Europe

Europe in Europe Description of Europe The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes europe in the following terms: [1] After the Roman conquests, Europe's western border was established as the Atlantic north of Gibraltar (see more in this European encyclopedia). But to the […]

European Council

The European Council (Article 15 Teu)

Content about European Council from the publication "The ABC of European Union law" (2010, European Union) by Klaus-Dieter Borchardt. The European Council grew out of the summit conferences of EU Heads of State or Government. At the Paris […]

Eurosceptic

Eurosceptic in Europe Description of Eurosceptic The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes eurosceptic in the following terms: [1] One who casts an inquiring, sceptical eye on the project of European integration and especially on EMu (see more in this European encyclopedia). […]

European Defence Community

European Defence Community in Europe Description of European Defence Community (EDC) The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes european defence community (edc) in the following terms: [1] The EDC was the first major failure of the federal cause in Europe (see more in this […]

Europol

Europol in Europe Description of Europol The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes europol in the following terms: [1] Europol, the EU's embryonic FBI, was foreshadowed in the 1992 Maastricht Treaty, which provided for police co-operation between member states to combat […]

Germany

Germany in Europe According to the work "Guide to Foreign and International Citations", by the Journal of International Law and Politics (New York University School of Law): In Germany’s federal structure, most of the legislative power is concentrated at the national level, while […]

European Regional Development Fund

Reducing Economic Differences: European Regional Development Fund Introduction to European Regional Development Fund The European Regional Development Fund is concerned with infrastructure developments proposed by member governments. Since 1989 it has focused on regions with weak economies, […]

Europe of Nations

Europe of Nations in Europe Description of Europe of Nations The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes europe of nations in the following terms: [1] The idea that nation states should be the main determinants of the future of Europe (see more in this European encyclopedia). […]

European Investment Bank

Reducing Economic Differences: European Investment Bank (EIB) Introduction to European Investment Bank The European Investment Bank (EIB) was established in 1957 under the Rome treaty that created the EEC. Its primary objective is to fund projects that promote European integration. It focuses […]

European Company

Definition of European Company In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of European Company : A proposed type of company to be incorporated under European *Community law rather than under the national law of a member state. European companies would be recognized […]

Eurodollar

Eurodollar in Europe Description of Eurodollar The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes eurodollar in the following terms: [1] A dollar located outside the USA, especially in a European bank or branch, but it could equally be in an Asian or Latin American financial […]

Eurocrats

Eurocrats in Europe Description of Eurocrats The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes eurocrats in the following terms: [1] European bureaucrats, recruited from all the member states, some working their way up as career officials, others at senior level parachuted in from […]

Europhile

Europhile in Europe Description of Europhile The following is a short description of europhile in the European Union context: A convinced supporter of the objectives and methods of the European Union. Resources Notas y References See Also

European Law Journal

European Law Journal in Europe European Law Journal and the European Judicial System Resources Popular Topics about European Judicial and European Law European Judicial Network in Criminal Matters Atlas Judicial Europeo (in Spanish) European Judicial Training Network Red Judicial Europea (in […]

Eurobond

Eurobond in Europe Description of Eurobond The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes eurobond in the following terms: [1] So called not through any connection with the EU but because the market originated in Europe, a eurobond is an internationally owned debt instrument in […]

Eurospeak

Eurospeak in Europe Description of Eurospeak The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes eurospeak in the following terms: [1] A high-flown, ambiguous or obscurantist mode of expression used byEurocrats to mask or put a gloss on their objectives. Eurospeak also tends towards […]

European Monetary Unión

European Monetary Unión Definition of European Monetary Unión In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of European Monetary Unión : (European Monetary Union, EMU) The establishment of a common currency for member states of the European Union. […]

European Judicial Training Network

European Judicial Training Network in Europe European Judicial Training Network and the European Judicial System Resources Popular Topics about European Judicial and European Law European Judicial Network in Criminal Matters Atlas Judicial Europeo (in Spanish) European Judicial Training […]

Europe Agreement

Europe Agreement in Europe Description of Europe Agreement The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes europe agreement in the following terms: [1] An Association Agreement with a non-EU country, providing a framework for the associated country's gradual integration into […]

Euratom

Euratom in Europe Definition of Euratom In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Euratom : (European Atomic Energy Community, Euratom) The organization set up under the Treaty of Rome (1957) by the six members of the *European Coal and Steel Community and […]

European Space Agency

European Space Agency in Europe Description of European Space Agency (ESA) The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes european space agency (esa) in the following terms: [1] Based in Paris, the ESA is not an EU body although it co-operates closely with the Commission. It is […]

Eurofighter

Eurofighter in Europe Description of Eurofighter The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes eurofighter in the following terms: [1] A joint British, German, Italian and Spanish project, the Eurofighter is an advanced fly-by-wire military aircraft, whose commercial viability […]

European Community

History of the European Union: European Community (EC) Introduction to European Community In July 1967 the three organizations (the EEC, the ECSC, and Euratom) fully merged as the European Community (EC). The basic economic features of the EEC treaty were gradually implemented, and in 1968 all […]

European Movement

European Movement in Europe Description of European Movement The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes european movement in the following terms: [1] Founded in the flush of post-war enthusiasm, the European Movement, with Winston Churchill, Prime Minister Alcide de Gasperi […]

European Social Fund

Introduction to European Social Fund The European Social Fund is organized in much the same way, but it focuses mainly on the training and retraining of workers. Since 1988 it has concentrated more on long-term and youth unemployment, especially in the economically disadvantaged regions of the […]

European Free Trade Association

Definition of European Free Trade Association In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of European Free Trade Association : (EFTA) A trade association formed in 1960 between Austria, Denmark, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK. Finland, Iceland, and […]

Eurofanatic

Eurofanatic in Europe Description of Eurofanatic The following is a short description of eurofanatic in the European Union context: A person who uncritically and enthusiastically accepts all proposals and defends all policies of the European Union. Resources Notas y References See Also

Euro-X

Euro-X in Europe Description of Euro-X The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes euro-x in the following terms: [1] The committee of finance ministers of countries adopting the single currency (X stands for the number of participants – eleven in 2000). In 1998 Euro-X fell […]

European Economic Community

History of the European Union: European Economic Community (EEC) Introduction to European Economic Community In 1957 the participants in the ECSC signed two more treaties, known as the Treaties of Rome. These treaties created the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) for the development […]

European Law Students Association

European Law Students Association in Europe European Law Students Association and the European Judicial System Resources Popular Topics about European Judicial and European Law European Judicial Network in Criminal Matters Atlas Judicial Europeo (in Spanish) European Judicial Training Network […]

European Court of Human Rights

European Convention on Human Rights: European Court of Human Rights Introduction to European Court of Human Rights The European Court of Human Rights is composed of a number of judges equal to the number of members of the Council of Europe. The majority of cases referred to the court come from […]

Eu

Eu in Europe Definition of Eu In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Eu : (European Union, EU) The 25 nations (Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, […]