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The European Union has steadily moved forward in its attempt to unite Europe politically and economically. It has succeeded in creating a European parliament, a court and, in the near future, a common currency.
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A European Perspective on Our Debt Crisis March 05, 2013
Turkey Not So Hot On EU Membership November 27, 2012
Soccer and the G-8's Greek Quandary May 22, 2012
Croatia Votes To Join Troubled European Union January 24, 2012
The G-20 Summit Ends In An Ermph November 08, 2011
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The 2nd Annual KI Conference: Strategic Perspectives II by Chuck Missler
European Union Update: Poland's Balancing Act by Chuck Missler
The New Challenges: Europa Rising: Part IV by Chuck Missler
The 'New Europe' Arises Europa Rising: Part III by Chuck Missler
Profiles in Prophecy Series: Europa Rising: Part II by Chuck Missler
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Draft of European Union Constitution - The Constitution, and law adopted by the Union's Institutions in exercising competences conferred on it, shall have primacy over the law of the Member States.
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Belgium Considering World’s First Child Euthanasia Law - Should children have the right to ask for their own deaths? In Belgium, where euthanasia is now legal for people over the age of 18, the government is considering extending it to children—something that no other country has done. The same bill would offer the right to die to adults with early dementia.
EU Proposal to Monitor “Intolerant” Citizens - While European leaders are busy expressing public indignation over reports of American espionage operations in the European Union, the European Parliament is quietly considering a proposal that calls for the direct surveillance of any EU citizen suspected of being “intolerant.”
Cyprus Has Been Bailed Out — Nyeht, Nyeht! - Authorities from Cyprus and the so-called troika of international lenders – the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund – reached agreement on a bailout loan for the country of up to 10 billion euros.
Hungarian Jews Fleeing Into Austria - The leader of Vienna's Jewish community says anti-Semitism in Hungary is causing an influx of Jewish
immigrants to Austria. Oskar Deutsch said he was pleased people were coming, but that the circumstances
forcing Jews to leave Hungary were deeply troubling. Austria's Jewish community numbers approximately 8,000
people and is being joined in recent years by some 150 families annually fleeing from Hungary.
EU divided on plans for talks with Turkey - The European Union remained divided over the terms for opening accession talks with Turkey as member governments struggled to agree on a declaration pressing Ankara to normalize relations with Cyprus. Cyprus joined the EU last year, but Turkey's refusal to recognize it is exposing tensions within the Union and clouding the opening of membership talks on October 3.
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