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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.

by Nick Stone on

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

Opening the "eyes" of Thera

Opening the "eyes" of Thera

"And from the nice pictures from the first level they will be continue alone into an enclosed place, surrounded by huge "eyes" with a menacing look"

by George Chatzelenis on

Do internships and work placements help the un-employed, or are they just a way to secure free labour, and trim budgets?

Workplace Training

The "Workplace Training Programme" was conceived in 2010, as part of the guidelines of the European Union.

by Sara Gorupec on

Throughout history the Mediterranean has been at the centre of events, it's political and economic structures have been shaped by them and equally - they have been influencing them.

The Challenges of Europe and the Mediterranean

The "barometer of world politics" has a lot to teach us about the biggest political, economic and security issues facing Europe and the World.

by André P DeBattista on

End Ecocide in Europe: Let’s stop the environmental destruction

End Ecocide in Europe: Let’s stop the environmental destruction

A European Citizens' Initiative is launched for environmental protection.

by Yuliya Kosharevska on

Political Europe vs. Geographic Europe.

Political Europe vs. Geographic Europe.

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Romania's huge flag enters Guinness World Records. Patriotism in Europe.

Romania's huge flag enters Guinness World Records. Patriotism in Europe.

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Where will climate change hit the hardest?

Where will climate change hit the hardest?

What areas of Europe are likely to suffer the worst consequences of climate change

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Restoring Broken Faith in Europe

Restoring Broken Faith in Europe

In Europe there is an increasing dissatisfaction about the current situation within the nation states. A solution should be found.

by Aisling Twomey on

The partition of Cyprus

The partition of Cyprus

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Europe Meets Russia Forum

Europe Meets Russia Forum

For those keen to improve their understanding of the relationship between Russia and the EU, the EMR is hosting a weeklong seminar!

by Andreea Anastasiu on

Volunteers provide a great service to society, and have a key role in being the bridge between politics and local communities.

Busting the Democratic Deficit

If the EU wants to close the huge gap with its citizens, it has to pro-actively approach them and explain their rights, powers and opportunities.

by Ivan Botoucharov on

EU - China trade

EU - China trade

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The Cyprus dispute

The Cyprus dispute

Europe must rally its best negotiators and diplomacy skills if it wants a reunified Cyprus

by Christos Mouzeviris on

European education strategy.

European education strategy.

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 Who do you trust in Europe?

Who do you trust in Europe?

A recent study highlighted who Europeans trust, find arrogant or compassionate

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When will NATO missiles fly in a Cyber War?

When will NATO missiles fly in a Cyber War?

A 12-storey building in Shanghai where PLA Unit 61398 resides gives no indication that this is the centre of a recent media storm.

by Marc Prosser on

Massacre of immigrants in Greece

Massacre of immigrants in Greece

When immigrants who hadn't been paid for 6 months in Greece asked for their salary, their boss ordered enforcers to shoot them.

by George Chatzelenis on