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The development cooperation policies of the European Community from 1971 to 1976.

Commission of the European Communities.

The development cooperation policies of the European Community from 1971 to 1976.

by Commission of the European Communities.

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Published by Office,des publications officielles des Communautés européennes in Luxembourg .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCG-22-77-184-EN-C
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14933840M
ISBN 100119366185
OCLC/WorldCa655307808

This chapter discusses the development of EEC and COMECON. In the s, after the establishment of the European Coal and Steel Community, the initiative was the proposal for a European Defense Community. This failed because the French were not prepared to accept this derogation of national sovereignty, so defense became the concern of NATO. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

50 For a discussion of current problems in the Communities' industrial policy see Tsoukalis, Loukas and Ferreira, António da Silva, “ Management of Industrial Surplus Capacity in the European Community,” International Organizat 3 (Summer ), pp. – Cooperation between European Border Regions 3 March Second Periodical Report on the socio-economic situation and development of the regions in the European Community. “Specific Problems of Border Regions” are mentioned for the first time.

  In January, Denmark, Ireland and the United Kingdom join the European Community, bringing membership up to nine. A small Environment and Consumer Protection Service is set up and attached to the European Commission department for industrial policy and a Standing Committee on the Environment is created in the European Parliament. The declaration stresses the need to get Europe moving again by bringing national policies closer into line and by working out common policies. The Parliament declares that the unity of Europe can only be achieved if the Community institutions are able to pursue a policy funded on real European solidarity.


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OCLC Number: Notes: "CGEN-C. The development cooperation policies of the European Community from By Get PDF (1 MB). The book provides a comprehensive analysis of the international development policies of ten Central and Eastern European countries that joined the EU between and The contributors offer the first thorough overview of the 'new' EU member states' development cooperation programmes, placing them in a larger political and societal context.

External Policies of the European Union. Author: Jan Orbie; Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. ISBN: Category: Political Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» First published in and based on an innovative framework for analyzing the EU's external politics, this paperback edition provides a historical overview of and theoretical conclusions about the EU's global role.

This chapter examines two main lines of developmentswithinthe European Union that have affected the geographical scope of, political priority for, and substantive orientation of, its development cooperation policy. They are, respectively, the changes in EU membership over time and the ever advancing European integration process.

The study and analysis of the European Union’s international development policy is a relatively recent addition to academic interest on the evolution of the European integration process.

Despite the scale of the EU’s contribution to international aid and the increasingly prominent role of member states in security interventions, debate has been slow to pick up. The European Commission collaborate with a wide range of actors to draw on their expertise and to ensure the highest coordination in development efforts.

International gender equality International cooperation sets gender equality as one of the priority areas to improve living conditions of women and children around the world.

EU development policy seeks to foster the sustainable development of developing countries, with the primary aim of eradicating poverty. It is a cornerstone of EU relations with the outside world and contributes to the objectives of EU external action – alongside foreign, security and trade policy (and international aspects of other policies like environment, agriculture and fisheries).

Eradicating poverty and achieving sustainable development. Together, the EU institutions and countries are the world’s leading donor of development assistance and cooperation. The EU proposes legislation and policies to promote good governance and human and economic development, such as fighting hunger and preserving natural resources.

European Community I-7 Development Co-operation Review Australia (7th June ), New Zealand (29th May ), Mexico (18th May ), the Czech Republic (21st ECDPM European Centre for Development Policy and Management ECHO European Community Humanitarian Office.

policy cooperation has moved to centre stage, helped by an emerging debate about European defence cooperation in which the United Kingdom is a lead, not a peripheral, actor.

The core agenda of the Community has itself altered and come to focus on the issues of industrial survival and economic health. The British government has launched. These two financing decisions fell within the framework of the policy of cooperation between the European Community and Yugoslavia defined in the Belgrade Declaration of December 2.

EC-YUGOSLAVIA COOPERATION AGREEMENT This Agreement, which has been concluded for an unlimited period, is the only one of its kind. The representation and relations of the Community with Third World countries concerning development cooperation depend on the division of powers between the J.H.J, ‘The European Community in the WTO and Advisory Opinion 1/ An ‘Legal Instruments and External Policies of the European Communities’, in de Vree, J.

European Centre for Development Policy Management Policy and Management Report 20 ISBN: link policy and practice in international cooperation. This book seeks to explore EEC European Economic Community EEZ Exclusive Economic Zones EFF European Fisheries Fund. The European Political Cooperation (EPC) was introduced in and was the synonym for European Union foreign policy coordination until it was superseded by the Common Foreign and Security Policy in the Maastricht Treaty of November In the s and s, the EC member states tried twice to give the internal market a foreign policy dimension but failed on both attempts.

the European Union’s sustainable development work. They were first outlined to describe the five main areas targeted by the sustainable development goals. The European Union’s development projects come in all shapes and sizes, and focus on different parts of the world — but all of them focus on at least one of these five themes.

II – THE EARLY DAYS OF COMMUNITY COOPERATION IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION The first meeting of the ministers for education at Community level The preparation of the first Community action programme in the field of education The resolution of Februaryfounding act for Community cooperation in the field of education History of Europe - History of Europe - Social and economic developments: The Metal Ages were periods of discovery, invention, and exploitation of various metals and metallurgical procedures.

New elements were introduced into the societies, which played a role in their further development. In the later 5th and earlier 4th millennia bce, copper from easily worked surface deposits was used for.

First, there is a difference between the development aid of the European Union (EU) and community development aid. The latter refers to development aid to third countries which originates from, is planned and managed by, and in large measure also carried out by institutions of the European Community (EC).² This European aid, together with the.

The book examines the strategic logic and consequences of the EC's actions but also explores the wider implications, offering insights into European security policy at the end of the Cold War, the relationship of international law to international relations and the management of ethnic conflict.Designed to replace Martin Holland's The European Union and the Third World, this new text provides systematic coverage of the European Union's policies in relation to the developing world in the 21st century and includes substantial coverage of governance issues and the relationship between development initiatives and European integration.— The Treaty establishing the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), or Treaty of Paris, was signed on 18 April and came into force on 25 July For the first time, six European States agreed to work towards integration.

This Treaty laid the foundations of the Community by setting up an executive known as.