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The Island of Freedom

The Island of Freedom

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

by Ramona Koska on

10 amazing things about Europe.

10 amazing things about Europe.

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Catherine Ashton at her meeting with President Mursi in June, the last before his ousting

Egypt: A template for EU foreign policy-making?

Could the relationship between Egypt and the EU serve as a model and a case-study for future EU foreign policy initiatives?

by André P DeBattista on

The EU and the USA are charging into a trade agreement that could be the biggest key to solving our financial troubles, to tackling unemployment and to bringing growth. However, cultural and social differences are creating nearly impassible hurdles, which have stumbled such agreements on many occasions in the past...

How Cultural Differences nearly derailed the "Biggest trade agreement ever"

There is significant momentum for EU-US unity, but cultural and social differences are creating the same problems which Europe itself is experiencing.

by Ivan Botoucharov on

How much secret data collection is acceptable?

How much secret data collection is acceptable?

On the ‘Right to Privacy’ in Europe after the revelation of the PRISM programme

by Driss Lembachar on

FEMEN activists. Who they are?

FEMEN activists. Who they are?

A glimpse into the theatrical activism of FEMEN: history, movements and goals

by Natalia Ghincul on

How much do you know about the EU?

How much do you know about the EU?

One of the most common arguments of the Euro-skeptics is that the EU is a corrupt and undemocratic block

by Christos Mouzeviris on

Military dictatorship in Egypt.

Military dictatorship in Egypt.

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What do you think about EU minimum wage?

What do you think about EU minimum wage?

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“The weight we need” – A revival of a common EU defence policy?

“The weight we need” – A revival of a common EU defence policy?

What will the future of European Defence look like?

by Michel Anderlini on

Turkey and EU.

Turkey and EU.

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The European Union: calling all optimists!

The European Union: calling all optimists!

Rethinking the EU "democratic deficit": Can we start building a better and credible Europe through the rapprochement between North and South?

by Ignasi Meda on

Commonalities across borders: Observations from Thessaloniki (Greece) and Izmir (Turkey)

Commonalities across borders: Observations from Thessaloniki (Greece) and Izmir (Turkey)

Many cities in different European countries are remarkably similar. Thessaloniki and Izmir are such towns, closely linked by history and culture.

by George Chatzelenis on

To all Interns in Brussels, to all Interns! Message Nr. 1.

To all Interns in Brussels, to all Interns! Message Nr. 1.

Nowadays it is not easy to find a job even after having interships. Indeed, it is not even easy to find a proper internship.

by Virág Gulyás on

The French secular approach

The French secular approach

Separation of church and state for Europe is as noble as it is problematic

by Nathan Wheeler on

Child inside the Moscow airport looking out

Russia: Leave the country forever or return back home?

Statistical data shows that every year more Russians would like to leave their country, but is this really true?

by Natalia Ghincul on

Shimon Peres and José Manuel Barroso (from left to right)

EU´s New Guidelines on Israel – Not about money, but about politics

The EU directive aimed to restrict the financial cooperation beyond the Green Line has raised a series of controversies with ascendent political zest

by Michel Anderlini on

Why have barriers when voting for the EP?

Why have barriers when voting for the EP?

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

by Christos Mouzeviris on

How do you say One Europe?

How do you say One Europe?

Languages vary across Europe, and that's part of the beauty of our continent

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A truly glamorous event will gather around 150 Bulgarian students from around the world.

Young people drive change in their country

Thousands of Bulgarians have been peacefully protesting for more than a month. They want the government to resign and a general change in politics

by Yuliya Kosharevska on

Will Chinese become Europe’s lingua franca?

Will Chinese become Europe’s lingua franca?

From 2000 to 2004, the number of students in England, Wales and Northern Ireland taking Advanced Level exams in Chinese increased by 57%

by Edgaras Katinas on

800 000 signatures for embryos

800 000 signatures for embryos

The European Citizens’ Initiative “One of Us” has reached 800 000 signatures of support

by Marie Buchet on

Should the EU suspend its enlargement?

Should the EU suspend its enlargement?

The EU expansion has shown its benefits and backlashes. Does it worth to grow futher?

by Mateusz Krupczynski on

The future of EU aid.

The future of EU aid.

What is the plan of the EU to end-up poverty and to create a sustainable future?

by Michel Anderlini on

If all separatists had their way...

If all separatists had their way...

Hardly any country won't be affected in Europe if separatism would prevail.

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Is Europe like the Groundhog Day?

Is Europe like the Groundhog Day?

Words such as “economic growth is necessary”, “we work for a fair Europe”, “we need more openness and more Europe" are interated without consequence.

by Ignasi Meda on

Which Climate Do You Prefer?

Which Climate Do You Prefer?

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Where do refugees go to?

Where do refugees go to?

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Is there a 'Pinocchio' in your CV?

Is there a 'Pinocchio' in your CV?

Everybody tells little lies. But are yours getting in the way of finding work?

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Germany's finance minister stirred up the emotions in Greece last week

Wolfgang Schäuble's very controversial visit to Greece

Schäuble's visit to Greece has been met with mixed feelings among Greece citizens. Two commentaries from our authors.

by Izabella Lobinska on