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Seminar paper from the year 2001 in the subject Economics - Monetary theory and policy, printed single-sided, grade: 2,0 (B), Oxford Brookes University (Business School), course: Business Environment of the UK, language: English, comment: Critical discussion on the advantages and disadvantages whether the UK should join the European Monetary Union, considering macroeconomic parameters such as economic cycles and exchange rate policy. , abstract: HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION OF THE EMU§With the Maastricht Treaty the EC heads of state and government agreed on a three-legged "European Union" (EU) on December 9 and 10, 1991, which should include a common foreign and security policy, cooperation on domestic and security policy and the creation of a European Economic and Monetary Union (EEMU).§The European Monetary Union (EMU) is to be effected according to a concrete time schedule - the three-stage plan which was agreed upon in the Maastricht Treaty and the conversion plan which was decided December 1995.§To ensure the stability of a single currency, especially in the initial phase, the states participating in the EMU must satisfy the following convergence criteria as constituted in the Maastricht treaty:§1.Inflation criteria: Price stability with no more than 1.5 percentage points above the inflation rate of the top three member states.§[...]
European Union and South Korea EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS
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This book offers insights into the state of EU-Korea relations and considers potential lessons for other bilateral and regional initiatives. The past decade has witnessed a proliferation of bilateral and regional cooperation in all parts of the world. The EU and South Korea have both been involved in this trend. In 2010, they launched a strategic partnership in order to strengthen their trade, economic and political ties. This partnership is underpinned by a number of important legal instruments, including the EU-Korea Free Trade Agreement and the EU-Korea Framework Agreement. This book analyses the development of EU-Korea relations and the role that these treaties play in the development of the strategic partnership. The book contains contributions by European and Korean experts in international law who each examine a particular aspect of the legal framework for EU-Korea relations, analysing the scope and substance of the relevant legal rules, as well as the opportunities and challenges for future cooperation. The contributions cover a wide range of policy areas, including trade, competition, and investment, as well as cooperation in non-economic areas, such as environmental protection and security policy. The contributions to this volume aim to offer insights not only into the state of EU-Korea relations, but also potential lessons for other bilateral and regional initiatives. The main case study is the EU-Korea strategic partnership. Regular comparisons are made with the Korea-US relationship. Various chapters discuss the implications of the EU-Korea FTA and Framework Agreement for future EU agreements with third states.
Challenges to American National Security in the 1990s, 1 Springer, Berlin
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The decade of the 1990s offers a chance to build a new and better international order. What policy choices will this decade pose for the United States? This wide-ranging volume of essays imaginatively addresses these crucial issues. The peaceful revolutions of 1989-1990 in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe have swept away the foundations of the Cold War. The Eastern European nations are free; Europe is no longer divided; Germany is united. The Soviet threat to Western Europe is ending with the collapse of the Warsaw Pact and the withdrawals and asymmetrical cuts of Soviet forces. And U.S.-Soviet rivalry in the Third World is giving way to cooperation in handling conflicts, as in Iraq and elsewhere. Much, of course, remains uncertain and unsettled. What sort of Soviet Union will emerge from the ongoing turmoil, with what political and economic system and what state structure? How far and how soon will the Eastern Euro pean states succeed in developing pluralist democracies and market economies? Are the changes irreversible? Certainly there will be turmoil, backsliding, and failures, but a return to the Cold War hardly seems likely.
