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European External Action Service

institutions, formed by merger of the external relation departments of the Council and the European Commission, sitting outside those institutions and it also has its own independent budget. History The EEAS was first included in the original European Constitution, a single EU external relations department was seen as necessary to support the proposed single HR (High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy) post; as Charles Grant, Director of the Centre for European Reform, says it would '...be like having a conductor without an orchestra—or rather, a conductor trying to conduct two separate orchestras at the same time.' The '''Directorate-General for the External Relations''' (DG RELEX) (DG E VIII) was a Directorate-General of the European Commission, responsible for the external policy. The DG was merged into the European External Action Service in 2010, headed by Catherine Ashton (the High Representative). Merger Under the Lisbon Treaty, the European External Action Service (EEAS) took over RELEX's functions, merging them with its counterparts in the Council of the European Union as of 1 December 2010. Under the second Barroso Commission, the elements of RELEX relating to international climate change negotiations were transferred to the new Climate Action DG. http: europa.eu rapid pressReleasesAction.do?reference IP 10 164&format HTML&aged 0&language EN&guiLanguage en This was in preparation for the merger as not all foreign policy DGs were to be merged but elements of a number. A minor turf war erupted as the Commission attempted to retain control of certain policy areas in the face of EEAS' consolidation. Those areas of RELEX that the commission retains but needs close cooperation with the EEAS were established in a new DG, the Foreign Policy Instruments Service. '''Robert Francis Cooper''', CMG (Order of St Michael and St George), MVO (Royal Victorian Order) (born 1947 in Essex, United Kingdom) is a British diplomat and advisor currently serving as a Counsellor in the European External Action Service. He is also a member of the European Council on Foreign Relations and is an acclaimed publisher on foreign affairs.


Huntsville, Ontario

Change Your Child’s Life." Education Public education for students from kindergarten through high school is administered by the Trillium Lakelands District School Board, which oversees the town's single high school, Huntsville High School (Ontario


Tokelau

Christmas Island , the Phoenix (Phoenix Islands) and even the Union (Tokelau) islands (until 1925) were incorporated piecemeal into the Gilbert and Ellice Islands over the next 20 years. The BWPT was a colonial entity created in 1877, and governed by a single High Commissioner) until 1971, only five years before its abolition. The '''demographics of New Zealand''' encompass the gender, ethnic, religious, geographic, and economic backgrounds of the 4.4 million people living


Cook Islands

Governors since 3 January 1841 * at Rarotonga since the 1888 establishment of the British protectorate over the Cook Islands; the third and last incumbent stayed on as first Resident Commissioner since 1901, at the incorporation in the British Western Pacific Territories (under a single High Commissioner, till its 1976 dissolution, in Suva or Honoria), until the abolition of the post at the 1965 self-government grant as territory in free association with New Zealand, having its own


