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The European Union's Identity
A discussion on the European Union's desire to create an identity.
# 139096 | 750 words | 2 sources | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in European Studies (European Union)


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The paper relates that hosting the games implies that China is ready to open its market to the world and become more flexible than its past rigid Communist governance. The paper discusses how while the European Union craves being integrated and developing its own identity, problems with opposing countries, such as China and its problems with Tibet, are preventing the EU from creating its identity.

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"The Olympic Games are one of the great international events, and they are held every four years in a different country. This year, China is the host country of the Olympics, as it continues to increase its presence in the international economy and politics. Hosting the games implies that China is ready to open its market to the world and becomes more flexible than its past rigid Communist governance. While the European Union craves being integrated and developing its own identity, problems with opposing countries, such as China and its problems with Tibet, are preventing the EU from creating its identity."

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