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Different groups of EU citizens enjoy the right to freedom of movement across the EU, making it possible to work in another Member State, retire, study, set up a business, follow a family member or look for a job. EU citizens, tourists and businesses benefit from these rights as well as the Schengen area, which greatly facilitates freedom of movement. Contrary to popular belief, thus opening internal EU borders has not led to an increase in crime. Rather, Schengen innovations such as enhanced police ...

• The EU's ERASMUS+ programme is investing €14.7 billion in education (2014-2019). • ERASMUS+ will enable 4 million young Europeans to study or learn abroad. • Experience abroad increases young people's chances on the job market and reduces their risk of unemployment.

• In 2015, Europe provided €68 billion in development aid, which is over 50 % of all global aid efforts, with the main aim of eradicating poverty.   • EU imports from developing countries are worth €860 billion a year. • Better EU aid coordination could free €800 million in additional development funding.

Mit dieser Analyse, zu einem großen Teil auf Interviews mit politischen Akteuren und Beobachtern in Washington, D. C. beruht, sollen erstens die Instrumente und Systeme der Kontrolle der US-Regierung durch den US-Kongress untersucht werden und anschließend Vergleiche mit den entsprechenden Instrumenten und Systemen in der Europäischen Union, insbesondere im Europäischen Parlament, gezogen werden.

Die Ausschüsse und einzelnen Mitglieder des US-Kongresses kontrollieren die Exekutive (Regierung)unter anderem, um gesetzgeberische Ziele zu verfolgen, die Effizienz innerhalb der Regierung zu stärken und/ oder Missstände beziehungsweise Errungenschaften der Regierung aufzuzeigen. Der Kongress nutzt zur Kontrolle oder Aufsicht der Exekutive sowohl formelle als auch informelle Instrumente. Wenn informelle Instrumente, wie Gespräche mit leitenden Regierungsbediensteten oder Schreiben von Abgeordneten ...

Kosovo’s European integration prospects

Auf einen Blick 09-01-2014

By agreeing with Serbia on ways to normalise relations, a key demand of the EU, Kosovo took a major step on the path towards the EU in 2013. Kosovo has started negotiations on a Stabilisation and Association Agreement with the EU, with conclusion expected in spring 2014.

Emergency response and civil protection

Auf einen Blick 05-12-2013

The European Union's Civil Protection Mechanism (UCPM) and the European Commission's Emergency Response Coordination Centre (ERCC) provide emergency relief after major disasters, such as typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. A new proposal would merge two existing provisions on EU crisis and disaster response as well as extending the scope of EU coordination in preparing for disasters and dealing with them.

The European Parliament's 2013 Sakharov Prize will be awarded to 16 year old education activist Malala Yousafzai from Pakistan. Pakistan is the country with the second highest number of children out of school, according to UNESCO. Two-thirds (over 3 million) of these are girls.

At the Vilnius Eastern Partnership (EaP) Summit on 28 and 29 November 2013, the EU hopes to sign an Association Agreement, including a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (AA-DCFTA) with Ukraine, and initial AA-DCFTAs with Georgia and Moldova. Initialling of a similar agreement with Armenia is however off the table. Trade relations with Azerbaijan and Belarus may be discussed too.

Japan, China, and Taiwan all lay claim to a group of barren islands and rocks in the East China Sea (ECS). They see strategic and economic advantages in claiming sovereignty over them. Chinese and Taiwanese trawlers and other boats regularly approach the islands, which are under Japan's control. Taiwan recently tried to alleviate tensions by proposing an "East China Sea Peace initiative".