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The fate of the EU

The fate of the EU

The European Union has undoubtedly been the most fascinating experiment in the history of political discourse, but the reason its accomplishments seemed so artificial is the bloc's whole controversy.

by Alex Saltout on

The Commonwealth of Independent States flag

Eurasian Economic Union; a European or an Asian Union?

A rival or a possible partner of the EU?

by Olga Tsoukala on

A Union Flag flutters next to a European Union (EU) flag, and other

Unfortunately maybe we are not a family

Some serious developments seem to threat the vision of the European Integration

by Angelis Panopoulos on

Ambassadors for Structured Dialogue on YOUth

Ambassadors for Structured Dialogue on YOUth

The Structured Dialogue programme links young people and decision-makers to ensure young people’s voices are heard in the European policy-shaping process.

by Ana Nedelcu on

Portugal is the New European Champion

Portugal is the New European Champion

Celebrating Portugal's Euro 2016 win

by Fábio Paulos on

What do you expect of the EU?

What do you expect of the EU?

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Portugal's President and the Portuguese Flag

A different way to celebrate Portugal’s National Day

Portugal's President is creating new traditions by celebrating the National Day in France

by Fábio Paulos on

Old Town market square in Wroclaw (Poland) in the morning.

Wroclaw: the European Capital of Culture 2016

This year the status of the European Capital of Culture has been granted to Wroclaw. Why Wroclaw?

by Kinga Natalia Kuchta on

A Pro-NATO Argument for Finland to Remain Neutral

A Pro-NATO Argument for Finland to Remain Neutral

Matthew Heywood-Cunliffe argues that Finland should remain a neutral state and not seek NATO membership.

by Matthew Heywood-Cunliffe on

EU, Scottish and UK flags

The day after tomorrow

What is next for the UK and the EU?

by Leonidas Asimakopoulos on

European Semester

European Semester

The tool to keep EU countries in the all clear

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Europe by 2022

How will Europe look like by 2022?

Ever wondered how thigs are gonna look like 5-10 years from now?

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Reactions from the European Parliament

Reactions from the European Parliament

Britain votes to leave

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Norbert Hofer

The Latest Trends in European Politics

Is the Far Right Taking over Europe?

by Klaudjo Kavaja on

Unfair trading practices

Unfair trading practices

Supermarkets v. Farmers

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Number of Metal Bands in Europe

Number of Metal Bands in Europe

Europe rocks!

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Pride Parades Around the World

Infographic: Pride Parades Around the World

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Summer Escape to Armenia

Summer Escape to Armenia

What You can do in Armenia during the Summer

by Lilit Mkrtchyan on

Sexual harrasment in EU

Sexual harrasment in EU

Surprised?

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European Policy of Education - a reference and its importance

European Policy of Education - a reference and its importance

Calliope Didaskalou analyses the history, effect and significance of the European Policy of Education.

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Culinary map of Europe

The culinary map of Europe according to Greece

Europe's diversity is also present in food

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Actors with a global reach

Actors with a global reach

EP Delegations

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"Mother" in European languages

How to say "Mother" in European languages

The most important word of them all...

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United States Of Europe. An unrealistic scenario?

United States Of Europe. An unrealistic scenario?

Marios Nomikos analyses the history of European integration, the current issues facing the European project and the future perspectives for dealing with them in the best way for all Europeans.

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Philip Rákay, author of the book ‘Freedom Square 89’

Freedom Square 89 – A Book on an Era

“Hopefully, It Will Be Easier for You, My Darling”

by Barbara Majsa on

Japanese stereotypes of Europe

Japanese stereotypes of European countries

Based on Japanese Google autocomplete suggestions

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The latest stats on "General Government Gross Depth" by Eurostat.

Why taxes and financial measures cannot bring the money back to creditors

Athanasios Vasilopoulos analyses the dramatic measures taken by governments to repay loans in haste, which often lead to long term issues in the real economy of the affected countries.

by Athanasios Vasilopoulos on

US Presidential candidates

The next president of the USA

Who would be the best for the job

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On the Arrivals Board

On the Arrivals Board

Airline Passenger Data Sharing

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Nuit Debout: an overview of the French movement

Nuit Debout: an overview of the French movement

Maeva Chargros presents the latest situation in the protests in France and other European countries (together with quotes from the participants), and analyses the events which led to them, and which could dramatically change Europe.

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