Government of Armenia

The  Government of the Republic of Armenia  ( Armenian : Հայաստանի Հանրապետության Կառավարություն ) or the executive branch of the Armenian Government is an executive board of government ministers in Armenia . It is one of the three main branches of Armenia and is headed by the Prime Minister of Armenia . Read More…

Government of France

The  Government of the French Republic  ( French :  Government of the French Republic  ) exercises executive power in France . It is composed of a prime minister, who is the head of government , and both junior and senior ministers .  [1]  Senior Ministers are titled as Ministers ( French :  Ministers  ), whereas Junior Ministers are titled as Secretaries of State ( French :  Secretaries of State  ). A smaller and more Powerful executive body, called Expired the  Council of Ministers  ( French :  Cabinet Senior Secretaries of State may attend Council meetings. The Council of Ministers is Chaired by the President of the Republic , Unlike the government, profit is still led by the Prime Minister, Who Was officiellement titled as the President of the Council of Ministers ( French :  Chairman of the Council of Ministers  ) During the Third and Fourth Republics .  [1]  By comparison, the Government of France is equivalent to Her Majesty’s Government in the United Kingdom , the Council of Ministers is equivalent to the Cabinet of the United Kingdom(although, in being presided over by the President of the Republic, and not by the Prime Minister, it also bears some resemblance to Her Majesty’s Most Honourable Privy Council ). Read More…

Federal Government of Belgium

The  Federal Government of Belgium  ( Dutch :  Federale regering  , French :  Federal Government  , German :  Föderalregierung  ) exercises executive power in the Kingdom of Belgium . It consists of ministers and secretaries of state (“junior”, or deputy-ministers who do not sit in the Council of Ministers) drawn from the political parties which form the governing coalition . Formally, the ministers are appointed by the King. The Federal Government is led by the Prime Minister of Belgiumand ministers lead ministries of the government. Ministers together form the Council of Ministers , which is the supreme executive organ of the Government (equivalent to a cabinet ). Read More…

Western Bloc

The  Western Bloc  during the Cold War refers to the United States and NATO against the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact . The latter were referred to the Eastern Bloc . The governors and press of the Western Bloc were more often referred to as the ” Free World ” or the ” Western world “, while the Eastern Bloc was often called the ” Communist World “. Read More…

Weimar Triangle

The  “Weimar Triangle”  is, loosely, a grouping of Poland , Germany , and France . The group is intended to promote co-operation between the three countries in crisis zones.  [1]  It exists mostly in the form of summit meetings entre les leaders of These three countries, The Most recent of qui occurred is 7 February 2011.  [2]  Previous meetings eu lieu in Poznan , Poland (1998), Nancy , France ( 1999), Hambach , Germany (2001) and Nancy, France (2005). The Weimar Triangle also involves lower-level connections, such as the annual meeting between Foreign Ministers. Read More…

Guy Verhofstadt

Guy Maurice Marie Louise Verhofstadt  (  Dutch: [ɣiː vərɦɔfstɑt] ( listen )   ; born 11 April 1953) is a Belgian politician Who has served as the Leader of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Group and Member of the European Parliament (MEP) from Belgium since 2009. He served as the Prime Minister of Belgium from 1999 to 2008, Deputy Prime Minister of Belgium from 1985 to 1992 and Minister of Budget from 1985 to 1992. He was a Member of the Chamber of Representatives from 1985 to 2009 . Read More…

Urbino European Law Seminar

The Urbino European Law Seminar  has been organized every year since 1959 by the Center for European Legal Studies of Urbino. The readings are held in French, Italian and English at the Law Faculty of Urbino University , by visiting lecturers from many European countries and focus on current issues of European law , private international law , comparative law and Italian law. Read More…

Schuman Declaration

The  Schuman Declaration  is the statement made by the French foreign minister Robert Schuman on May 9, 1950. It is proposed to place the French and German production of coal and steel under one common High Authority. This organization would be open to participation of Western European countries. This cooperation is to be developed in such a way as to create a common understanding of the European Union, which will lead to a gradual political integration, a condition for the pacification of relations between them: single plan. It will be built through concrete achievements which first create de facto solidarity. The coming together of the nations of Europe requires the elimination of the age-old opposition of France and Germany “. Read More…

Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe ( PACE ) is the parliamentary arm of the Council of Europe , a 47-nation international organization dedicated to upholding human rights, democracy and the rule of law. The Council of Europe is an older and wider group of nations than the 28-member European Union – it includes, for example, Russia and Turkey among its member states – and oversees the European Court of Human Rights . Read More…

Politics in the British Isles

The British Isles includes two sovereign states , the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom , and three dependencies of the British Crown ,  [1]  [2]  Guernsey , Jersey and the Isle of Man .

Ireland is a unitary state and a republic. Since 1998, it shares certain common institutions with Northern Ireland , in the United Kingdom, from which it was partitioned in 1921. The United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy and unitary state  [3]  comprising England , Scotland , Wales , and Northern Ireland . Also since 1998, the United Kingdom has devolved significant domestic powers (though differing in extent) to administrations in Northern Ireland , Scotland and Wales . Jersey , theIsle of Man , and Guernsey (including its two semi-autonomous territories of Alderney and Sark ), are collectively known as the Crown Dependencies ; The UK is responsible for their defense and international relations on behalf of the British Crown .  [4]  [5] Read More…

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