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A Possible Answer of the European Union to Hybrid Threats

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France’s Military Importance for the European Union

References [1] Ionuț Alin Cîrdei and Lucian Ispas, A Possible Answer of the European Union to Hybrid Threats, Buletinul Științific al Academiei Forțelor Terestre „Nicolae Bălcescu”, no. 2 (44), 2017, p. 71. [2] Glenn Bowen, Document Analysis as a Qualitative Research Method, Qualitative Research Journal, vol. 9, issue 2, 2009, pp. 27-40. [3] Robert Yin, Case Study Research: Design and Methods, Sage Publications, 2014. [4] *** The Brussels Treaty, https

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The energy union - Perspectives for consolidating the European Union through a common energy market

10 December 2018]. EC (2017a), retrieved from URL [accessed on 09.02.2017]. European Commission (2017b) - Press release, Clean Energy for All Europeans – unlocking Europe's growth potential retrieved from URL [accessed on 24.12.2017]. European Commission (2017c) (official website) retrieved from URL [accessed on 29

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How Sanctions on Russia Impact the Economy of the European Union

(2014) U.S. imposes new sanctions on Russia, Available at EU (2014) Declaration by the High Representative on behalf of the European Union on the alignment of certain third countries with the Council Decision 2014/145/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining or threatening the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, Available at http

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Greece’s Military Importance For The European Union

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Contribution of the EU Budget to the Implementation of the Social Cohesion Policy of the European Union

References European Commission (2010). Europe 2020: A strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, Communication from the Commission, COM(2010) 2020 final. Brussels. European Commission (2013). Strengthening the social dimension of the Economic and Monetary Union, Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council, COM(2013) 690 final, Brussels. European Commission (2014). Taking stock of the Europe 2020 strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, Communication from

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Does the Cohesion Policy Decrease Economic Inequalities in the European Union?

REFERENCES Amin, A., & Tomaney, J. (1995). Behind the Myth of European Union: Prospects for cohesion . London: Routledge. Becker, S. O. (2012). EU Structural Funds: Do They Generate More Growth? The CAGE–Chatham House Series No. 3. Boldrin, M., & Canova, F. (2001). Inequality and convergence in Europe’s regions: reconsidering European regional policies. Economic Policy, Vol. 16 No. 32, 205-253. Bouvet, F. (2010). EMU and the dynamics of regional per capita income inequality in Europe. Journal of Economic Inequality, Vol. 8, No. 3

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The Challenge Of Asylum To The European Union’s Policy In A Knowledge Based Society

:// [7] Paul Collier, Exodus. How Migration is Changing Our World , Oxford University Press, N.Y. 2013, p.12 [8] (Christopher Booker, Of all the EU failures, its policy on asylum seekers is the worst ) [9] (Peter Sutherland, The Migration Opportunity ) [10] British politician, former Home Secretary (1997-2001) and Foreign Secretary

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Germany’s Military Importance for the European Union


Although a founding member of the European Union, Germany has been rather reluctant to assume a pre-eminent leadership role in the European military integration process, choosing to focus more on social and economic affairs. But following Brexit, Germany might be also called upon to act as an integration “engine” in the defence area. Using the case study method and the analysis of social documents, we argue that Germany’s high level of military integration allows this state to assume, alongside France, a leading role in the defence pursuits of the European Union.

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Environmental Action Programmes of the European Union – Programmes Supporting the Sustainable Development Strategy of the European Union

REFERENCES Coşea, M. & Dunărinţu, A. (2013). Politici de mediu şi strategii de dezvoltare durabilă în Uniunea Europeană , Bucureşti: Editura Prouniversitaria. European Commission. (2013). Living well, within the limits of our planet. 7 th EAP — The new general Union Environment Action Programme to 2020 , available at: , accessed at 06.08.2016. Institutul European din România. (2012). Ghidul politicilor Uniunii Europene – Nr. 4. Politica de Mediu , available at: http

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