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What will be eating in 2025?

What will be eating in 2025?

Novel foods

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The best countries to grow old in

The best countries to grow old in

Europe is one of the best places to grow old in

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A 'thank you' message written by a Syrian refugee in Vienna's Westbahnhof

What has the immigration crisis taught us about Europe?

After spending time in Vienna’s Westbahnhof OneEurope guest contributor Anna Wilson reflects on what the refugee crisis is revealing about Europe.

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Geopolitics as a game of chess

Future empires and geopolitical equilibria

Discussing the latest strategies of today's world powers

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European Youth Report 2015

Infographic: European Youth Report 2015

The one-third of the most educated generation in Europe is at the risk of poverty

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Arrival of asylum seekers at a train station in Europe

The Balkans - the Alternative Solution to the Refugee Crisis

Can countries like Macedonia and Serbia help tackle the large influx of refugees seeking shelter in Europe?

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A personalised can of coke made for OneEurope at the Coca Cola pavilion

Milan World's Fair 2015

The word’s fair, best known as Expo, is currently taking place in Milan. The theme chosen for the 2015 World Exhibition is 'Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life', which is a very important issue considering the concerns and the forecasts of many specialists regarding the quantity of food that will be available globally in the near future.

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E-Commerce Europe 2013

Infographic: Northern European e-Commerce

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What work place rights the EU has introduced to the UK. Source: British Influence

EU protects workplace rights in the UK

The EU has introduced many beneficial workers' rights to the UK.

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Is the Erasmus Programme still appealing?

Is the Erasmus Programme still appealing?

Europe will always be appealing as Student Destination

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Brexit

Euroscepticism defended

OneEurope is keen to encourage a robust debate on the future of Britain in the EU. The article below by Young Eurosceptics makes the case against EU membership.

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Eid Mubarak

Eid Mubarak from the OneEurope team!

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Berlaymont building in Brussels, the headquarters of the European Commission

The Complexity of Policy-Making in Europe

An analysis of the complex processes that underpin decision-making in the European Union

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Cultural Diversity

Cultural Diversity

Key to Overcoming in the Crisis

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Syrian Refugees in the Middle East

Syrian Refugees aren't just in Europe

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Does UKIP polivcies protect womensä rights? Source: British Influence

What has UKIP done for women?

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One of the first solar benches

South East Europe Smart City Project

Focusing on renewable sources of energy for better cities

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countries with the most Arts and Humanities graduates

Top ten countries with the most Arts and Humanities graduates

Europe is the home of the greatest artists the world has ever seen

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Christiania is the second most popular tourist attraction in Copenhagen.

Christiania – the Drug Capital of Denmark?

On 9 September the police seized cannabis-containing drugs with an estimated street value of 350,000 crones in Christiania, a self-proclaimed state in the heart of Copenhagen. Five days earlier, they had seized there drugs worth around a million crones. This struggle against drugs has been going on for over 40 years. For her latest article for OneEurope, Maria Karnaukhova has been investigating whether Christiania represents a huge problem for public authorities or is just a popular tourist attraction.

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Cameron is confident that the British people want to remain in the European Union. Source: Business for New Europe.

Cameron supports the EU membership

The Prime Minister is confident that the people want to remain in the European Union.

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Refugee Women

Women, the Most Vulnerable of All Refugees

OneEurope guest contributor Natasha Xagorari explains why refugee women are particularly vulnerable to violence and abuse even as they make their journey into safer countries.

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no to xenophobia

Xenophobia in Europe: Analysis and Solutions

The refugee crisis that has taken a hold of Europe is one of the biggest tests that this union of nations has faced thus far, and the way in which it responds to it will very much determine the future development of the European Union. Much hangs in the balance, and solutions must be taken quickly and responsibly.

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Cooperation between China and Italy

Cooperation between Italy and China

In his recent contribution for OneEurope, Andrea Bonnetti interviewed Mr. Ugo PAPI, Head of the Asian relations with political parties of the Italian biggest party: Democratic Party (PD), about the cooperation between Italy and China.

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Protest against water charges in Ireland

Protest against water charges in Ireland

For the past five years the attention of the economic crisis in Europe, was focused on Greece. Every development, strike, protest, fault or scandal was reported by most major media organizations in the continent.

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Infographic: Syrian Refugees by Country

Infographic: Syrian Refugees by Country

Syrian Refugees as a Percentage of Population

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Students contribute to the UK economy. Source: Universities UK

International students are good for the UK economy

Students from abroad contribute significant amounts to the UK economy every year.

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Creating a European Identity

How can we create a true European Identity?

Exploring the factors that determine people to identify themselves as European citizens

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EU Budget 2016

EU Budget 2016

How much is at stake?

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How often does the UK win cases in the European Court of Human Rights. Source: RightsInfo

The European Court of Human Rights and the UK

Correcting claims about cases against the United Kingdom at the European Court of Human Rights.

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Top European Universities as ranked by Times Higher Education 2014-2015

Top European Universities as ranked by Times Higher Education

According to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2014-2015, the University of Oxford is the best in Europe.

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