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US Government shutdown. The cost of democracy?

US Government shutdown. The cost of democracy?

The media is red hot about the unexpected shutdown of the US. government. What is the backrgound of the events and what are the future perspectives?

by Christos Mouzeviris on

Roma population around Europe, estimates

The Roma in Europe - The French Experience

Immigration of Romanian and Bulgarian Romani people to France stir up a long-lasting heated debate

by Desislava Slavcheva on

Brussels Briefing on Environment: All you need to know for the month of October 2013

Brussels Briefing on Environment: All you need to know for the month of October 2013

This video provides an overview of the latest developments in the field of EU Environment Policy for the month of October

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The Guardian Incident: Clamping Down on Free Speech

The Guardian Incident: Clamping Down on Free Speech

Newspapers engaging in unwelcome investigation will meet, quite literally, with black helicopters

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What is holding back biofuels?

What is holding back biofuels?

What is holding back biofuels?

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Will we live on a Google continent?

Will we live on a Google continent?

for some reason, Google dominates across the entire European continent

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Europe and Europeans - questions of identity

Europe and Europeans - questions of identity

In the aim of building a European identity, multiculturalism may be the best strategy in addressing the mosaic of European identities.

by Dr. Loredana Patrutiu Baltes on

Over 4000 Europeans support OneEurope on Facebook!

Over 4000 Europeans support OneEurope on Facebook!

Thanks to YOU, we are able to create great content, reach many Europeans, and build the debate on a more Democratic & United Europe!

by Ivan Botoucharov on

Our Co-President asks: "How does the EU manage Immigration?"

Our Co-President asks: "How does the EU manage Immigration?"

"Immigration is necessary, but what policies does the EU have to integrate immigrants into the European society, side by side with the Europeans?"

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The Lampedusa tragedy calls for a pan-European reaction

The Lampedusa tragedy calls for a pan-European reaction

Refugees are attracted by European standards. An appropriate response to life-threatening migration attempts can only be archieved collectively.

by Christos Mouzeviris on

Commissioner Kroes defends EU Telecoms Package

Commissioner Kroes defends EU Telecoms Package

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The European Court of Human Rights courtroom

The end of impunity for EU human rights breaches?

The EU usually regards itself as an international human rights defender, putting sanctions on those who compromise basic human liberties

by Michel Anderlini on

"Save Rosia Montana" protests go on!

"Save Rosia Montana" protests go on!

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Nuclear Safety Directive

Nuclear Safety Directive

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UKIP, the Lernaean Hydra of British politics*

Beware UK of Bulgarian and Romanian invasion!

After the removal of immigration controls on Bulgaria and Romania UKip fears the threat of massive human fluxes from those countries

by Yuliya Kosharevska on

Europe the way separatist imagine it.

Europe and the old nationalisms (Part 2)

What does separatism truly mean?

by Ignasi Meda on

Gulf states ban gay people from entering their countries.

Gulf states ban gay people from entering their countries.

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Abortion laws in Europe.

Abortion laws in Europe.

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Political System of the European Union

European Parliament Powers after the Lisbon Treaty

The European Parliament - the only directly elected institution of the EU - has nowadays stronger powers in the decision-making process

by Desislava Slavcheva on

European Cyber Security Month - ECSM'13

European Cyber Security Month - ECSM'13

This video raises awareness on Cyber Security and presents the first European Cyber Security Month, October 2013, coordinated by DG CONNECT and ENISA

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Greens weigh in on shale gas

Greens weigh in on shale gas

Richard More O’Ferrall, spokesperson for the Greens Group, talks about their views on shale gas.

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What are we the best at?

What are we the best at?

According to this both funny, thought-provoking and - at times - disturbing map, we are indeed all the best at something

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"Save Rosia Montana"

"Save Rosia Montana": environmental cause meets civic dissatisfaction

Romanian citizens have been engaged in a struggle against corporate and governmental transgressions on environmental and citizenship rights

by Andrada David on

A challenging EU Presidency for Lithuania

A challenging EU Presidency for Lithuania

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Belarus: Dealing with 'Europe's Last Dictatorship'

Belarus: Dealing with 'Europe's Last Dictatorship'

The strategic geopolitical situation of Belarus, in the geographic heart of Europe, creates a very complex situation for the EU.

by Andreea Anastasiu on

Research in Europe - In search of research

Research in Europe - In search of research

The state of research activities in Europe: rank, ethics and prospects

by Andreea Cristina Apostol on

Great Expectations of Generation Y

Great Expectations of Generation Y

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How Climate Change can Change Life for Animals

How Climate Change can Change Life for Animals

A documentary on the effects climate change has on the ecosystems animals around the world rely on

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The Abolition of Poverty in Switzerland: A Template for Europe?

The Abolition of Poverty in Switzerland: A Template for Europe?

The success of a "Basic Income" campaign in Switzerland provides momentum to an equivalent EU initiative.

by Ivan Botoucharov on

Europeans don't like austerity.

Europeans don't like austerity.

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