The Unknown Creative Motives of European Union and its Current Dissolution
Ioannis N. Kallianiotis, Ph.D.
University of Scranton Scranton, PA 18510-4602
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. This article explores the recent economic history of Europe, tries to reveal the unknown creative motives before the signing of the Treaty of Rome, and some of the problems that the European Union has created to European citizens. The most severe ones are the uncertainty that this union has generated to Europeans, then, the social chaos, which is increasing every day, the economic and political corruption, which is underrated by the officials, the tremendous debt crisis of its member- nations and their citizens, and lastly, the reduction in its growth (recession) and the enormous unemployment. Europe experienced many difficulties, conflicts, and invasions by barbarians and other neighboring countries. But, at the same time, many good periods with great contributions to the global scene are recorded. Even though it had two world wars, its nations and citizens enjoyed huge growth, autonomy, development, improvement, autarky, progress, and preservation of their indigenous social values. The Unknown Creative Motives of European Union and its Current Dissolution ChristianVivliogr