Chad

as Republic of Chad, had a single High Commissioner from 22 January 1959: Daniel Marius Doustin (b. 1920) until its 11 August 1960 independence from France. *Congo-Brazzaville (variously named, often Middle Congo) had a single High commissioner, a bit after it was granted on 28 November 1958 autonomy (as Republic of Congo), 7 January 1959 – 15 August 1960: Guy Noël Georgy (b. 1918 – d. 2003) after many Lieutenant governors since 11 December 1888 (under the governor-general of AEF, except the several cases when he governed the French Congo personally); afterwards it was an independent republic The Skyraiders had only a short career in Algeria. But they nonetheless proved to be the most successful of all the ad hoc COIN aircraft deployed by the French. The Skyraider remained in limited French service until the 1970s. They were heavily involved in the civil war in Chad, at first with the ''Armée de l'Air'', and later with a nominally independent local air force staffed by French mercenaries. The aircraft also operated under the French flag in Djibouti and on the island of Madagascar. When France at last relinquished the Skyraiders it passed the survivors on to client states, including Gabon, Chad, Cambodia and the Central African Republic. Francillon 1979, pp. 403–404. (several aircraft from Gabon and Chad have been recovered recently by French warbird enthusiasts and entered on the French civil register). *Bahrain *Chad (with French (French language)) *Comoros (with French (French language) and Comorian (Comorian language)) *Central African Republic *Chad (with Arabic (Arabic language)) *Comoros (with Arabic and Comorian) - valign "top" width "25%" Albania Algeria Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan The Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Canada Chad Chile China Colombia Comoros Republic of the Congo Costa Rica Côte d'Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic width "25%" Democratic Republic of the Congo Denmark Djibouti Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Estonia Finland France Gabon The Gambia Georgia (Georgia (country)) Germany Ghana Greece Guatemala Guinea Guinea-Bissau Honduras Hungary Hong Kong Iceland India Indonesia Iran Ireland (Republic of Ireland) Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kenya Kyrgyz Republic Latvia *Mehdi Ben Barka (1965), Moroccan socialist leader and Third-World Tricontinental leader, ''disappeared (forced disappearance)'' in Paris *Outel Bono (1973), Chadian medical doctor and anti-Tombalbaye (François Tombalbaye) activist *Jean de Broglie (1976), former minister and one of the French negotiators of the Évian Accords Afrotropic *Sudd - Sahelian flooded grasslands and savannas (Cameroon, Chad, Ethiopia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Sudan, Uganda) **AT0903 Inner Niger Delta flooded savanna thumb President Tombalbaye marching in a parade celebrating the tenth anniversary of independence. (Image:François Tombalbaye.jpg) '''François Tombalbaye''', also called '''Ngarta Tombalbaye''' (June 15, 1918 – April 13, 1975), was a teacher and a trade union activist who served as the first president of Chad. He was born in the southern region of the country in the Moyen-Chari Prefecture near the city of Koumara and was of the Sara (Sara people) ethnic group, the prominent ethnicity in the five southern prefectures. Tombalbaye succeeded Gabriel Lisette as head of the Chadian Progressive Party (PPT), heading Chad's colonial (colonialism) government from 1959. He ruled the country during its independence on August 11, 1960, and was appointed its first head of government. International recognitions of SADR A main front of the diplomatic struggle between Morocco and POLISARIO is over international recognitions of the SADR as Western Sahara's would-be legitimate government. In 2004, South Africa announced formal recognition of the SADR, delayed for ten years despite unequivocal promises by Nelson Mandela as apartheid fell. This came since the announced referendum for Western Sahara was never held. Kenya and Uruguay followed in 2005, and relations were upgraded in some other countries, while recognition of the SADR was cancelled by others (Albania WikiPedia:Chad Dmoz:Regional Africa Chad Commons:Category:Chad


Benin

Africa AEF colony) under its own Governor, shortly after it was on 28 November 1958 granted autonomy as Republic of Chad, had a single High Commissioner from 22 January 1959: Daniel Marius Doustin (b. 1920) until its 11 August 1960 independence from France. Academics Gonzaga's liberal arts tradition lies in its core curriculum, which integrates philosophy, religious studies, mathematics, literature, natural and social sciences, and extensive writing in each major discipline. Gonzaga


Mali

, there was a single

High commissioner


Northern Ireland

and Portadown Railway Stations with a single high speed terminal in central Craigavon. The Craigavon Area Hospital was built to replace small hospitals in the local towns. '''Education in Northern Ireland''' differs slightly from systems used elsewhere in the United Kingdom, though it is more similar to that used in England and Wales than it is to Scotland. !-- education in England, Wales and Northern Ireland has surely been 'standardised


France

the SCALP uses a single high-penetration warhead, the Apache's effect is obtained by dispersal of 10 cluster (cluster bomb) submunitions. The '''Battle of Landen''' (or '''Neerwinden'''), in the current Belgian (Belgium) province of Flemish Brabant, was a battle in the Nine Years' War, fought in present-day Belgium on 29 July 1693 between the French (France) army of François-Henri de Montmorency, duc de Luxembourg Marshal

bases. Since 1917, the islands have been known as the U.S. Virgin Islands. Early life and career Born in Creston, Iowa on February 13, 1894, he attended the University of Iowa in 1915. Brown served in France as an infantry captain during World War I. After the war, Brown was employed by Montgomery Ward and was promoted to Assistant General Operating Manager within eight years. The lack of a single high-powered frequency for the east

of the county was because of international frequency clearance problems due to the proximity to France across the English Channel. Instead three low-powered transmitters were installed in Ashford (Ashford, Kent), Folkestone Dover and Thanet. This problem did not affect BBC national and local radio, which use a single high-powered site at Swingate, near Dover. mb21 - The Transmission Gallery Also


Berlin

1949 – 5 May 1955), the Soviet Zone (after a military commander April 1945 – 9 June 1945 who stayed as first of three Military governors 9 June 1945 – 10 October 1949, the last of whom stayed on as only Chairman of the Soviet Control Commission 10 October 1949 – 28 May 1953, two High commissioners 28 May 1953 – 20 September 1955) and the French Zone (after a Military commander from May 1945 and a Military governor from July 1945, a single High commissioner 21 September 1949 – 5 May 1955


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