The European Union and Military Force Cambridge University Press
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The Common Security and Defence Policy maps out how the EU
Roaring Nineties Penguin
His previous book revealed the shocking truth about globalization. Now, Joseph Stiglitz blows the whistle on the devastation wrought by the free market mantra in the nineties
How Nations Grow Rich Oxford University Press Inc
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There can be no doubt, writes economist Melvyn Krauss, that the prosperity of the industrial nations since the Second World War has been due largely to global specialization and interdependence. No one country does all tasks today -- products are designed in one country, produced in another and assembled in a third. The increased standard of living resulting from global specialization in turn has led to the growth of the modern welfare state, including an increased demand for economic security and social measures which guarantee politically-determined minimum consumption standards for citizens. Ironically, says Krauss, as the debate over the North American Free Trade Area (NAFTA), the General Agreement of Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and the recently established World Trade Organization demonstrate, today's welfare state has evolved into a protectionist state. U.S. consumer advocates (Ralph Nader) see free trade as a threat to consumerist legislation. U.S. environmentalists (Jerry Brown) see free trade as a threat to environmental legislation. U.S. human rights advocates (Anna Quindlin) see free trade as a threat to human rights abroad. In How Nations Grow Rich, Krauss argues there is no inherent reason why the growth of the welfare state in the Western industrial countries should conflict with free trade that is, there is no inherent reason for the welfare state to be protectionist. Exposing fallacious "welfare state" arguments for protection, Krauss makes a powerful case for free trade in general, and NAFTA in particular, as mechanisms for raising U.S. living standards. Americans are made better off through a reallocation of U.S. productive resources from lower-to-higher productivity uses--from textiles to computers, for example. Moreover, by raising wages in Mexico relative to the U.S., Krauss expects NAFTA to help reduce both legal and illegal immigration. Were states like California to reduce their generous social services and affirmative action programs, labor immigration from Mexico would fall to politically acceptable levels. Krauss' novel insight that migration and foreign trade are alternative means of effectuating international exchange is used in this lively and informative book to shed light on a host of important policy issues. By the very act of restricting textile and apparel imports, the U.S. virtually compels foreign textile workers to migrate to the U.S. The European Union's tariff against East European exports provokes a flood of Eastern workers to Western Europe. In How Nations Grow Rich, Krauss dispatches both traditional and newer arguments for protection with unusual verve and clarity. Addressing the belief that protectionism boosts employment, he points out that import restrictions can destroy U.S. jobs when imposed on materials we use as parts. For example, in 1991, Apple and Toshiba suffered a dramatic increase in their production costs as a result of a 63% tariff on imported Japanese flat-panel display screens. This "protect-America" policy backfired, causing these two mega-companies to move their production facilities abroad. In response to protectionist demands that the U.S. close its markets until Japan reduces its trade barriers against U.S. goods--that trade be fair before it can be free--Krauss points out that in a market economy where consumers are kings, only a consumer-based equity standard is valid. Thus what the "fair trade" protectionist argument really comes down to is the nonsensical proposition that because foreign countries damage their consumers by foolish protectionist measures, equity demands the United States follow suit. This wide-ranging and stimulating book clarifies such important and often inaccessible issues as development policy, foreign aid, trade sanctions, child labor, human rights trade linkages, immigration, European Monetary Union and affirmative action trade policies. How Nations Grow Rich is must reading for anyone concerned with public policy and international economics.
Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts Books LLC, Reference Series
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 163. Chapters: Oslo Accords, Proposals for a Palestinian state, United Nations Security Council Resolution 242, Palestinian views on the peace process, Peace Now, Neve Shalom - Wahat as-Salam, Land for peace, Projects working for peace among Arabs and Israelis, Arab Peace Initiative, Israel's unilateral disengagement plan, One-state solution, J Street, Peace process in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Daniel Barenboim, Valley of Peace initiative, 2000 Camp David Summit, Road map for peace, Israeli views on the peace process, International Crisis Group, Mattityahu Peled, Two-state solution, Robert Malley, Lieberman Plan, Madrid Conference of 1991, Taba Summit, Dennis Ross, Strategic Foresight Group, Palestine Papers, Aqabah, United Nations General Assembly Resolution 194, Protocol Concerning the Redeployment in Hebron, Annapolis Conference, The Parents Circle-Families Forum, Wye River Memorandum, Lausanne Conference, 1949, Geneva Accord, Uri Avnery, Élie Barnavi, JCall, Benjamin H. Freedman, United Nations Conciliation Commission, Temporary International Presence in Hebron, Interim Agreement on the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, The Clinton Parameters, Three-state solution, The Mountain of Israeli-Palestinian Friendship, Medbridge, The Missing Peace, Nurit Peled-Elhanan, 2002 Arab League summit, Elon Peace Plan, Breira, Hand in Hand: Center for Jewish Arab Education in Israel, Hudna, Corpus separatum, Sharm el-Sheikh Summit of 2005, Sharm el-Sheikh Memorandum, Madrid peace conference letter of invitation, Israel - Palestine Liberation Organization letters of recognition, Palestinian Prisoners' Document, Venice Declaration, Alliance for Middle East Peace, Saif Islam Qaddafi Isratin proposal, European Union Border Assistance Mission Rafah, Daniel Levy, Hanna Siniora, David Kimche, Ya'akov Arnon, Peres-Hussein London Agreement, Victim of peace, Tolerance Monument, Realignment plan, Johan Jřrgen Holst, The Rebuilding Alliance, Galil Jewish-Arab School, Herzliya Conference, Trade Unions Linking Israel and Palestine, Yossi Alpher, Mona Juul, United Nations Security Council Resolution 298, Marianne Heiberg, Two Stars for Peace solution, United Nations Security Council Resolution 341, Mejdi, Protocol on Economic Relations, 2006 Franco-Italian-Spanish Middle East Peace Plan, United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Gaza-Jericho Agreement, Haifa Declaration, Tahdiya. Excerpt: The Arab Peace Initiative (Arabic Language: żżżżżż żżżżżż żżżżżżż) is a comprehensive peace initiative first proposed in 2002 at the Beirut Summit of the Arab League by then-Crown Prince, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, and re-endorsed at the Riyadh Summit in 2007. The initiative attempts to end the Arab-Israeli conflict, which means normalizing relations between the entire Arab region and Israel, in exchange for a complete withdrawal from the occupied territories (including East Jerusalem) and a "just settlement" of the Palestinian refugee crisis based on UN Resolution 194 (which calls for a diplomatic resolution to the conflict and resolves that any refugees "wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbors" should be able to do so or if they otherwise wish to be provided with compensation). The Initiative was initially overshadowed by the Passover Massacre, a major terrorist attack that took place on March 27, 2002 (the day before the Initiative was published) and that had been claimed by the Izz ...
