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  1. Introduction
  2. The Mosaic of identities
    1. Punjabi
    2. The Sindhis
    3. Mohajirs
    4. Pathan and Baluchi minorities
    5. Kashmiris
  3. The political construction of national identity
    1. The notion of national identity
    2. Pakistani Muslim identity or identities ?
    3. Language:Unifying or divisive ?
    4. Foreign policy and national identity
  4. Conclusion

Since the introduction of the Euro single currency of the European Union (EU), a community of fifteen states defined in the Maastricht Treaty in 1992, on all financial markets in 1998, European integration seems to stagnate.

It's all over Europe, composed of member states and candidate states of the former Eastern bloc that question their place, their prospects in a world economy and its Cardinals bridges with the United States and Japan. At a time of economic globalization and economic integration does the European Monetary Union still make sense?

It reflects on European integration, engaged since 1951 (ECSC 6 countries) towards increasing integration, an approximation of macroeconomic policies in a global open free flow of goods, factor labor, services, capital, or in a world where markets, companies and competition are global.

What does it mean, what is the direction? Can and should it move towards more integration? In fact, strengthening the cohesion of a small space is there a sense in a world where the economy knows no borders?

We see that European integration has chosen to meet the dangers of globalization, and that this goal can become a hindrance to it. The integration of the European space can make an actor in the global economy and finally the continuation of this integration in the European space as an engine of economic globalization and integration now insufficient.

Tags: European Union monetary affairs, European Monetary Union

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