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EC

abbreviation for EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES.
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Contributors agree that the history of the EU in this era is different from the 1960s, due to the economic and political difficulties of the era, but also because of new dynamics and structural changes in the workings of the European Community itself.
The European Community is a practical means by which Europe can ensure the future prosperity and security of its people in a world in which there are many other powerful nations and groups of nations.
Young people who have families have grandchildren who want to see a future for them secure within the European Community will not look kindly on P Lambert's idea of Britain's position in the world.
This was the ECJ's first venture into the booming international investment law field and is significant because it represents a substantial expansion of European Community competence and reflects the intentions of the Treaty of Lisbon (3) to expand the scope of the EU's common commercial policy to matters of 'foreign direct investment'.
Lehmann writes that as issues with integration and enlargement of the EU plagues the European community, it is embarking on a "rudderless drift.
It means to accept the transfer of national sovereignty to the European Community.
In accordance with legislation of the European Community and the United States, travelers who have visited malaria-endemic areas may be accepted as regular blood donors 6 months after return to the nonendemic area, providing they have been free of unexplained febrile illnesses and have not taken antimalarial drugs (2,3).
The site includes information on the latest news, case law updates, access to resources and databases from the European Community and expert witness directories.
Eritja holds the position of tenured professor in Public International Law and has taught and researched in the field of public international law, European community law, environmental international law and environmental European community law since 1988.
In 1992, the European Community created a single market now comprised of 15 countries that led to the consolidation of many European business opportunities.
Earlier versions of this article were presented at the 1997 meetings of the International Studies Association, the European Community Studies Association, and the American Political Science Association.

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