... defined the Balkan Peninsula as such was
probably the belief, present in Europe
since the Renaissance time, in the catena
mundi, the chain of the world, a mountain
range stretching from the Pyrenees in
the west all the way to the Balkans in
the east, with Mount Balkan (Stara
Planina – Old Mountain i ...
... On 25 September 1997, the Dispute Settlement Body ("DSB") adopted its recommendations
and rulings in the dispute European Communities – Regime for the Importation, Sale and Distribution
of Bananas (WT/DS27) ("Bananas III").1 The DSB ruled that the import regime of the European
Communities ("EC") for ...
... was formed in order to elaborate the
“Feasibility Study on the Synchronous
Interconnection of the Ukrainian and
Moldovan Power Systems to ENTSO-E
Continental Europe Power System”.
The overall objective of the project is to
support the synchronous connection of
the Ukrainian and Moldovan Power
... GM crop in this case (MON 810) had been authorized in the European Union for more than ten
years, it had not been authorized for uses which included pollen. The European Union was taking
steps to fill the existing regulatory gaps until EFSA provided an opinion on the safety of the MON
810 pollen in ...
... ■ Consequences of WWI (1918)
• The First World War was triggered by the assassination of an
Austro-Hungarian noble in Sarajevo.
• The Austro-Hungarian Empire was dismantled with the creation
of Austria, Hungary and Czechoslovakia.
• Poland was re-created and Germany was divided in two.
• Baltic stat ...
... political purpose and until the 1970s was read annually in the U.S. Congress as part of the national recognition
of the first President's birthday. Although the celebration of that day and the Farewell Address no longer
receives such strenuous attention, Washington's final public performance deserve ...
... Revision of the emissions trading system
The Council agreed on a general approach for the review of the emission trading system (ETS).
Now negotiations with the European Parliament can start with the aim of reaching an agreement on
the final text.
The ETS is one of the main tools to reduce greenhous ...
... Must the original of the document
be furnished in all cases?
Would the Office accept evidence of
mailing a document, in case of loss or
delay, where a delivery service other than
the postal authorities is used
(PCT Rule 82.1)?
Competent receiving Office for nationals
and residents of France:
Does na ...
... time God has transferred the West into
the East . . . He who was a Roman or a
[European] is now an inhabitant of
Palestine [the land around Jerusalem].
. . . Some have taken wives not merely
of their own people, but [also Muslim
women who became Christian]. . . .
Different languages, now made
... development or fighting poverty to encompass for example considerable support for measures
leading to progressive participation in the EU’s internal market. Legislative approximation,
regulatory convergence and institution building will also be supported through mechanisms such
as the exchange of ex ...
... come up with a quantitative target to reduce the number of fatalities by 50% in the
European Union in ten years time.
In this context, a study was carried out to assess the background to the safety strategies
of Sweden, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands: the SUN countries. The results of
this s ...
... At the 21st Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (known as COP 21), which took place
in Paris from 30 November to 12 December 2015, an agreement was adopted, concerning the
global reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. The Agreement will enter into force on the
30th day after the date on which at ...
... and Stalin to split parts of Central and Eastern Europe and the Baltic States between
them, but it is also 20 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall. Opening a conference
commemorating the pact, European Parliament President Jerzy Buzek focused on
how far Europe has come. He said to those present t ...
... sector at Stratagem (1998 - present). In the 1970s he helped set up the European
Youth Forum, from his base as Chair of the British Youth Council (Scotland).
At NICVA he moved to professionalise the voluntary sector and helped develop
strong North / South links; he introduced it to European programm ...
... In his Farewell Address, George Washington urged America to stay out of the affairs of other
nations. By 1823, however, President James Monroe saw a need to qualify Washington’s policy of
neutrality. Russia wanted to control parts of the Pacific Northwest. In South America, Spain sought
to regain co ...
... old and new member states persist. In addition the 2008 US banking crisis and the subsequent
financial, fiscal, economic, and political crisis that hit EU member states and the Eurozone in
particular, has brought to the front the persistence of numerous divides inside Europe. New social
divides and ...
The European Union is a geo-political entity covering a large portion of the European continent. It is founded upon numerous treaties and has undergone expansions that have taken it from 6 member states to 28, a majority of states in Europe.As distinct from ideas of federation, confederation or customs union the main development in Europe depends on a supranational foundation to make war unthinkable and materially impossible and reinforce democracy enunciated by Robert Schuman and other leaders in the Europe Declaration. The principle was at the heart of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) in the Treaty of Paris (1951), following the ""Schuman Declaration"" and the later the Treaties of Rome establishing the European Economic Community (EEC) and the European Atomic Energy Community (EAEC). Both the ECSC and EEC were later incorporated into the European Union while the EAEC maintains a distinct legal identity despite sharing members and institutions.