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A Million-Dollar Baby – Just Don´t Get Too Excited About it!

A Million-Dollar Baby – Just Don´t Get Too Excited About it!

On July 8th the European Union and the US officially launched negotiations aimed at creating the world´s largest free-trade area.

by Michel Anderlini on

State or Privately Owned?

State or Privately Owned?

The ownership of public services is one of the greatest dilemmas in our society.

by Christos Mouzeviris on

Can the Macedonia name dispute be resolved?

Can the Macedonia name dispute be resolved?

by Christos Mouzeviris on

Mohamed Morsi

Egypt and EU Diplomacy – Is there a pilot on the plane?

The reaction on Egypt's current situation circumscribes well the status and power of today's EU foreign policy.

by Michel Anderlini on

Giannis Antetokounmpo

Greece and the right to citizenship

Want to become a Greek citizen? Sorry, only if you score behind the three-point line...

by Anna Gkiouleka on

8 Billion Against the Lost Generation

8 Billion Against the Lost Generation

The election campaigning in Germany is about to start - it is hard to say how serious the German government really is about the measures.

by Jan Ottrand on

Eastern Europe Rises.

Eastern Europe Rises.

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Merkel met with 17 EU leaders in Berlin, agreeing on a youth employment scheme

How to create jobs in a recession? Part II: Measures by the European Union

Though the EU does not have a magic wand, the injection of money is a good idea to encourage companies to hire

by Dr. Eva Peña on

Europe's role in peacekeeping around the world.

Europe's role in peacekeeping around the world.

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How to create jobs in a recession? Part I: Europe's jobless youth

How to create jobs in a recession? Part I: Europe's jobless youth

EU leaders agree upon new measures to tackle young unemployment.

by Dr. Eva Peña on

Do the EU and Eurozone expansions bring hope and stability to the block?

Do the EU and Eurozone expansions bring hope and stability to the block?

It seems that despite the economic crisis that brought much doubt about the block's credibility, there are plenty of countries that still want to join

by Christos Mouzeviris on

#Infographic: EU Youth Unemployment

#Infographic: EU Youth Unemployment

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From EU-27 to EU-28

From EU-27 to EU-28

Croatia is joining the EU. What are the risks and perspectives to the EU’s 28th Member State?

by Aleko Stoyanov on

Rock the Union

Rock the Union

A tour will be launched to promote EU elections. The opportunity to join is still open.

by Andreea Anastasiu on

EU - from Australia to Greenland.

EU - from Australia to Greenland.

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In memorium - Al Berto - A Great European Poet

In memorium - Al Berto - A Great European Poet

Art was made to be shared, and this is maybe the main reason I am here now writing this article about this great author, poet and writer for you.

by Ines on

Cartagena, Colombia - Soon freely exchanging goods with the EU?

The EU-Colombia FTA: A controversial agreement

The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the EU and Colombia was the result of a long and exhaustive negotiation process that started in 2010

by Virág Gulyás on

Are we ready for the new climate?

Are we ready for the new climate?

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By Reuters.

Spying is not an acceptable practice between "partners"

The magazine "Der Spiegel" featured an article claiming that the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) bugged offices and spied on EU internal computers

by Christos Mouzeviris on

Croatia: Now officially a member of the EU

Debate with us: Croatia and the EU

In order to assess the possible benefits and dangers of Croatia's accession to the EU, we have launched a new Debate on Croatia in the EU

by Marcel Wiechmann on

Sea view on Rovinj, now part of the EU

Welcome Croatia!

OneEurope welcomes Croatia by offering an overview of the facts and consequences of the accession of Croatia

by Casper Ravnsted-Larsen on

Can you spot the change?

Croatia and the EU: The Challenges

This image will be outdated tomorrow. But is Croatia's accession into the EU a great opportunity, or a great challenge? Or perhaps both?

by Mateusz Krupczynski on

The European Green Capital

The European Green Capital

Did you know Bristol has been known for its green efforts for long?

by Yuliya Kosharevska on

Snowden: traitor or hero?

Blowing the Whistle on the Darkness of Government

Felt, Ellsberg, Assange, Manning and now Snowden, are just names. What they have done for society is providing us with honesty.

by Aisling Twomey on

Croatia will become part of the EU on the 1st of July

Croatia and EU enlargement

On July 1st, 2013, Croatia will become the 28th member state to accede to the European Union.

by André P DeBattista on

Which country/countries will join EU next?

Which country/countries will join EU next?

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Croatia - the youngest member of the European Family.

Croatia - the youngest member of the European Family.

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How many partners commit violence against women?

How many partners commit violence against women?

Three recently released studies paint a chilling picture of violence against women.

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Emblem of the Union for the Mediterranean

A Union for the Mediterranean

An overview of "The Union for the Mediterranean" a relatively young and developing institution, but at the same time a key player.

by André P DeBattista on

Looks familiar? Do we need an EU-wide digital rights management?

Looks familiar? Do we need an EU-wide digital rights management?

It depends on your current location whether you can watch a copyright-protected video online or not.

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