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Supranational Cooperation in the European Union

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HECTOR GUZMAN

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Supranational Cooperation in the European Union
European Union
Europe
In 1952 six European countries created a
Common Market
for steel and coal products.
Common market
is a group of countries that act as a single market, without trade barriers between member countries.
The European Union is formed.
In 1993
twelve
Common Market countries formed the European Union (EU).
Economic Forces
Economic Forces that Divide the EU
A force that divides people and countries is called


Centrifugal Force
.
Some examples are conflicts between and among cultures.
War
Economic sanctions
Trade Embargo
A force that unites people and countries is called


Centripetal Force.
Some examples are cooperation between and among cultures.
Treaty of Tordesillas
European Union
EU works to create:
Jobs
Protect citizen's rights
Preserve the environment
Encourages peace
The formation of th
EU
has had the greatest effect on the economics of countries.
By 2004, the EU had 25 members spread across Europe
Today members of the EU work in cooperation toward shared economic goals
Economic Forces that Unite the EU
Throughout its history, different forces have brought people
together
and
pulled
them apart.

Trade barriers
Tariffs
Taxes on goods that cross country borders
Over the years, more European countries joined this goup which came to be known as the Common Market
The Euro was the common currency created by the EU as an
economic monetary
system.
Trade bloc -
By joining economies they have far more
economic
power than acting alone.
See page 216 in GA textbook
EU spends large sums on projects in its poorer nations
Factories are moving to poorer EU countries
Not all EU countries adopted the
euro
as the common currency.
Political Forces
Political Forces that Unite EU
European citizenship
Citizens of member nations can
live
and
work
anywhere in EU.
They can also vote in EU elections
Political Forces that Divide EU
Countries give up some power
This may mean carrying out EU decisions it does
not
agree with.
EU has increased in countries and population.
The differences among nations and people has also grown.
Centrifugal
Centripetal
Cultural Forces
Promoting European Culture Identity
It has its own
flag
and
anthem.
May 9th is Europe Day
Against European Culture Identity
People speak different languages
Cultural
traditions
and national pride
Czech foods illegal?
EU rules prohibit food served if cooked more than 2 hrs. earlier.
Centrifugal
Centripetal
Centripetal
Centrifugal
Most European countries today have a limited form of
government

Trade embargo
is the opposite and produces a scarcity of resources.
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