Concert of Europe

The Concert of Europe , also known as the Congress System or the Vienna System after the Congress of Vienna , was a system of dispute resolution adopted by the conservative powers of Europe to maintain their power, opposing revolutionary movements, weaken the forces of nationalism, and uphold the balance of power . Historians date its operation from the end of the Napoleonic Wars (1815) to the early 1820s, although some see it playing a role until the Crimean War (1853-1856). [1] Read More…

Commissions of the Danube River

The Commissions of the Danube River were authorized by the Treaty of Paris (1856) after the close of the Crimean War . One of these international commissions, the most successful, was the European Commission of the Danube, or, in French, European Commission of the Danube, the CED, which had authority over the three mouths of the river – the Chilia in the north, the Sulina in the middle, and the St. George in the south and which was originally designed for the last two years. Instead, it lasted eighty-two years. A separate commission, the International Danube Commission, or IDC,was up to the Danube Delta and was supposed to be permanent, but it was not formally organized until after 1918. Read More…

Interallied Confederation of Reserve NCOs

The Interallied Confederation of Reserve NCOs ( CISOR ), until 2013 also known as European Association of Reserve NCOs ( AESOR ), is the parent organization of the European NCO Reserve Corps within the NATO and also international. Currently CISOR consists of 13 countries under the presidential lead of Finland . This non-profit organization was founded June 1, 1963. [2] Read More…

Center for Research on Multinational Corporations

The Center for Research on Multinational Corporations ( SOMO – Dutch : Stichting Onderzoek Multinational Ondernemingen ), is an independent, non-profit research and network organization working on social, ecological and economic issues related to sustainable development. Since 1973, the organization investigates multinational corporations and the consequences of their activities for people and the environment around the world. Read More…

Atomium – European Institute for Science, Media and Democracy

Atomium – European Institute for Science, Media and Democracy (EISMD) – Atomium Culture AISBL – is an international non-profit organization bringing together several universities, newspapers and businesses in Europe in the first intersectoral platform to promote knowledge sharing and “out of the box “thinking on issues concerning the development of a European knowledge society. [1] [2] Read More…

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