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World Trade Organisation and the World Health Organisation  phenomenally total different policy areas - Part I

World Trade Organisation and the World Health Organisation phenomenally total different policy areas - Part I

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The impact of public opinion on the European Integration Process

The impact of public opinion on the European Integration Process

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Branding the nation: a new phenomenon or an existing competitive advantage?

Branding the nation: a new phenomenon or an existing competitive advantage?

by Natasha Xagorari on

Europe by Rail

Europe by Rail

EU 'ready to explore'

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New measures to combat VAT fraud

New measures to combat VAT fraud

Reform the EU’s 23-year old VAT system

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Cooperation as an important tool for the Portuguese Foreign Policy

Cooperation as an important tool for the Portuguese Foreign Policy

by Fábio Paulos on

World map showing the modern definition of the North-South divide

Bilateral vs. Multilateral Cooperation

by Fábio Paulos on

Brexit vs EU

Brexit Process will begin by the end of March 2017

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The Economist Intelligence Unit Democracy index map for 2015. Greener colours represent more democratic countries.

Is there any good political regime?

by Fábio Paulos on

Cooperation between people

A perspective of International Cooperation for Development

by Fábio Paulos on

EU flag in a fence

Home of the Lion: Slaughterhouse of the sheep

by Alex Saltout on

Merkel with refugees in Berlin

The rise of anti-immigrant policy in EU

The rise of anti-immigrant policy in EU

by Nikos Gonidakis on

Is the Eurozone crisis about to end or will it be a continuous standstill?

Is the future of Eurozone in trouble?

by Athanasios Vasilopoulos on

Two Hearts of Russia

Two Hearts of Russia

A British Russophile’s experiences of Moscow and St. Petersburg

by Emily Couch on

What's the future of EU budget?

What's the future of EU budget?

More transparency and own resources

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Number of guns per 100 inhabitants

Number of guns per inhabitant in Europe

Should we have a more strict policy on guns in Europe?

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2017 EU Budget

2017 EU Budget

Setting up negotiations

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https://www.statista.com/chart/5584/where-are-europes-unemployed-graduates/

Europe's Unemployed Graduates

Employment Rates of Recent Graduates in the EU

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Credit to European Commission

Be active

The European Week of Sport

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Wind Parks

Wind Parks

Industrial Network

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Same Dreams

Same Dreams

Standing against discrimination

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The Virtual War

The Virtual War

Europe against terror

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https://www.thrillist.com/news/nation/the-safest-countries-2016-global-peace-index

The Safest Countries 2016

Global Peace Index

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Cross-Border Solutions

Cross-Border Solutions

Connecting Europe Facility

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The EU and the Turkish flag

A "de facto suspension" of the EU-Turkey deal

by Katerina Dipla on

Untold story of wilderness

Untold story of wilderness

Transylvania

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the new Ak Saray presidential palace (White Palace) on the outskirts of Ankara

House of Coups

An insightful interview on the recent developments in Turkey after the failed coup attempt

by Leonidas Asimakopoulos on

the frescoes in the Town Hall Square, Stein am Rhein

Charming Stein am Rhein in Switzerland – a city of art

Some cities attract us with their colour and saturation; some elicit in us the sense of tranquillity or fulfilment. But there are those places that leave such a big trace in your heart that make you return there over and over again. This happened to me with the charming Stein am Rhein situated on the banks of the river Rhine, enriched with magnificent pieces of art beautifying the city buildings.

by Lilit Mkrtchyan on

EP in 40 seconds

EP in 40 seconds

The European Parliament

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Police and army officers in Brussels

Europe: The new war zone

The current attacks, have, subsequently, placed each and every citizen questioning whether there is a fine line between interesting times, and destructive times, questioning our own values, ideas, and raison d’etre, for if we fail to ensure the security of European citizens, then post 1945, have we actually succeeded, or just prolonged the curse of war on this continent?

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