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Would EU-Member States Benefit from a Two-Speed Europe?

Would EU-Member States Benefit from a Two-Speed Europe?

With different currencies and different politics pursuing by the members, the multi-speed Europe is a reality

by Mateusz Krupczynski on

One Europe, One Culture: "United in diversity"

One Europe, One Culture: "United in diversity"

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Turkey - Cyprus, a European problem.

Turkey - Cyprus, a European problem.

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What does Europe's Day mean to the citizens?

What does Europe's Day mean to the citizens?

It is the 9th of May, Europe’s Day. Excuse me, does Europe have a special day in our calendar and what does it stand for?

by Christos Mouzeviris on

Robert Schuman, pioneer of an united Europe

Europe Day: Let´s celebrate peace and prosperity!

It is in times like these that we have to remember: from an historical perspective, the European Union is still a very successful story, in political and economic terms.

by Jan Ottrand on

Celebrate Europe Day with us!

Celebrate Europe Day with us!

Today we celebrate Europe Day here at OneEurope, together with other citizens all over Europe.

by Marcel Wiechmann on

Federal Europe, "a reality in a few years" - Jose Manuel Barroso

Federal Europe, "a reality in a few years" - Jose Manuel Barroso

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End of austerity?

End of austerity?

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What triggered the rise in European unemployment?

What triggered the rise in European unemployment?

Youth unemployment rose sharply in 2008. What was the reason?

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Happy Easter!!!

Happy Easter!!!

240 million Orthodox Christians celebrate Easter today!!!

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The crisis in Europe requires a great deal of political will for deep reforms. The EU is visibly loosing its economic might in the last 5 years. The integration of the Union is weakening. The debt issues of the South are creating sharp tensions. Our common problems are given national solutions. They are often in expense of the others.

The Real Reasons behind the Euro Crisis, from a Former Prime Minister

"It is not a coincidence that the crisis in the Southern and South-Eastern periphery is the strongest."

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The Lessons of Magaret Thatcher for the EU - Part II

The Lessons of Magaret Thatcher for the EU - Part II

Margaret Thatcher’s final defeat happened because she could not accept she was wrong; another lesson for Angela Merkel and Christine Lagarde?

by Stephen Patriarca on

Amazing Europe!

Amazing Europe!

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The Lessons of Magaret Thatcher for the EU - Part I

The Lessons of Magaret Thatcher for the EU - Part I

"The anger and bitterness we saw in a relatively small but vocal minority in UK is as nothing compared to what we shall see in the years ahead"

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Is Iceland getting further away from EU?

Is Iceland getting further away from EU?

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Is EU's Carbon pricing scheme failing?

Is EU's Carbon pricing scheme failing?

Since is introduction, the EU Emission Trading Scheme has struggled to regulate emissions

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Democracy and Declarations: The Cost of an MEP

Democracy and Declarations: The Cost of an MEP

"Post tax, that salary emerges as €6,200 and up to €4,299 for expenses"

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European Parliament in Strasbourg (left) and Brussels (right)

Voices for a single seat are getting louder

The Lisbon treaty opened for serious debate on the Strasbourg issue

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First Croatian European Parliament elections 2013.

First Croatian European Parliament elections 2013.

The 28th member starts its membership with a worrisome turnout

by Christos Mouzeviris on

The European Union Budget

Where does the EU money come from? Where does it go?

Infographic revealing the European budget

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Sunday Culture: European Writing Competitions

Sunday Culture: European Writing Competitions

"Never has the EU needed culture, more than at the present time of deep crisis we face today, with all the doubts and fundamental questioning it has brought." Barroso

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#Infographic - Seeing the World through British eyes

#Infographic - Seeing the World through British eyes

Does the Media portray the World fairly, democratically and in a balanced way? This map is quite revealing as to the focus of British media producers.

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„Now we have to find the courage to implement the changes in our society, which are necessary to come back to the top of the economic and social development in Europe.“ (Gerhard Schröder, translated from his speech in the Bundestag at the 14th of March 2003)

Could Schröder's "Agenda 2010" save Europe?!

Germany evolved from “the sick man” to the powerhouse of Europe after Chancellor Gerhard Schröder introduced his “Agenda 2010”. Could this also be a guide for Europe?

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Death penalty.

Death penalty.

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Child Soldiers Fighting Wars

Child Soldiers Fighting Wars

Child soldiers are used as messengers, bearers and spies and they have to behave just as a normal soldier. They are victims and at the same time perpetrators.

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Media nowadays.

Media nowadays.

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How long will your city stay above water?

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The Muslim Population in Each European Country

Greeks and Religious Tolerance

Repression causes more reactions, than allowing the freedom of expression and the practicing of ceremonies of other religions.

by George Chatzelenis on

Could Solar Power Easily Power The World?

Could Solar Power Easily Power The World?

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Fraternité 2020 members and supporters

The EU Year of the Citizens: What Does It Mean For The Citizens?

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." - Margaret Mead

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