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The European Commission Priorities

The European Commission Priorities

Juncker Commission's 10 Priorities

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Polish RAF No. 303 Squadron

Remembering the Battle of Britain

On this historic day we remember all those that fought and why we must remain united in Europe

by Gareth Bell on

Culinary map of Europe according to Italy

How Italians see the culinary map of Europe

Italy is famous for its excellent cuisine.

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Percentage of immigrants in European countries

Percentage of immigrants in Europe

The numbers might not be as 'scary' as some would expect

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What the Norwegian model means as an alternative for the United Kindom (Source: British Influence)

Norwegian model for the United Kingdom?

How would the Norwegian model in the EU work for the United Kingdom

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Cliché!

List of Stereotypes of France and Frenchmen Seen from Abroad

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Education and Literacy: Proof of Belarus' Bright Future

Education and Literacy: Proof of Belarus' Bright Future

OneEurope author Lusine Sargsyan provides an overview of the education system in Belarus.

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Graphic visualising the response, when British people were asked to finish the sentence: "The UK's closest ties should be to..." (results in %).

No Country is an Island

What is the British identity and how can it relate to the European Union? Being geographically part and at the same time separated from the continent, it may be stated that Britain maintained quite a detached attitude towards it due to its island identity.

by Irina Suchkova on

A paramilitary police officer carries the lifeless body of Aylan Kurdi, 3, who died after boats carrying desperate Syrian migrants to the Greek island of Kos capsized, near Bodrum, Turkey.

Chaos and Shame in Europe – The Results of the Refugee Crisis

For months, refugees have desperately tried to enter Europe, escaping from violence in their home countries and in search of safety in Europe. For months, some EU member states have done everything possible to keep refugees out of their countries, doing everything to not fulfil their obligations as members of the Union.

by Oliver Krumme on

Online shoppers around the world

Infographic: Online Shopping Around the World

How much do your fellow citizens spend on online shopping?

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Crisis ahead

Is public investment the cure for the Greek economic crisis?

Many people think that the best way to tackle the Greek crisis is to cut public expenses, the income of senior citizens and the income of people working in the public sector. However, a more appropriate approach would be to have large investments made with public money and funding from the European Union.

by Athanasios Vasilopoulos on

How to Deal with Migration

How to Deal with Migration

State of the Union

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Jean-Claude Juncker, European Commission President, in Strasbourg this week.

Juncker: EU is better with Britain

Juncker addressed Brexit on his State of the European Union Speech this week.

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KCL Politics Society

King's College London Politics Society

Discussing the activities of one of the most active student societies of King's College London

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Infographic: The Great Syrian Escape

Infographic: The Great Syrian Escape

Where Syrians Come From And Where Do They Go To?

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The Barcaccia fountain in Rome was vandalized

Football Hooliganism throughout Europe

Football hooliganism remains an issue for Europe, as recently demonstrated by the violence and destruction caused by Dutch fans at a football match in Rome.

by Bella Felix on

The impact of Brexit in European Union

The impact of Brexit in European Union

Brexit would affect other European countries as well

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A Forest Strategy for the EU

Europe's Forests

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British Prime Minister David Cameron

Mr Cameron, dare you catch the train to Brussels? You might find unexpected allies.

OneEurope contributor Rob Heslop argues that British PM David Cameron should accept Guy Verhofstadt's invitation to address the European Parliament on his proposals for EU reform.

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GMO Legislation

GMO Legislation

Into More Opposition

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Top 10 countries protecting their environment

Top 10 countries protecting their environment

A healthy environment is the base for a wealthy society in the 21st century

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Labour Mobility in the EU: a Tale of Two Streams

Labour Mobility in the EU: a Tale of Two Streams

Analysing Current Trends Across the EU Workforce - Guest Article from Matthias Busse, Mikkel Barslund

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European Union membership in figures by CBI

EU membership in figures in the UK

The benefits of the EU membership outweigh its costs in the United Kingdom

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COP21 in Paris

The European Union has the keys for success of the COP21

A few months before the 21th Conference of Parties (COP21) is taking place in Paris, nearly 200 countries will try to enact a common agreement for the climate. If the effects of climate change become increasingly worrisome, Europe is ambitious. In international negotiations where agreements are decided unanimously, the EU must convince. For France, the host country, there are political and geopolitical issues. France is counting on the EU to assume the leadership and reconcile the divergent interests. An actual challenge.

by Robin Alves on

Albanian Sworn Virgin

Child Marriage in Europe and the Sworn Virgins of Northern Albania

Highlighting the human rights abuses that still exist in Europe today

by Blerina Karagjozi on

Social Exclusion in Europe

Infographic: Social Exclusion in Europe

Many Europeans are threatened by poverty

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There is only 1 EU member state in the top 10 countries with the highest percentage of female managers - Latvia at number 7.

Women should be at the centre of the future of the EU

Europe needs to lead by example in Gender Equality

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Is this the European Way to GO?

Is this the European Way to GO?

Fortress Hungary

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Infographic by the British Influence reveals the regional differences for the EU membership.

Britain supports EU membership

The latest polls reveal how the British people continue to support the EU.

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The European Dream and a new Ellis Island

The European Dream and a new Ellis Island

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