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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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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

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Untold story of wilderness

Untold story of wilderness

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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

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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.

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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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Prince Castle

Culinary and Wine Delight in the Principality of Liechtenstein

When picturing small countries in our mind, we firstly imagine comfort, safety and peaceful living environment. This can truly be said about the Principality of Liechtenstein - a tiny country situated on the banks of the river Rhine, between Austria and Switzerland, which attracts visitors with its pristine nature and unspoiled living environment.

by Lilit Mkrtchyan on

People gathered near flowers and candles left in tribute to victims after the deadly truck attack in Nice,France, which left at least 84 dead.

Regarding the terrible attacks at Pulse club in Orlando, Florida and in Nice, France

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Europe after Brexit

Europe after Brexit

The “EU project” will continue to exist and play a crucial role for the European continent and the world, but Britain will be a simple observer.

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The alternatives for the UK in the post-Brexit era

The alternatives for the UK in the post-Brexit era

The economic consequences of leaving the EU will depend on what policies the UK adopts following Brexit. But lower trade due to reduced integration with EU countries is likely to cost the UK economy far more than is gained from lower contributions to the EU budget.

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Erdoğan’s New Turkey is Coming

Erdoğan’s New Turkey is Coming

Turkey is moving further from European values and closer to being a non-democratic regime

by Fábio Lopes Paulos on

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

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Eurasian Economic Union; a European or an Asian Union?

A rival or a possible partner of the EU?

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Unfortunately maybe we are not a family

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

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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.

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Portugal is the New European Champion

Portugal is the New European Champion

Celebrating Portugal's Euro 2016 win

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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

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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?

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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.

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EU, Scottish and UK flags

The day after tomorrow

What is next for the UK and the EU?

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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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