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Europe and Transnational Organizations
Europe and transnational organizations

Europe has been a leader in the creation of transnational organizations. Perhaps the most notable examples are the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the European Union (EU). The EU in particular is one of the world's most developed transnational organizations and is a major player in global politics and economics. Individuals from a wide variety of fields study how the EU works internally and acts externally. However, geographers have an interest in the EU as a spatial entity. The EU, often called the European project, is an attempt to bring together 27 European countries in close cooperation in a process known as European integration. As integration progresses, it has become as easy for Europeans to move from ...

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