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Breaking News: Sorry Europe, fascism is here!

Breaking News: Sorry Europe, fascism is here!

The economic situation has exacerbated the misery in our daily life

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The building of Reichstag in Berlin

The importance of the German elections for Europe

At the end of September Europe's leading economy is going to the polls, affecting the whole of EU.

by Christos Mouzeviris on

Hello! Do you speak... European?

Hello! Do you speak... European?

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OneEurope on GooglePlus!

OneEurope on GooglePlus!

Help us build the Debate on a more Democratic and United Europe!

by Ivan Botoucharov on

European flags.

European flags.

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The government: a friend of the people?

The government: a friend of the people?

Never before has the role of government been discussed more than in present times.

by Andreea Cristina Apostol on

What do our discoveries mean today?

What do our discoveries mean today?

This Age of Exploration has in some ways defined our relations with the rest of the world ever since

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Is there something fishy about the EU seafood industry? II

Is there something fishy about the EU seafood industry? II

As of 2011, the fishing industry in Europe employed 141 110 full time workers and had a fishing fleet of 84 909 vessels.

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To Vote is to Exercise Citizen Power

To Vote is to Exercise Citizen Power

In the last EU Parliament elections in 2009, abstention was the highest in 30 years time; 57% of voters chose not to exercise their voting right

by Anabela Ventura on

English in numbers

English in numbers

The infographic below introduces some curious facts about English and about languages in general.

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Is there something fishy about the EU sea food industry? I

Is there something fishy about the EU sea food industry? I

As of 2011, the fishing industry in Europe employed 141 110 full time workers and had a fishing fleet of 84 909 vessels.

by OneEurope on

Moldova and the EU

The Republic of Moldova – Towards the Point of ‘No Return’

What will the Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius bring for Moldova?

by Andreea Anastasiu on

"I believe a political union needs to be our horizon" - Barroso

"I believe a political union needs to be our horizon" - Barroso

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Encouraging Entrepreneurship in Europe

Encouraging Entrepreneurship in Europe

Lack of youth entrepreneurship is further sinking the already critical European economy. What solutions can we find?

by Christos Mouzeviris on

The future is coming... and fast!

The future is coming... and fast!

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We've come a long way...

We've come a long way...

We've come a long way...

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Does Obama want to make the EU-US free trade his signature achievement?

Does Obama want to make the EU-US free trade his signature achievement?

Dr. Daniel Hamilton argues the Obam Administration will push to wrap up negotiations within his last term

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The most attractive Europeans live in...

The most attractive Europeans live in...

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A Reconciliation Charter for Central Europe - Charta XXI

A Reconciliation Charter for Central Europe - Charta XXI

The turbulent history of Central Europe gives rise to hostility, bitterness and estrangement.

by Bori Pentek on

Europe needs you to start an initiative

Europe needs you to start an initiative

We’re the first digital natives of the history of mankind. Now we’re standing on the verge of a new realm.

by Kurt Janssens on

School uniform: Russian experience

School uniform: Russian experience

A new legislation in Russia is trying to hide social, cultural, and even religious differences by bringing back school uniforms

by Natalia Ghincul on

Is Germany "Too big for Europe, too small for the world"?

Is Germany "Too big for Europe, too small for the world"?

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Protest ''Salvati Rosia Montana''

Rosia Montana: Romania Rising

Economic opportunity or environmental disaster?

by Kai Frithjof Brand-Jacobsen on

Military Intervention in Syria and the EU

Military Intervention in Syria and the EU

There seems to be a strange silence about a common European stance towards the question of military action. So where is the EU?

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Who pays the European environment taxes?

Who pays the European environment taxes?

European environment taxes come from various sources

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The crisis of representative democracy in the EU - The European year of citizens 2013

The crisis of representative democracy in the EU - The European year of citizens 2013

Bridging the gap between the EU and its citizens through the Digital revolution - A myth or a reality?

by Lofred Madzou on

UN Security Council room

Reforming the United Nations Security Council

Created in 1946, many argue the U.N. Security Council is in serious need of a reform in membership, to reflect an increasingly multipolar world

by Christos Mouzeviris on

The EU – a player in Egypt?

The EU – a player in Egypt?

The EU has agreed to suspend its arms sales to Egypt at an extraordinary Foreign Affairs Council

by Michel Anderlini on

#Infographic: Eco-innovation in a nutshell

#Infographic: Eco-innovation in a nutshell

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What makes the Syria situation so complex?

What makes the Syria situation so complex?

Syria is a pivotal player in the Middle Eastern house of cards.

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