Modern Europe

Modern Europe

European integration is the process of industrial, political, legal, economic (and in some cases social and cultural) integration of states wholly or partially in Europe. European integration has primarily come about through the European Union and the Council of Europe.

Read more about Modern Europe:  History, Council of Europe, Organization For Security and Co-operation in Europe, Regional Integration, European Free Trade Association, Commonwealth of Independent States, European Communities, European Union

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Modern Europe - European Union - Membership in European Union Agreements
... countries in EU integration initiatives see also Multi-speed Europe A small group of EU member states have joined all European treaties, instead of opting out on some ... This is linked to the concept of Multi-speed Europe where some countries would create a core union and goes back to the Inner Six references to the founding member states of the European ... At present the formation of a formal Core Europe Federation ("a federation within the confederation") had been held off at every occasion that such a federation treaty had been discussed ...
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... insurance, medical care and unemployment insurance that formed the basis of the modern European welfare state ...
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... Becker, (1873–1945), modern Europe Geoffrey Bruun (1899–1988), European civilization Louis R. 1928) early modern France, film Trevor Dupuy, (1916–1995) military John K. 1955) world Peter Gay, psychohistory, Enlightenment, modern Europe John Whitney Hall, (1916–1997) Japan Victor Davis Hanson, (b ...
Trouser - History - Modern Europe
... In order to modernize, Tsar Peter the Great issued a decree in 1701 commanding every Russian, other than clergy and peasant farmers, to wear trousers ... During the French Revolution, the male citizens of France adopted a working-class costume including ankle-length trousers, or pantaloons (from a Commedia dell'Arte character named Pantalone) in place of the aristocratic knee-breeches ...

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