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European Union

The European Union
A brief outline...
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The European Union

A brief outline to this union of twenty-eight European states

European Union
Pre-1945 ideas on European unity
History of the European Communities (1945–1957)
History of the European Communities (1958–1972)
History of the European Communities (1973–1993)
History of the European Union (1993–2004)
History of the European Union (since 2004)
Geography and membership
Geography of the European Union
Member State of the European Union
Enlargement of the European Union
Politics of the European Union
Institutions of the European Union
European Commission
European Parliament
Council of the European Union
European External Action Service
Elections in the European Union
President of the European Commission
President of the European Council
Presidency of the Council of the European Union
Foreign relations of the European Union
Common Foreign and Security Policy
High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
Economy of the European Union
Internal market of the European Union
European Central Bank
European Union law
European Court of Justice
Area of freedom, security and justice
Treaties of the European Union
Symbols and identity
Symbols of Europe
Flag of Europe
Anthem of Europe
Europe Day
Citizenship of the European Union
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