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The difference between the protests in Greece and Turkey

The difference between the protests in Greece and Turkey

Major protests in both Turkey and Greece give us the opportunity to gain some insights by comparing the situation in both countries

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Obesity strikes Europe.

Obesity strikes Europe.

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Protesters in front of the cabinet office

Protests in Bulgaria: The Awakening

What are the reasons behind the protests in Bulgaria?

by Aleko Stoyanov on

The 2013 Congress of the Young European Movement UK – Why you should join!

The 2013 Congress of the Young European Movement UK – Why you should join!

This Saturday, 22 June, the Young European Movement of the United Kingdom holds its 2013 congress

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EU enlargement.

EU enlargement.

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The impact of the Dublin II Regulation on Greece

The impact of the Dublin II Regulation on Greece

Illegal immigration into Europe puts a strain on our societies' fabric as people see their neighborhoods transform rapidly.

by Christos Mouzeviris on

What does kill us?

What does kill us?

That which does not kill us only makes us stronger. But what about that which kills us?

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Some of the over 10,000 protestors outside the ERT headquarter

What is happening in Greece?

Citizens are rising up against the closure of ERT, beginning to reclaim their freedom and democracy, things that have begun to perish in Greece

by George Chatzelenis on

Infographic - "Education by the Numbers"

Leading, not just teaching!

Employing some of the most promising future leaders as teachers will give students equal education opportunities and will inspire them.

by Yuliya Kosharevska on

EU Membership a case study: Ireland

EU Membership a case study: Ireland

With all this talk of bailouts, bonds, and bankers it’s sometimes easy to forget what EU membership is all about.

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Commissionners' traditional way of communicating their actions and themselves is via press conferences. This "conversation" is what the proposed model wants to complement with a communication via social media.

The local conversational model

On the EC's web team's community blog, Kwinten Lambrecht explains the principles of a strategy for more interaction between the EC and its netizens.

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Just for fun...

Just for fun...

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Late Payment: A big problem to SME's

What can be done to help financing small companies in the EU?

Remarks on the new EU Commission “Late payment” campaign

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Is the crisis over in Europe?

Is the crisis over in Europe?

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Initiative collects over 65,000 signatures for more “Erasmus”

Initiative collects over 65,000 signatures for more “Erasmus”

3% to EU exchange programmes

by Ivan Botoucharov on

Confrontation between Golden Dawn members and anarchists

Who is responsible for fascism?

The Golden Dawn might be most obvious manifestation of fascism in Greece, but fascism is on the rise in other political parties as well

by George Chatzelenis on

“Politics is the art of the possible”….” But we create possibility….” F R Leavis

Mr Cameron’s Challenge

The challenge facing the UK Prime Minister is not only a crisis of confidence in his party but also a crisis of confidence in himself.

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Keep it tweet: What do the events in Turkey mean?

Keep it tweet: What do the events in Turkey mean?

The on-going demonstrations in Turkey the start of an Arab spring-like movement, or a minor incident?

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National politicians versus European ones

National politicians versus European ones

European politicians need to become more accessible to the public

by Christos Mouzeviris on

OneEurope Event in Vienna

OneEurope Event in Vienna

"European Society" - Are we a united Europe?

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The New Year's Concert of the Vienna Philharmonic is a concert of classical music that takes place each year in the morning of January 1 in Vienna, Austria. It is broadcast around the world to an estimated audience of 50 million people and 73 countries.

Contemporary Music and some famous European composers

Since the end of WWII a new kind of music developed, originally inspired by romanticism, but also introducing many dcharacteristics of modern music.

by Santino Santinelli on

Solving the jobs crisis with Small Business

Solving the jobs crisis with Small Business

What possible solutions are there for Europe's unemployment rates? Perhaps we should pay closer attention to supporting SME's.

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Extremism rises in Europe.

Extremism rises in Europe.

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Athens new Mosque amid protests!

Athens new Mosque amid protests!

The protests represent an ultra-conservative side of the Greek mentality that found fertile ground to spread with the economic crisis

by Christos Mouzeviris on

Ready for the European elections next spring?

Ready for the European elections next spring?

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Warsaw: Adopting the Euro soon?

Should Poland Join The Eurozone?

Poland seems to be aware that to uphold its growing position in the EU it will soon have to adopt the euro as a currency

by Mateusz Krupczynski on

Turkey - a battlefield for democracy.

Turkey - a battlefield for democracy.

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Stockholm riots reflect European immigration policy failures

Stockholm riots reflect European immigration policy failures

Recent immigrant riots in Stockholm took by surprise not only the Swedes themselves, but the rest of the world as well.

by Christos Mouzeviris on

Where does our gas come from?

Where does our gas come from?

Natural gas plays a major role in our energy markets - but where does it come from?

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Thousands of protesters on their way to Taksim Square in Istanbul on Saturday.

Reblog: What is happening in Istanbul?

A comprehensive at-the-scene report from last Saturday, day 2 of the protests.

by Defne Suman on