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EU Treaties

Treaty establishing the European Coal and Steel Community Signed: 1951 Purpose: to create interdependence in coal and steel so that one country could no longer mobilise its armed forces without others knowing. This eased distrust and tensions af
Treaties of Rome : EEC and EURATOM treaties Signed: 1957 Purpose: to set up the European Economic Community (EEC) and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom). Main changes: extension of European integration to include general economic cooperati
Merger Treaty - Brussels Treaty Signed: 1965 Purpose: to streamline the European institutions. Main changes: creation of a single Commission and a single Council to serve the then three European Communities (EEC, Euratom, ECSC). Repealed by th
Single European Act Signed: 1986 (Luxembourg) / 1986 (The Hague) Purpose: to reform the institutions in preparation for Portugal and Spain's membership and speed up decision-making in preparation for the single marke
Treaty on European Union - Maastricht Treaty Signed: 1992 Purpose: to prepare for European Monetary Union and introduce elements of a political union (citizenship, common foreign and internal affairs policy). Main changes: establishment of the Europ
Treaty of Amsterdam Signed: 1997 Purpose: To reform the EU institutions in preparation for the arrival of future member countries. Main changes: amendment, renumbering and consolidation of EU and EEC treaties. More transparent dec
Treaty of Nice Signed: 2001 Purpose: to reform the institutions so that the EU could function efficiently after reaching 25 member countries. Main changes: methods for changing the composition of the Commission and red
Treaty of Lisbon Signed: 2007 Purpose: to make the EU more democratic, more efficient and better able to address global problems, such as climate change, with one voice. Main changes: more power for the European Parliame
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