• Us vs Eu
    us vs eu What does a coherent and unified European community (now known as the European Union) mean to the United States? Is it a threat, a competitor, or a partner? Or is it the three combined together? I think it is the three combined together. Depending on the situation, whether economically,...
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  • Eu-China Relationship
    project emphasized on the development of the economic relationship between EU and China, and especially on international trade. The objectives are to understand and identify the main factors determining or influencing the direction and scope of the relationship between the two countries within a broad theoretical...
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  • Islam
    4900 Threats to European-US Defence Cooperation in a post-Modern World Abstract: This paper explores the role of economics in the foreign policy relationship between the EU and the US. An introduction is given, followed by discussions of the economic background of the EU, its effect on transatlantic...
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  • Cage Analysis Administrative
    The second element of the CAGE analysis is the administrative distance between two countries. In this case we will be discussing the administrative distance between Germany and the United States. First of all Germany and United Stated do not belong to a common trade block. Although lately rumors occurred...
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  • Latin America-EU
    and an unprecedented economic boom in the 2000s, these countries claim to have their opinion on the international stage is now stronger than ever. Therefore, Latin America has been viewed differently by the rest of the world and became a strong potential market. Especially US, European Union and China...
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  • Globilaization
    EU and US first economic collaboration began after the WW II when the Marshal Plan was launched by the United States to help war shattered Europe get back on its feet economically. The environment within which EU-US are trading today has changed profoundly since the years of Marshal Plan. Not only has...
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  • Asean
    Overview of ASEAN-EU Dialogue Relations Introduction The ASEAN-European Union (EU) dialogue relations were formalised when the 10th ASEAN Foreign Ministers Meeting (AMM), held on 5-8 July 1977, agreed on ASEAN’s formal cooperation and relationship with the European Economic Community (EEC), which...
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  • The European Union Foreign Relations Challenges in the Year 2012
    The European Union foreign relations challenges in the year 2012 2012 context: In the year 2012, the EU had 27 members and had 61 years of history behind (if we consider its beginnings to be rooted in the European Coal and Steel Community or 19 years since the Maastricht treaty which formally created...
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  • Security Communities
    Security Communities and Multilateralism 1. The United States and Canada have enjoyed a very peaceful relationship over the past 125 years, even though they share a border that is 5,000 miles long and undefended. Shore says that ?neither side regards the other as even a potential military threat,...
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  • Relationship Between the Eu and Belarus/Ukraine
    is to analyse the relationships between Belarus and Ukraine with the EU. The aim is to discover the benefits and limitations of both parties. The research shows that both the Belarus and EU can benefit from each other; however, it is extremely difficult for Belarus to be a part of EU due to their human...
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  • From the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership
    Union Neighbourhood Policy, EU institutions. Introduction The EU-Mediterranean relationship started to be of concern to the EU in the 1990s, when the global and regional dynamics urged the formulation of a common European foreign policy. With the fall of communism in 1990, the EU goal to go beyond being...
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  • Outline
    Yusef Khan Dr. Jackson Political Science 2 MW, 11:00 Book Analysis America: A country that prides itself on being the “Arsenal of Democracy” and the “Policeman of the World.” While this title is duly bred in the hearts and mind of our citizenry, there are some who believe that this title doesn’t...
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  • Oil Producers vs. Oil Users
    countries that consume the most of the oil production and there are countries that produce almost all oil. On the side of the biggest oil consumers are the US and Europe and on the side of the greatest Oil producers are countries like Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, the United Arab Emirates and others. The Oil producers...
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  • The Economic and Political Policies of the United States in Relation to Wto, Nafta, Eu and Balance of Trade
    EU and US Relationship The wealth and diversity of American civilization is mainly due to massive amounts of immigration from just about every European nation during the past 500 years. This is also the very reason why Europeans and Americans share common values and maintain close cultural, economic...
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  • Europe’s Reasons and Turkey’s Accession
    nature of the Union, the political aim of the integration process and its political and geographical limitations. The ‘Eleven reflections on Turkey and the European Union’ outlined in this analysis evidence the constituent nature of the debate about Turkey’s membership in the EU. The questions we raise...
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  • Business Politics in Europe
    Table of contents 1. Introduction 2 2. The variety of economic and political systems in Europe 3 3. The institution European Union. 7 4. The impact of the EU on its member states. 11 5. Lobbying in the EU. 13 6. Conclusion 17 References 17 Appendices 17 ...
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  • Eu: Trade and Aid
    aid policies of the EU CONTENT 1 TRADE AND AID POLICIES WITH THIRD PARTIES 1 1.1 THE WTO 1 1.1.1 FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS 2 2 MAIN TRADING PARTNERS OF THE EU 3 2.1 USA 3 2.1.1 DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSATLANTIC CO-OPERATION 3 2.1.2 DISPUTES BETWEEN THE EU AND THE USA 4 2...
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  • EU expansion and its effect on the Russian Federation
    EU expansion and its effect on the Russian Federation. Issue: Currently there is an Eastern expansion of the two most powerful unions: the European Union and NATO. NATO expansion causes an open resentment from the Russian side, while the expansion of the EU is perceived calmly and with understanding...
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  • Ms Kasia
    RESEARCH PAPER 06/36 19 JUNE 2006 A Political and Economic Introduction to China “If the 20th century ended in 1989, the 21st began in 1978” Martin Jacques, The Guardian, 25 May 2006 China’s political and economic rise and what it means for the world is now a central preoccupation of analysts...
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  • The Eu or the Special Relationship?
    The EU or “the special relationship”? Britain has always had a special relationship with the US, but over the past decades Britain has also build up a relationship with the countries on the European continent. Whether Britain should be closest to Europe and the EU, or the US is something that the Britons...
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