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The Rise of a European Superstate

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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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.

EU nations fail to agree reply to Turkey on Cyprus - EU countries failed on Wednesday to agree a response to Turkey's refusal to recognise Cyprus but said they would hold more talks to try and resolve the issue, which could wreck Ankara's bid to join the bloc.

Row Intensifies Over Turkey's EU Bid - Days before EU foreign ministers meet to discuss the negotiating framework for EU entry talks with Turkey, positions have hardened on Ankara's EU bid. France is urging Turkey to clarify its position on Cyprus.

EU mulls Turkey's refusal to compromise on Cyprus - The European Union, beset by a constitutional crisis, is faced with diplomatic difficulties over Turkey's refusal to recognize the Greek Cypriot government in Cyprus. The Turkish position threatens to delay its planned EU accession talks and could harm Turkey's candidacy, at the same time affecting the union's fragile consensus on the delicate issue of Muslim Turkey's European credentials.

European Leaders Sign EU Constitution - European leaders on Friday signed the EU's first constitution, a diplomatic triumph they hope will give the union a sharper international profile and speed up decision-making in a club now embracing 25 nations.

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