The debates around the law against "gay propaganda" embrace new dimensions: boycotting the 2014 Winter Olympic Games as a counterbalance solution?
The now sixty-two year old united Europe is beginning to resemble the United States, that have existed for nearly 250 years
Greenhouse gas emissions come from a host of different places
Buying European products has many benefits to creating jobs, stimulating growth, saving the environment and protecting consumers.
Thanks to significant growth and new partnerships, we have been able to create several new exciting positions!!
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.
The continuation of yesterday's article further reveals the Portuguese situation which is less known in Europe
Under the amplification of controversies, the traditional political parties and institutions are facing a "hot summer" in Portugal
On the 12th of August, the Sziget Festival closed its gates after a wild party week
Could the relationship between Egypt and the EU serve as a model and a case-study for future EU foreign policy initiatives?
There is significant momentum for EU-US unity, but cultural and social differences are creating the same problems which Europe itself is experiencing.
On the ‘Right to Privacy’ in Europe after the revelation of the PRISM programme
A glimpse into the theatrical activism of FEMEN: history, movements and goals
One of the most common arguments of the Euro-skeptics is that the EU is a corrupt and undemocratic block
What will the future of European Defence look like?
Rethinking the EU "democratic deficit": Can we start building a better and credible Europe through the rapprochement between North and South?
Many cities in different European countries are remarkably similar. Thessaloniki and Izmir are such towns, closely linked by history and culture.
Nowadays it is not easy to find a job even after having interships. Indeed, it is not even easy to find a proper internship.
Separation of church and state for Europe is as noble as it is problematic
Statistical data shows that every year more Russians would like to leave their country, but is this really true?
The EU directive aimed to restrict the financial cooperation beyond the Green Line has raised a series of controversies with ascendent political zest
During the last European Parliament elections, I wanted to exercise my democratic right and vote. But at the last minute, I found out that I could not
Languages vary across Europe, and that's part of the beauty of our continent
Thousands of Bulgarians have been peacefully protesting for more than a month. They want the government to resign and a general change in politics
From 2000 to 2004, the number of students in England, Wales and Northern Ireland taking Advanced Level exams in Chinese increased by 57%