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New France, new Europe?

New France, new Europe?

Our first Podcast, right after the French Election 2017. Voices from the Street of Paris, impact on the EU and future relations to Germany with Omar Nür-Nathoo, Millie Kershaw, Cedric R., Paul Andrew James Dunne and Cherian Grundmann.

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Europe Day

Europe Day

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Europe vs America

How did France rejected populism?

What went wrong in America?

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Cedric R.(left) and Jordan Jeandon(right) from France as well as British Ex-Patriate Millie from Paris are worried about the Presidential Election in France

"The popularity of populism can’t be dismissed"

Eyes are on the Presidential Election in France all across Europe. These three young insiders are concerned about the aftermath of this historic election for France and the European Union

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Romanian protesters

The corrupt Romanian politicians want their country back.. from the people

Romanian politicians don't give up so easy on their fellow convicts

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Macron vs Le Pen

French elections

Who will be the next French President?

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This might be the New Turkey's time

This might be the New Turkey's time

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Is individual empowerment the path to social empowerment?

Is individual empowerment the path to social empowerment?

by Natasha Xagorari on

Should the Elgin Marbles be returned to Greece?

Should the Elgin Marbles be returned to Greece?

by George Vasiloglou on

The Al-Shayrat airbase, Tomahawks, and the Russian S-400 systems

The Al-Shayrat airbase, Tomahawks, and the Russian S-400 systems

by Evangelos Grapsas on

Greece and Ireland beeing bailed out by the EU

Young Greeks in crisis, in a post crisis country

Greece experiences a wave of mass emigration. The experience of ex-patriates may be a key to learn best practices from other countries.

by Christos Mouzeviris on

The most impossible job in the World is now held by Guterres

The most impossible job in the World is now held by Guterres

by Fábio Lopes Paulos on

Greek public procurement problems and corruption

Greek public procurement problems and corruption

by George Karabelas on

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Athens

The Macedonia name dispute: Will it ever be solved?

by George Avgoustis on

Erdoğan pushes to restore death penalty

Erdoğan pushes to restore death penalty

by Katerina Dipla on

The strategic History of Terrorism: Analyzing the past and planning the future

The strategic History of Terrorism: Analyzing the past and planning the future

by Theocharis Livanos on

EU prevention policy puts Eritreans at risk of imprisonment, torture and death

EU prevention policy puts Eritreans at risk of imprisonment, torture and death

by Narine Petrosyan on

Europe in Crisis

Europe point zero

by Olga Tsoukala on

A collapsing vision

A collapsing vision

by Leonidas Asimakopoulos on

Brexit Grexit and Italexit: What is happening to Europe?

Brexit Grexit and Italexit: What is happening to Europe?

by Athanasios Vasilopoulos on

Over 120.000 people protested in Bucharest alone and some other 200.000 in the rest of the country

Romanian democracy and rule of law are in danger

EU officials are extremely worried

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Junker

EU worried by the actions of the socialist government in Bucharest, Romania

The government in Bucharest is trying to soften the anti-corruption legislation

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Euthanasia: A matter of life and death Dateline's special, Allow Me To Die, examines the world's most liberal euthanasia laws in Belgium.

To die or to live dying?

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Flag graphic Russia EU US

Is Russia actually a threat to Europe?

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How does globalisation affect the political landscape and democracy?

Globalists vs. Nationalists? It's not that simple.

Globalization has fractured political leaders and civil society into two fractions, or has it? The reality is more complex and democratic clarity may lead a way out of the tensions of globalization.

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The experiences of media literacy, the refugee issue and the role of online journalism

The experiences of media literacy, the refugee issue and the role of online journalism

An event about Migration and the EU

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Congress in Kumanovo: VMRO-DPMNE Will Confirm Its Support for Nikola Gruevski

Elections in the FYRo Macedonia

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One of the 2.900 White Helmets volunteers, who is rescuing a child from a destroyed building, they have saved more than 70.000 lives

We should all be ashamed

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Renzi resigns after NO result

Referendum in Italy: results and possible impacts

by Katerina Dipla on

Pro Erdogan rally after the failed coup attempt

Turkey's unfolding expansionism

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