Europe must rally its best negotiators and diplomacy skills if it wants a reunified Cyprus
A recent study highlighted who Europeans trust, find arrogant or compassionate
A 12-storey building in Shanghai where PLA Unit 61398 resides gives no indication that this is the centre of a recent media storm.
When immigrants who hadn't been paid for 6 months in Greece asked for their salary, their boss ordered enforcers to shoot them.
Right wing parties are becoming stronger in many European countries but their programs leave many questions to be answered.
Inspiring Content and Stimulating Discussions for a more open debate on Europe
Countries often mention Norway and Switzerland for their reasoning to leave the EU. Is it true that these are good examples for independency?
Europeans do not only distrust their own governments, but they are also inherently skeptical of the European Union itself, the Eurobarometer shows
In the context of financial crisis, the stakes of lobbying are higher than ever, so the decision making needs safeguards to ensure transparency and integrity
There are internationally standardized language certificates that enable students to go and study in another country - this article gives an overview
Recent statistical data seems to suggest that young European women head to the major cities...and France
With different currencies and different politics pursuing by the members, the multi-speed Europe is a reality
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?
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.
Today we celebrate Europe Day here at OneEurope, together with other citizens all over Europe.
Youth unemployment rose sharply in 2008. What was the reason?
240 million Orthodox Christians celebrate Easter today!!!
"It is not a coincidence that the crisis in the Southern and South-Eastern periphery is the strongest."
Margaret Thatcher’s final defeat happened because she could not accept she was wrong; another lesson for Angela Merkel and Christine Lagarde?
"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"