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The European Union Explained

The European Union Explained

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Multi-speed Europe - Wikipedia Multi-speed Europe or two-speed Europe (called also "variable geometry Europe" or "Core Europe" depending on the form it would take in practice) is the idea that different parts of the European Union should integrate at different levels and pace depending on the political situation in each individual country. Indeed, multi-speed Europe is currently a reality, with only a subset of EU countries being members of the eurozone and of the Schengen area. Like other forms of differentiated integration such as à la carte and variable geometry, "multi-speed Europe" arguably aims to salvage the "widening and deepening of the European Union" in the face of political opposition.

Pyongyang - Astiberri Ediciones El mejor documental que se ha hecho sobre Corea del Norte es una historieta. El quebequés Guy Delisle cuenta su estancia en la capital coreana con un agudo sentido de la observación y la ironía. Pyongyang es una visión realista de un país en el que la pesadilla de Orwell se ha convertido en realidad, pero todo ello tratado desde la rigurosidad del periodista, la perplejidad de un occidental y la ironía de un viajero curtido. Guy Delisle, flemático observador de las incoherencias de este régimen totalitario, nos conduce a un extraño universo en el que la realidad oficial desafía la lógica, y dibuja, casi siempre con humor, las múltiples anécdotas que marcaron su estancia en una ciudad deshumanizada por una ideología paranoica. “Delisle relata su impresión personal del cerrado mundo norcoreano a partir de las obsesiones que detectó en esa sociedad y que le permiten dibujar un clima político espeso y opresor, y un día a día extraño marcado por la pobreza (...).

Enhanced cooperation - Wikipedia In the European Union (EU), enhanced cooperation is a procedure where a minimum of nine EU member states are allowed to establish advanced integration or cooperation in an area within EU structures but without the other members being involved.[1] As of February 2013 this procedure is being used in the fields of divorce law[2] and patents,[3][4] property regimes of international couples and is approved for the field of a financial transaction tax.[5] This is distinct from the EU opt-out, that is a form of cooperation between EU members within EU structures, where it is allowed for a limited number of states to refrain from participation (e.g. EMU, Schengen Area). It is further distinct from Mechanism for Cooperation and Verification and permanent acquis suspensions, whose lifting is conditional on meeting certain benchmarks by the affected member states. History[edit]

El Nuevo Parlamento: Distribución de escaños por país Elecciones Europeas #ElDato (9) Desde que Croacia se unió a la Unión Europea en julio de 2013, el Parlamento Europeo ha tenido 766 diputados, pero este número se reducirá a 751 en las elecciones de 2014 y permanecerá así en el futuro, tal y como establece el Tratado de Lisboa. Representarán a más de 500 millones de ciudadanos de 28 Estados. Opt-outs in the European Union - Wikipedia State with an opt-out State without an opt-out In general, the law of the European Union is valid in all of the twenty-eight European Union member states. However, occasionally member states negotiate certain opt-outs from legislation or treaties of the European Union, meaning they do not have to participate in certain policy areas. Currently, four states have such opt-outs: Denmark and United Kingdom (four opt-outs each), Ireland (two opt-outs) and Poland (one opt-out). This is distinct from the enhanced co-operation, a measure introduced in the Treaty of Amsterdam, whereby a minimum of nine member states are allowed to co-operate within the structure of the European Union without involving other member states, after the European Commission and a qualified majority have approved the measure.

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