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The European Union is an economic and political union of 27 European Member States, which is accessible by all European countries that meet the set democratic and economic criteria. The term European Union was adopted in 1993 following the Maastricht Treaty. The remit of the Union includes internal markets, the Euro zone, and common agricultural and trade policies.
The Library of Parliament has an extensive EU collection which includes publications, working documents, directives, treaties and databases etc.
Great Britain’s referendum on EU membership on 23 June 2016. This information package is available in Finnish only.
1 January 2015 marked the 20th anniversary of Finland’s membership in the EU. The information package is available on our Finnish website.
Suomen liittyminen Euroopan unioniin -tietopaketti
The main information sources in matters pertaining to the EU. The package is available on our Finnish and Swedish pages only. EU-tietopaketti and
The information package on the economic crisis in Europe is a compilation of key decisions and documents relating to the European economic crisis. The package is available on our Finnish pages only.
Euroopan talouskriisi -tietopaketti
- Cahiers de droit européen - Common Market Law Review - Europarecht- European Law Review - European Public Law - European Union Politics - Journal of Common Market Studies
European Union, EU law