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MIDTERM EXAM
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The EU came about after WWII.
Who started world war 1?
-> Germany
Who started world war 2?
-> Germany
We divided Germany and Berlin into Western and Eastern (Western Berlin, Western Germany, Eastern
Berlin, Eastern Europe).
Political Theories are to explain and predict political revolution.
An institution ->
Government (some people call it an
organization, not an institution)
} Institutions produce all of these things.
-> they produce laws, policies, agreeets…
} Institutions are organizations that produce
things that make life better
Institutions within the national level of the European national state ->
Member states.
Public Policies ->
Organizations do not matter unless they have public policies (goals and laws).
Public policies that are produced on the national level will be studied on how they change the lives of
people in Europe.
What do you mean by public policy?
-> Fiscal Policy (gov policy about the budget of the economy)
-> Foreign policy
-> Health
-> Immigration
-> Labour
-> Education
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January 23, 2017
Why Study Europe?
1957
o Creation of the European Union
2007
o The Berlin Declaration was published to mark the fiftieth anniversary
of the European Union.
2008
o Within a year of the Berlin Declaration, the world faced one of the
worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of 1930
2009-2010
o Low turnout of voters to European Parliament Election, Greek
Economic crisis
European participants seem uninterested in politics at this time
Greek Economic Crisis adds both economic crisis to the
political crisis at that time
2017
o Marks the 60th Anniversary of the European Union
Success and Failure
Ongoing tension between success and failure, optimism and pessimism
part of story of European integration since its emergence
o There is a fluctuation between success and failure for the European
Union adding tension to the EU
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