Second Bill of Rights Basic Books
This book offers a bold resurrection of Franklin D. Roosevelt's forgotten call for economic justice for all citizens. In 1944, Franklin D Roosevelt gave a State of the Union Address that was arguably the greatest political speech of the twentieth century. In it, Roosevelt grappled with the definition of security in a democracy, concluding that "unless there is security here at home, there cannot be lasting peace in the world." To help ensure that security, he proposed a "Second Bill of Rights" - economic rights that he saw as necessary to achieve political freedom. Many of America's great legislative achievements of the past sixty years stem from Roosevelt's vision. Using this speech as a launching point, Cass R Sunstein shows how these rights are vital to the continuing security of the nation. This is an ambitious, sweeping book that argues for a new vision of FDR, of constitutional history and the current political scene.
Neorealism and Neoliberalism UNIVERSITY PRESSES
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In light of the recent demise of the Soviet Union and the subsequent withdrawal of Soviet forces from Central Europe, the debate between neoliberal institutionalism and neorealism has taken on a new relevance. Neorealism and Neoliberalism concentrates on issues of conflict and cooperation with their implications for post-Cold War international relations. Essays by some of today's most prominent political theorists debate the importance of anarchy versus the importance of interdependence in determining state behavior; the feasibility of international cooperation; the impotance of absolute gains versus relative gains as incentive for cooperation; the trade-offs between economic welfare and military security; the importance of state intentions versus state power; and the significance of the emergence of numerous international regimes and institutions. The collection features: -An introduction by David A. Baldwin; -Robert O. Keohane on the realist challenge after the Cold War; -Joseph M. Grieco on relative gains and the limits of cooperation; -Helen Milner on anarchy in international relations theory; -Stephen Krasner on national power and international cooperation; -Charles Lipson on international cooperation in economic and security affairs. Cutting to the heart of the debate over the possibility of a "new world order," Baldwin's collection is essential reading for anyone seeking to understand the post-Cold War world.
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The book provides an overview of the different concepts and scenarios of events resulting from the globalized world, technological revolutions, changes in management paradigms and ways of managing companies and organizations.Chapters of current book are connected with mentioned problems from the theoretical and practical point of view, and especially describe the following areas: Globalization and Challenges Civilizations Face in the Post-Global Approach; Global Powers: Theory, History and Prospects; the Relationship Between Financial Participation and Economic Results . the Mechanism; Integrated Model of Sustainable Enterprise . the Role of Organizational Trust; Sustainable Business Models in Contemporary Organization; Technological Banking Innovation; Institutional Analysis of Corporate Governance; European Integration in the Field of Industrial Relation. Discrepancy or Convergence; State Aid as an Instrument of Supporting Enterprises in the European Union; Role of the European Parliament in the EU Budget; the Dissimilarity of Fiscal Policy in the EU and Poland; the Importance of Employment Structure for the Competitiveness of the Polish Economy; Local Public Services´ Demand Side Factors´ Structure in Estonian Municipalities; the Economic Crisis in Estonia: Labour Costs and Productivity Aspect; Competencies of Innovative Polish Enterprises; Waste Management System - Lublin Case Study of Innovative Company; Waste Management as a Sustainable Business; and Learning Styles of Polish Managers in Multidimensional Context.You are invited to read all these articles witch are included in present publication. Authors, from many countries with different academic background, hope that it could be interesting for future research and discussion.
