European Union Mission And Policies

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European Union (EU)
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This paper is about the EU, its major policies, the key objectives, legislations, instruments for implementing those policies, who the members are, and the institutions involved in the implementation of the trade goals.
Key word: European Union; Mission of the EU.
Introduction
The establishment of the EU intended to work toward common goals of European countries. This free trade zone or economic community was and is very successful which seeks special purposes such as political dialogue, free trade and freedom of movement, economic, financial, and cultural cooperation. Special attention was focused on the trade laws, regulations, and other issues (Kotler, 1999, p. 371).
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The EU today is preparing for the accession of 13 European countries – Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, and Turkey. In order to join the EU, these countries need to fulfill the economic and political requirements, which in other terms called “Copenhagen criteria”. Those requirements are mainly related to the following:
1. Member countries must be a stable democracy, respecting human rights, the rule of law, and the protection of minorities;
2. Member countries must have a functioning market economy;
3. Member countries adopt the common rules, standards and policies that make up the body of EU law.
As these countries have not yet fulfilled all the requirements, they need financial resources or in other words they need money. The EU assists those countries providing financial resources to those countries The EU provides sovereignty to its Members to act as independent ones on behalf of the EU or in other words to welfare and interest of the Union as a whole (European Union).
All of these countries will integrate in order to realize the principal objectives of the EU. Those objectives are:
1. Establish European citizenship
2. Ensure freedom, security and justice
3. Promote economic and social progress
4. Assert Europe’s role in the world.
5 institutions implement all of these objectives:
1. European Parliament (EP) – This represents the will of 374 million European citizens’ and assembles pan-European political groups that operate in Member states. The overall task of the EP ...

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