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ERASMUS … and then what ?

{Recently, the European Commission has been celebrating its 1 million ERASMUS students. Romano Prodi has personally reverberated the event in an article underlining the programme’s success and launching some orientations for the future.} Being among those who made it possible for the ERASMUS programme to be adopted in Spring 1987, ...

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What legislative body for the EU by 2010 ?

Today, at various degrees, the EU has 3 legislative bodies: the Council, the European Parliament and the Commission. That’s a lot for a political entity already made complex by its multinational structural. In a democracy, simple solutions have appeared to be the most sustainable and satifactory ones. The first reason ...

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Switching from EU to Euroland Daring the future,

The unability of the European system to find sustainable ways towards the future, as well as the scattered aspect of the political contributions of the European leaders, show it : the EU has reached a limit. Illegitimate child of the European Community and of the Fall of the Berlin Wall, ...

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If there had been a Laeken Summit’s political message…

– {{With the Euro}}, a fundamental step in the European construction was made. A very strong link, experienced on a daily basis, will now connect the peoples and European citizens. The wish made by the founding-fathers and the post-war generation has become true: “an ever stronger union between the peoples”. ...

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Immigration, Civilisations, European Integration …, only one question matters: Do we want or not that the immigrants’ children become true Europeans?

{Since WWII, almost all EU countries, one after the other, have discovered the issue of immigration, while for decades or centuries they were only emigration countries.} {{France is the only European country facing immigration for almost two centuries}} UK, Germany, Holland, Scandinavia, Italy, Spain, … all of them have been ...

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