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The Tourism Industry in the EU

Tourism is, on the whole, an underappreciated industry. Tourists are more or less tolerated by the inhabitants of the cities and countries that they visit, but they really are a necessary part of today’s society. Tourism “brings social inclusion and understanding in a way no other industry does” (Gollan). Not only is this important for […]

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NIS Directive

My project topic in my European Union: House Divided class was the introduction and implementation of the Network and Information System Security Directive. The following is an abridged version of the research paper. In May of 2018, the European Union will have fully taken on a new directive on security of network and information systems […]

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Economic, Social, and Cultural Impacts of Immigration to the EU: Summary

The European Union has been a hotbed of immigration in recent years, especially given the refugee crises that create the massive displacement of civilians in the Middle East. It is without a doubt that these influxes of immigration have multiple impacts on the European Union. As a part of my group’s assessment of these impacts, […]

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EU Treaties, the History of Founding Treaties and the Turkey Issue

With the aftermath of World War II, the European continent was utterly devastated. Entire regions of both Axis and Allied country were reduced to wastelands and rubble. Cities were in turmoil and the economies of every heartland Euro nation was pretty much in the drink, and without any sort of true method of refurbishing their […]

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