1.The European Union brings together the member states under one single common law, while still allowing the nations to keep their own sovereignty.
2.The nations are bound together to “promote economic and social progress which is balanced and sustainable, in particular through the creation of an area without internal frontiers.” ( It combines the nations economically and socially)
3. It will establish a new council and commission that all the member nations are subject to.… Read the rest here
The European Free Market Trade Area published in 1957 served as a post war petition to bring economic unity to various European states previously in political opposition. Trade barriers prevent potentially valuable communications for solidifying positive social relations; historically, one country preventing the means of trade of another either served as a product of, or enabled political tension. Economic homogenization assisting as a method of political unification remained a common strategic political policy throughout the remainder of the century.… Read the rest here