Eu Law Penguin
Now completely revised and updated for its third edition, this authoritative analysis gives the essential background to an understanding of the operation of the European Union and of the problems facing it. Written by two experts in the field, the book surveys the gradual development of the European Community and its emergence as the European Union and provides a thorough examination of the EU's legislative process, the jurisdiction of the Court and the principles of direct effect and supremacy. Authoritative coverage is given to the internal market; including freedom of movement of goods, persons, services and capital; to competition policy, including mergers, intellectual property and state intervention in the market; and to social policy. Completely updated in the light of the Treaty of Amsterdam, this detailed account explores the institutional and constitutional changes to the legal structure of the EU made by that Treaty. This includes new legislation designed to create an area of freedom, security and justice within which people will be able to move about freely (a framework from which the United Kingdom, Denmark and Ireland have opt outs), and the establishment of closer co-operation between some of the Member States. Economic and monetary union is also discussed and a new chapter looks at consumer and environmental policy. Although this book deals primarily with the legal perspective, it also includes a detailed examination of the political institutions, such as the Commission, Council and Parliament. It will therefore be of immense value not only to practising lawyers who need to understand the impact of EU law, but also to anyone who is studying or is interested in politics, European studies, economics or modern history.
The book provides an overview of the different concepts and scenarios of events resulting from the globalized world, technological revolutions, changes in management paradigms and ways of managing companies and organizations.Chapters of current book are connected with mentioned problems from the theoretical and practical point of view, and especially describe the following areas: Globalization and Challenges Civilizations Face in the Post-Global Approach; Global Powers: Theory, History and Prospects; the Relationship Between Financial Participation and Economic Results . the Mechanism; Integrated Model of Sustainable Enterprise . the Role of Organizational Trust; Sustainable Business Models in Contemporary Organization; Technological Banking Innovation; Institutional Analysis of Corporate Governance; European Integration in the Field of Industrial Relation. Discrepancy or Convergence; State Aid as an Instrument of Supporting Enterprises in the European Union; Role of the European Parliament in the EU Budget; the Dissimilarity of Fiscal Policy in the EU and Poland; the Importance of Employment Structure for the Competitiveness of the Polish Economy; Local Public Services´ Demand Side Factors´ Structure in Estonian Municipalities; the Economic Crisis in Estonia: Labour Costs and Productivity Aspect; Competencies of Innovative Polish Enterprises; Waste Management System - Lublin Case Study of Innovative Company; Waste Management as a Sustainable Business; and Learning Styles of Polish Managers in Multidimensional Context.You are invited to read all these articles witch are included in present publication. Authors, from many countries with different academic background, hope that it could be interesting for future research and discussion....
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Power, Energy, and the New Russian Imperialism Praeger Security International
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Russia is the world's foremost energy superpower, rivaling Saudi Arabia as the world's largest oil producer and accounting for a quarter of the world's exports of natural gas. Russia's energy reserves account for half of the world's probable oil reserves and a third of the world's proven natural gas reserves. Whereas military might and nuclear weapons formed the core of Soviet cold war power, since 1991 the Russian state has viewed its monopolistic control of Russia's energy resources as the core of its power now and for the future. Since 2005, the international news has been filled with Russia's repeated demonstrations of its readiness to use price, transit fees, and supply of gas and oil exports as punitive policy instruments against recalcitrant states that were formerly part of the Soviet Union, striking in turn the Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, and Lithuania. Orban reveals for the first time in Power, Energy, and the New Russian Imperialism Russia's readiness to wield the same energy weapon against her neighbors on the west, all of them former Soviet satellite states but now EU and NATO member nations: the three Baltic nations and the five East European nations of Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Slovenia. Orban shows how the Kremlin since 1991 has systematically used Russian energy companies as players in a concerted neo-mercantilist, energy-based foreign policy designed to further Russia's neo-imperial ambitions among America's key allies in Central East Europe. Her unprecedented analysis is key to predicting Russia's strategic response to American negotiations with Poland and the Czech Republic to host the US missile shield. She also reveals the economic and diplomatic modus operandi by which Russia will increasingly apply its energy clout to shape and coerce the foreign policies of the West European members of the EU, as Russia's contribution to EU gas consumption increases from a quarter today to three-quarters by 2020. Orban proves that Russia's neo-mercantilist energy strategy in East Europe is not at all dependent on the person of Putin, but began under Yeltsin and continues under Medvedev, the former chairman of Gazprom.
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