US Foreign Policy
Cold War - Sansgaard
... Truman Doctrine was signed
Also known as the European
George C. Marshall came up
with the idea of offering
American financial aid for
European economic recovery
President Truman signed the
first bill for $5,300,000,000
On December 31st of 1951,
the European Recovery
Program end ...
... (1) EU has decided to establish a military crises management capability. However, this does not
include defence environmental issues.
(2) In June 2001, the EU Member States’ Ministries of Defence established an informal expertlevel forum for co-operation between the Ministries of Defence on environm ...
Elections must be free and open to the majority of
... unify the ethnic group. A real-life example of this can be seen
in the case of the Indian Tamils. In the 1960s, the Indian and Sri
Lankan government agreed to give Indian Tamils citizenship to
Sri Lanka. There are multiple diverse communities of Tamils in
India and Sri Lanka, yet the bonds between m ...
... payment card fraud, hi-tech crime and ATM cyber and physical attacks.
EAST participated at the first annual Latin American Forum on Security in Payment Systems in
Paraguay last November, hosted by Oscar Castellano, ATEFI. Úna Dillon, EAST Development
Director, shared information and data on payment ...
17.1 Two Superpowers Face Off revised 6
... The United States and the Soviet Union split right after WWII
The United States suffered 400,000 deaths, but the Soviet Union
suffered 50 times more than that.
Theses caused different goals in the two countries which later
leads to war.
Ministry of Defence
... name “European Union” was established and the term “European citizenship” was introduced.
As in 2016, EU countries share common policies on various governmental topics. Also, EU
countries do not require passport controls in Schengen Area and ensure free movement of people,
goods, services, and capit ...
... 4 Decides EU laws and budget together with Council of Ministers
4 Democratic supervision of all the EU’s work
Number of members elected in each country (January 2012)
Module 05: 1968 — A Generation in Revolt?
... The cartoonist who produced this clever play on an old Czech fairy tale used
caricature and widely recognizable symbols to depict the Warsaw Pact
states during the August invasion. The "five brothers" in the cartoon
represent the leaders of the Warsaw pact countries: Leonoid Brezhnev,
leader of the ...
... The epochal pact signed
on April 4, 1949, the
original 12 countries
promised to aid one
another with “armed
forced”, marked an
from American political
convention, an increase
in the likelihood for
and a significant step in
the militarization of the
Cold War ...
Fourteen Points PPT
... • When the heads of the 4 major AlliesFrance, Great Britain, Italy, and the
United States (The Big Four) – met in
Paris for peace talks, they were more
focused on self-interest than on
EU2017EE FAC Programme
... neighbourhood. In order to address our common security-related challenges – the resolution and
prevention of conflicts, the fight against terrorism and radicalisation, illegal migration – communication
and practical cooperation need to be improved. It is important to continue the implementation of b ...
AICE International History AS Level
... The AICE AS Level course is taught in two components with 5 major themes. Since 12th grade AICE students have only the background
knowledge from AICE European History, background knowledge must come first. The first component is the source based question (SBQ). This is
where a student is given 4-5 h ...
March 02, 1977 Clarifying the Position of the USSR and Guidelines
... that respect, it is necessary to be guided by the speech of L.I. Brezhnev from the October 1976
Plenum of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union delivered on the
solemn meeting in Tule on 18 January 1977, and also by the Declaration of the Warsaw Pact
members on 6 November ...
Comparing the Economic Governance in the New EU Member States
... Source: Gern, K.-J., Jannsen N., Kooths, S. (2015) Economic policy coordination in the euro area under the European Semester. Kiel
Institute for the World Economy. Available at: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/committees/en/ECON/home.html
... •Alliances: Many European
countries grouped together
and fought against other
countries (“I gotcha back”)
•Imperialism: Using force
to take over lands that are
not your own
pride in one’s country (“We
are better than you”)
middle school social studies economics
... Standard 1: Understand the fundamental concepts relevant to the development of a market economy.
(SS.7.E.1) 1. Explain how the principles of a market and mixed economy helped to develop the United
States into a democratic nation. (SS.7.E.1.1)2. Discuss the importance of borrowing and lending in the
General Assembly 2: economic and financial
... other hand a lot of people will be exploited. On average, whilst taking into account population
size income inequality has increased by 11 percent in developing countries between 1990
EMBARGO: Tuesday 21 October
... Slovenia, the Czech Republic, Portugal, Malta and Slovakia were between 10% and 30% lower than the EU27
average. Hungary, Estonia, Poland, Lithuania and Latvia were between 30% and 50% lower, while Romania
and Bulgaria were between 50% and 60% below the EU27 average.
These data for 2009, 2008 and 20 ...
Chapter 3: Section 3.4
... such restrictions as tariffs and quotas—as well as practices that don’t promote level
playing fields, such as subsidies and dumping—are detrimental to the world economy.
Without impediments to trade, countries can compete freely. Each nation can focus on
what it does best and bring its goods to a fa ...
... recorded in Luxembourg, 37% above the EU average, ahead of Germany (more than 20% above). They were
followed by Austria, Denmark, Belgium, Finland, the United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands and Sweden
which all recorded levels between 10% and 20% above the EU average.
AIC per capita for thirteen M ...
The Salzburg Forum (SF), or Salzburg Group, is a cooperation among the regional Interior Ministers of eight European countries. It was founded by the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Austria in 2000. The countries currently meeting are Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Romania. The Forum is a venue for coordinating internal security matters among the eight countries: police cooperation, border checks, illegal migration, asylum issues, etc.Groups which had similar goals, such as the Quantico Groups and the Berne Group, though even more secretive than the Salzburg Forum, could be considered its predecessors. More influential groups as the G6 can be deemed as its peer. The following article is a mosaic on the SF based mainly on materials which could be found on the internet in English, German or Hungarian and partially on documents requested under the freedom of information act from the Hungarian Ministry of the Interior.