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Economic and Monetary Union: laying the foundations

The escalating events of the “Cold War” in Europe from 1947 to 1948, caused the USA government to grow increasingly wary of the possibility that the countries of Western Europe might deal with their security concerns by negotiating with the Soviets. 4,156 more words


Economic and Monetary Union: the birth of a grand idea - Part 1

By the middle of the 20th Century, and in the space of only 21 years, Greater Europe had experienced another devastating conflict that took millions of lives and shattered much of the infrastructure of many countries. 3,850 more words


Cosy cafes for studying in Brussels

Coffee drinkers who has experienced the Korean cafe culture, tend to go search for cafes once they leave Korea. As mentioned in Five cosy cafes for studying in Seoul… 262 more words


From the Treaty of Paris to the Treaty of Rome

Robert Schuman, Declaration of 9th May 1950

“Europe will not be made all at once, or according to a single plan. It will be built through concrete achievements which first create a de facto solidarity. 417 more words


Schuman now 5-0

Breaking news…

Frank Schuman for the win against Eric Perry — submission in round 1 at 1:19. (King of the Cage in Sloan, Iowa, at WinnaVegas Casino Resort)

Congratulations Frank!