One and regional development and to assert

One of the most important treaty is
the treaty of Rome, which resulted in the formation of the ECC, then the treaty
of Paris led to the creation of the ECSC. The purpose of The Schengen Agreement
was to get rid of the border checks on all of EU member states. The Single
European Act was signed to create a single market for the members. The most
important treaty is The Maastricht Treaty because this treaty laid down the
basis for the Eurozone. The Amsterdam Treaty dealt with EU citizenship and the
rights of every citizen. The treaty of Lisbon’s aim was to deal with the
process that was started by the Amsterdam Treaty. The meaning of the word Sovereignty is supreme power or
authority, it can be a government having the complete power of one area. Inter-govern mentalism is when states can
be the primary actors in the integration process. Supranationalism is when a huge amount of power is giving to a high
authority.

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“The European Union has 4 main aims:
To establish European citizenship. This means protection of fundamental human
rights and freedoms, to ensure freedom, security and justice. This means
co-operation in the field of justice and home affairs, to promote economic and
social progress. This involves the single market, the euro, environmental
protection and social and regional development and to assert Europe’s role in
the world.”  (Citzensinformation.ie, 2018).  I think that these aims are widely followed by
all citizens of the EU member states. 
They are simple aims even though they may seem merely aspirational, they
are easy for citizens to follow and get behind.

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People wanted to end all the hatred and rivalry that existed in
Europe and make lasting peace, so this is what prompted the formation of these
organisations. They wanted to pool all the coal and steel production together
therefore creating the ECSC. The European Economic Community was ultimately
designed to bring all the economies of Europe together.

On the 9th of May 1950, Robert Schuman who was the French
Foreign Minister came up with the idea of creating a European Coal and Steel
Community (ECSC). This was the first towards Europe integrating. “The EU
can trace its origins from the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) and the
European Economic Community (EEC), formed in 1951 and 1958 respectively by the
Inner Six countries of Belgium, France, West Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and the
Netherlands.”   (Michael Wilkinson, 2018)