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EU Referendum (6262 words)
Elsewhere on this blog we recorded the difficulties EU member states had in equipping its force for Chad and latterly we concluded that – in terms of military performance, the idea of European defence was an "unrealisable dream".
Despite this, we have seen continued attempts by the EU to create a "European Army" – but all that actually amounts to is a "dedicated military headquarters", more structures and oversight of the military function by the EU parliament.
As did it help the EU on its way, therefore, there is now a glimmer of hope that the US could be instrumental in prising away the UK from the "project", having seen – at last – that the EU represents a danger to the interests of democracy and global security.
EU - definition of EU in Encyclopedia (3617 words)
The EU member states have recently agreed to the text of a new constitution that, if ratified by the member states, will become the first official constitution of the EU, replacing all previous treaties with a single document.
The number of EU citizens (all EU member state citizens or subjects, under the terms of the Maastricht treaty) in the 25 member EU is approximately 453 million as of March 2004.
The tension between EU and national (or sub-national) competence is an enduring one in the development of the European Union.
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