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European Union Crime Prevention

                                                    European Union Crime Prevention The September 11th attacks on the United States in 2001 sparked a rapid response to reform criminal procedure in the European Union. The twenty-eight Member-States acknowledged the lack of judicial cooperation from within the European Union. Member-States realized that they needed to work together more effectively and efficiently to eliminate […]



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Poland’s fight against European integration

In the past couple months, Poland has been met with a lot of coverage about its new government. The new government that was elected on 25th of October, 2015 became a highly conservative party to rule after eight years of pro EU policies. This government does not feel so welcoming to the new migrants that […]



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Brexit: A Small Word with Big Consequences

Brexit is term that can be seen floating all over European current news.  While it’s a seemingly simple word, the power behind its meaning holds major ramifications for Britain, Europe and the world as a whole. Among issues facing the European Union, of which there are many, a few stick out like sore thumbs. The […]



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France and the European Union: Frexit? An Abstract

France is one of the oldest established nations on the continent of Europe, a significant contributor to global cultural development, artistic creation, scientific advancement, and philosophical exploration. France is also a founding member of the UN and a member of the Inner Six. The Inner Six are the six member nations who joined together to […]



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