Justice and Human Rights

The judicial branch of the European Union preserves core values that gave life to the European integration project. Among the most important ones, the respect for the rule of law, the human rights, and the principles of equality, democracy and freedom – which are declared by the founding treaties as …

Internal Market & Competition

The free circulation of goods, capitals, people, and services within a single market and the following application of a common external tariff were the main pillars of the European Economic Community. Nowadays, Member States are tied together into a continental trade bloc that effectively drove the integration process. Nevertheless, the …

Agricultural Policy

The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) has been a leading policy of the European integration since its inception. Being a policy that brings together all the Member States of the EU, CAP’s main purposes are to ensure food security in a regional market of 500 million consumers, improve agricultural productivity and …