Institutions of the European Union

The European Union has a number of decision-making, supervisory and consultative bodies, which function autonomously within the frameworks laid out in EU law, and which interact with one another in line with those frameworks. However, the EU is inherently a political organisation, and how they interact and how the processes are implemented in any given...Read More

International Trade (Europe)

As well as attempting to create a single EU economy through the single market and EMU, the EU acts as a single body in international trade matters, in order to maximise its negotiating power (the EU represents more than 25 per cent of world GDP) and to underpin the unification of the internal market. The...Read More