citizens for Europe) is a European Union programme designed to help bridge the gap between citizens and the European Union.

Codecision Procedure

  1. The codecision procedure is the main legislative procedure by which European laws are adopted. (Web site)
  2. The codecision procedure was amended by the Treaty of Amsterdam Article 2(44) of that treaty.
  3. The codecision procedure was introduced with the Maastricht Treaty (1993).
  4. The codecision procedure was introduzed with the Maastricht Treaty (1993). (Web site)

Committee of The Regions

  1. The Committee of the Regions is an institution of the European Union created by the Treaty of Maastricht.
  2. A Committee of the Regions was established as part of the Treaty of Maastricht. (Web site)
  3. Committee of the Regions is an advisory body composed of representatives of Europe’s regional and local authorities.
  4. The Committee of the Regions is an advisory body of regional and local authorities. (Web site)
  5. The Committee of the Regions is the youngest of the European Union's institutions.

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