Why Was the EU Founded?
The major goal of EU was to put an end to the recurrent and blood-stained wars amid nationals which concluded in the Second World War.
Why was the European Union created?
The European Union was established because of many recurring problems and disputes in the neighboring areas, the major goal of EU was to put an end to the recurrent and blood-stained wars amid nationals which concluded in the Second World War. Originated in 1 January 1958, the European Union (EU) is a party-political and financial union of 28 fellow countries that are positioned principally in Europe. The EU has established a core single market over a homogeneous classification of acts that narrate in all adherent federations. (Manners)
EU strategies target to pledge the permitted association of individuals, properties, facilities and investment inside the interior market, authorize legislature in virtue and family productions and moreover uphold shared strategies on occupation, agronomy, fisheries and regional extension. (Desmond) (Nugent)
Exclusively inside the Schengen Zone the sanction boards have been abolished. A financial merger was documented in 1999 and instigated into full authority in 2002 and was dignified of 19 EU member states which use the privileges of euro money. Over successive extensions the European Union has full-grown from the six instituting states to the existing 28 nations. Republics agree to the incorporation by becoming party to the establishment agreements, thus exposing themselves to the honors and responsibilities of EU association. This encompasses a partial designation of dominion to the governments in reoccurrence for demonstration within those organizations, an exercise often signified to as combining of the sovereignty. (Hix)
European Union was initiated and fabricated with considerable anticipations, prospects and potentials. Though over the decades it has been going on quiet well. But recent events and fall in financial instability and some internal national issues has led to the downfall and demise of the EU. With the Brexit recently in the following year, the EU has received a huge blow, which was though not expected. The Britain decided to vote out from the EU, very much willingly, whatever be its clauses and reasons. Analysts and specialists in this regard claim that with Brexit, there is a chance for the demise of the EU, which however cannot be said for sure. However Britain was the major revenue collector for the EU. The rest of the states used to enjoy the profits of the Britain. However only now the coming time will tell us how this was favorable or non- favorable for both the parties.
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Hix, Simon, and Bjørn Høyland. The political system of the European Union. UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. Document.
Manners, Ian. “”Normative power Europe: a contradiction in terms?” JCMS: Journal of common market studies (2002): 40.2, 235-258. Document.
Nugent, Neill. The government and politics of the European Union. UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Document.