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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

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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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Cinema in Europe

Cinema in Europe

After the Second World War, cinema was used in every European country to reveal the need to show common life reality

by Santino Santinelli on

Guess where this picture was taken…

Guess where this picture was taken…

Maldives? Italy? New Zealand?

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Oath of Office taken by former Greek PM (George Papandreou)

To the father, the son, the holy spirit... AND THE STATE? (II)

Following the first part, already published, the relationship between religion and politics in Greece is now questioned in face of the severe crisis

by Danai Loukas on

The Bustan Al-Qasr district of Aleppo after a mortar shell hit

To intervene or not to intervene: that is the question

The recent events in Syria have stunned the whole world. Should the EU seek a military intervention in Syrian territory?

by Edgaras Katinas on

Oia, Santorini island (Greece)

To the father, the son, the holy spirit... AND THE STATE? (I)

Combining the ecclesiastical dimension with more secular aspects, the Greek Church seems to be an active source of dissatisfaction

by Danai Loukas on

Military action in Syria.

Military action in Syria.

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The Hijab Outcry

The Hijab Outcry

In Sweden, the simple wearing of a headscarf has transformed in a terrifiant incident with controversial implications

by Klara Andersson on

Is Moldova ready to join EU?

Is Moldova ready to join EU?

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Europe and the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Europe and the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Civilians are leaving Syria in thousands every day, leaving everything behind except what they can carry in those frantic moments of flight.

by Aisling Twomey on

How would you say that?

How would you say that?

Some words are almost untranslatable, but we can try

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Inflows of immigrants are raising many protests and causing prejudice. But are these justified?

The European Migration View

Leaving your country and going to live in another is never easy, no matter the reasons why you do it.

by Anabela Ventura on

Migration through the Mediterranean

Migration through the Mediterranean

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COPERNICUS will ensure regular observation and monitoring of the atmosphere, oceans, and continental surfaces

The European Space programme

More than ever our future depends on the implementation of the effective environmental policies that would provide reliable data

by Lachezar Filchev on

Permission denied: Boat people, the next crisis to come?

Permission denied: Boat people, the next crisis to come?

The situation for asylum seekers in Europe is dire. Will refugees be “the next EU crisis”?

by Michel Anderlini on

Human neural stem cells differentiate into neurons (red) and astrocytes (green)

Research on the Medical Potential of Stem Cells: Where does Europe stand?

Once the pioneer of innovative research, Europe seems to be trapped today between societal and ethical dilemmas

by Driss Lembachar on

Civil Society for a Participatory Democracy

Civil Society for a Participatory Democracy

"I think, in the longer view of things, there is a very powerful pull in the direction of participatory government." - Paul Wolfowitz

by Simona Pronckute on

Gay "Propaganda" is banned in Russia - When will they ban human right abuses?

Gay "Propaganda" is banned in Russia - When will they ban human right abuses?

The debates around the law against "gay propaganda" embrace new dimensions: boycotting the 2014 Winter Olympic Games as a counterbalance solution?

by Christos Mouzeviris on

Attitude towards tourists across the world.

Attitude towards tourists across the world.

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Uniting Europe through Pride - How boosting Europe’s ego can save the E.U.

Uniting Europe through Pride - How boosting Europe’s ego can save the E.U.

The now sixty-two year old united Europe is beginning to resemble the United States, that have existed for nearly 250 years

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Where do greenhouse gasses come from?

Where do greenhouse gasses come from?

Greenhouse gas emissions come from a host of different places

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'Made in EU' – How a 'Buy European' campaign can create Growth and Jobs!

'Made in EU' – How a 'Buy European' campaign can create Growth and Jobs!

Buying European products has many benefits to creating jobs, stimulating growth, saving the environment and protecting consumers.

by Ivan Botoucharov on

New Internships at OneEurope!

New Internships at OneEurope!

Thanks to significant growth and new partnerships, we have been able to create several new exciting positions!!

by Ivan Botoucharov on

To all Interns in Brussels, to all Interns! Message Nr. 2.

To all Interns in Brussels, to all Interns! Message Nr. 2.

You may remember Virag's first message to all interns and young job-seekers. Two weeks later, here are some more tips on how not to get discouraged.

by Virág Gulyás on

The Minister of Finance with the Former Treasury Secretary

Chronicle of Portuguese Politics II.

The continuation of yesterday's article further reveals the Portuguese situation which is less known in Europe

by Margarida Hourmat on

The irrevocable resignation and other tales - Chronicle of Portuguese Politics I

The irrevocable resignation and other tales - Chronicle of Portuguese Politics I

Under the amplification of controversies, the traditional political parties and institutions are facing a "hot summer" in Portugal

by Margarida Hourmat on

The Island of Freedom

The Island of Freedom

On the 12th of August, the Sziget Festival closed its gates after a wild party week

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