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Cooperation Amongst the European Union States

The European Union as an organization is built upon the idea of communication and agreement. Taking place in the years following World War II, the six countries that would form the beginnings of the European Union via the signing of the Treaty of Rome decided that the only way to move forward beyond the bloodshed […]

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Immigration Issues in the Schengen Area

Europe’s history of war has always mandated the migration of great numbers of people, from Roman citizens migrating under the Pax Romana to refugees fleeing the ravages of the Great War. Now that 28 countries have agreed to band to together to synchronize their political and economic agendas in attempts to create a unified entity […]

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