Presentation on theme: "Europe and the rest of the world. EU vs the rest of the world 7% of world’s population. 3% of world’s total land area. 35.5% higher GDP per capita. Average."— Presentation transcript:
EU vs the rest of the world 7% of world’s population. 3% of world’s total land area. 35.5% higher GDP per capita. Average life expectancy. Whole world:67.88 EU: 78.82 Children per family Whole world: 2.47 EU: 1.58
NATO Intergovernmental military alliance based on the North Atlantic Treaty which was signed on 4. April 1949. 28 members. 41 partners.
United Nations 192 members. International organization founded in 1945 after the Second World War by 51 countries. Committed to maintaining international peace and security.
Advantages of joining the European Union Better trading conditions results in better economy. Free movement of citizens. Working permisson for all citizens in all member states. Military conflicts are solved together (peace commitment). More influence in the world.
Educational system. The goals are: to enhance the environmental awareness of individuals worldwide to increase scientific understanding of the earth to improve students achievement in science and mathematics
University comparison (worlds top ten) In EU: Cambridge, UCL, Oxford, Imperial College of London, Rest of the world (US): MIT, Harvard, Yale, Chicago University, Princeton, Caltech.
A video about military operations led by EU and its countries. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LS5IbYck_rI
Relationships With USA Biggest trading partner of the EU Cooperation based on the Transatlantic Declaration. Cultural exchange in the form of education programs. Military cooperation (Iraq, Libia) Proposed free trade agreement between the European Union and United States.
Russia EU is Russias biggest trading partner with 52.3% of Russias foreign trade market. Cooperation based on Euro-Russian relations agreement. Russia has a significant role in the European energy sector as the largest exporter of oil and natural gas.
China Relations between China and EU established in 1975. Main point of contention in relations is EU’s arms ban to China. China is EUs second largest trading partner Most of it is industrial and manufactured goods
India The EU is india´s largest trading partner From 2000 the trade has more than doubled to 55.6 billion euros The 12th EU-India summit will confirm that EU and India are streghthening and rebalacing their partnership in its political dimension.
African countries There´s a plan of action between EU and Africa. It includes: Conflict prevention and resolution Regional cooperation and integration (supressing rebellions, training local forces, piracy) Integrating Africa into the world economy and trade. HIV/AIDS and communicable diseases. Human rights and democracy.
In conclusion EU is involved in military operations all around the globe. Trade agreements with many countries. EU helps to fight against poverty and unnecessary violence. Educational programs with rest of the world.
Thank you Timothy and Matteo. Sirly and Elisabetta. Kariin and Maria. Egert.