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I am a Spanish to English translator. I have been working with a variety of different translation agencies on a freelance basis for over 5 years, specialising in law, business, finance, marketing and social and political sciences, although I have translated for a wide variety of industries, including the University of Auckland, from the arts and literature through to gastronomy – a personal passion.

I am currently studying a Masters in Translation Studies at the University of West England,



Article Title: Translation sample
Date Created:
09/30/2011
Date Updated:
09/30/2011
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English
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Translation
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La historia de la UE es la historia de un éxito sin precedentes en la superación de las diferencias entre países europeos para construir la paz y la prosperidad comunes, pero también la historia de la proyección de esa paz y de esa prosperidad internas hacia el exterior. Hoy la UE es un actor global, por sus objetivos, por las políticas que desarrolla y por los medios con los que se ha dotado. Es conocida la afirmación de que Europa es un gigante económico pero un enano político. El Tratado de Lisboa supondría el primer paso en el proceso de construcción europea en el ámbito de la Política Exterior y de Seguridad Común (PESC) al dotar a la UE de personalidad jurídica propia y al crear la figura del Alto Representante para la Política Exterior y de Seguridad/vicepresidente de la Comisión que contará con el apoyo de un Servicio Europeo de Acción Exterior.
Sin embargo, la entrada en vigor del Tratado de Lisboa no supone por sí sola un salto cualitativo para la PESC. Al contrario, la fecha de la entrada en vigor marca el primer día de un calendario de trabajo intenso en el que la Presidencia española de la UE está llamada a jugar un papel clave. Será necesario avanzar tanto en lo que se refiere a la definición y ejecución de sus líneas de actuación estratégica, como en cuanto a los medios institucionales y financieros y a las capacidades de gestión de crisis con los que cuenta.

The EU’s history is the story of unparalleled success in overcoming the differences faced by European countries to achieve peace and common prosperity, but is also the story of the projection of that peace and prosperity towards countries outside the Union. Today the EU is a global player, because of its objectives, its policies and the means it has developed to implement them. The idea that Europe is an economic giant but a political dwarf is well known. The Treaty of Lisbon would be the first step in the process of European augmentation via the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) in giving the EU a legal character and in the creation of the post of High Representative for Foreign Policy and Security / Vice President of the Commission who would have the support of a European External Action Service.
However, this Treaty is not in itself a quantum leap forward for the CFSP. Instead, the date it comes into force marks the first day of an intense work schedule in which the Spanish Presidency of the EU is called to play a key role. It will be necessary to go further in both defining and implementing such strategic policies as with the institutional and financial means and crisis management capabilities that are available.
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