GEOG 1001Feb22

GEOG 1001Feb22 - GEOG 1001 Feb.22 A Tale of Two Europes...

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GEOG 1001 Feb.22 A Tale of Two Europe’s: Integration and Isolation Supranational World or regional organization that is not tied to any one sovereign country o NATO, World Bank, European Union Evolution of EU Winston Churchill “United States of Europe” 1952- European Coal and Steel Community Drop coal/ steel tariffs among each other 1957- European Economic Community 19992- Treaty of Maastrich, European Union Goals Economic and social integration- free flow of goods and people Competitive edge Common European Currency- Euro 2002 Counterbalance U.S. Global Leadership Prerequisite Joining EU Human rights Democracy Functioning Market Economy Schengen Accord 1990s- EU and neighbors agreement allowing free movement across common borders “Shengenland,” Fortress Europe Spain, Italy long coastlines carry policing burden Migration The colony has come to call o Asia, Africa, Caribbean, former S.U., Eastern Europe
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course GEOG 1001 taught by Professor Baksi during the Spring '07 term at LSU.

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