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France is one of the founding member of EU and it have most significant impact of economic policies of Eropean Union. France strongly influence the euro regions economic and social policy decisions. As it have significant impact, so the country's Presidential poll will have strong impact on the euro, influencing whether it continues its long running weakening trend or even in euro's reversal towards greater strength in the upcoming time.
France economy approximately represents 15% of total GDP of European Union. Politically, France is important decision maker in Europe. The nation elects 74 of 751 seats in the European Parliament, or close to 10%. Some parliamentary decisions require a simple majority and others require an absolute majority. France has 29 of the 352 votes on the EU Council of Ministers and 260 votes are needed on the council for a majority. The council of ministers, whose members are appointed by the respective EU governments, shares legislative responsibility with members of parliament, who are elected directly by EU citizens.
Main issues in France's next elections are varied, which includes how to tackle the France's high unemployment rate as well as the nation…
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By the end of the 18th century, France was on the brink of bankruptcy. The country was being charged with high costs due to the involvement in the American Revolution and extravagant spending by King Louis XVI (1754-1793).
The increasingly numerous and prosperous elite of wealthy commoners in France (bourgeoisie) aspired to access political power.
A revolution seemed necessary to apply the Enlightenment ideas of Montesquieu, Voltaire, or Rousseau widespread among the wealthy and educated.
In the second decade of the 21st century, the debt crisis stalled in Europe. The EU helped several countries to confront their difficulties by establishing (with the IMF and the ECB) bailout programs.
The burden created by the debt crisis coupled with the influx of migrants triggered Euroscepticism. The European society braces with high levels of unemployment and a challenge imposed by technology and automation.
These conditions are propelling the flourishing of populist-nationalists parties among several o
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In the year 70 AD the city of Jerusalem was Sieged by Roman legions commanded by Titus Flavius Caesar Vespasianus Augustus.
Jerusalem was guarded by three walls: on the 25th of May 70 AD the Roman legions breached the city’s third wall, Jerusalem’s external wall; and five days later they’ve breached successfully the city’s second wall.
Titus next move detached the legions. Half we’re committed with earthworks in order to attack the Temple and Antonia Fortress, while the other half was focused on assaulting the Upper City.
Titus knew that their enemies commanded by Simon bar Giora and John of Gischala would fight for every inch of their city and understood that the Siege of Jerusalem would take a long time.
The Jews under the leadership of John of Gischala endorsed a strategy to settle fire on Roman’s earthworks structures. In order to accomplish that task they’ve built an underground passage to reach the Roman’s occupied territory.
However, building windows at such a low level undermines the ground’s load capacity. And one night, the wall of Antonia Fortress collapsed and opened the way for the conquest of Jerusalem by the Romans.
As Jerusalem’s Siege, the European Union is no…
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“The euro is far stronger than they want, and stronger than the economy deserves, but they don’t know how to weaken it,” Hans Redeker, head of currency at Morgan Stanley, told The Telegraph recently. “This is exactly what happened to the Japanese.”

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On the 25th of September 70 AD the Romans took the Upper City and on the 24th/25th of September 2016 the German leader ruled out to step into Deutsche’s legal imbroglio with the U.S. Justice Department!

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A day after, on the 26th of September 70 AD the Romans were in control over the whole city and settled fire in Jerusalem.
On the 26th of September 2016 Deutsche Bank shares dropped to a record low. The shares dropped 6% to nearly 10,7 EUR.

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In the XVI century, Henry VIII asked the Pope Gregory the Great to nullify his marriage with Catherine of Aragon. Henry was looking for a wife that could give him a male child to perpetuate his blood line power over England. Anne Boleyn would become his wife.
During his reign, Henry spent most of his time challenging the authority of Rome. The divorce issue was just one of a series of acts that collectively split the English church from the Roman church.
Nowadays, in a seek to strengthen his power, David Cameron promised the British people a referendum on the UK's EU membership.
A historical perspective on British disputes clarifies that for the British rulers this segregation is an old fashion strategy, proven useful even in todays modern times.
If demands we’re in fact the main bulk through this process, Cameron and the UK have lost an opportunity to reassure its position in Europe as a German ruler alternative.
UK’s foreign affair’s modus operandi darkens EU’s political environment – whenever there’s a crisis, segregation intentions might soon resurge in Britannia.
Blaming Europe and its recent structural problems is a strategy widely spread within European politicians. Emphasi…
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An economic recession is a situation that occurs when general consumer spending is low; it is marked by an increase in unemployment rate and a noticeable decrease in economic activity.
Unfortunately, most large economies like the United States of America, United Kingdom, Europe and Japan are prone to periods of recession; so it is the duty of the Central banks of these nations to put policies in place to protect their economies. Recessions are cyclic in nature and cannot be all together avoided; this is because every period of economic boom is followed by a recession.
Europe’s unemployment rate has been on the increase since 2008.
Among its member states, Germany has been the only one able to check the rise of unemployment.
The Euro zone inflation level has been gradually on the decline, after it peaked briefly in 2011.
The problem with low inflation is that it has a direct impact on workers’ pay. When prices are not going up, there is no expansion in company profits, and hence no inclination on the part of the company to increase salaries or make more purchases. Stagnant income makes servicing of debts and loans a burden, and generally reduces consumer spending.
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