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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?

by Jan Ottrand on

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.

by Ana Maria Ducuta on

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

by Simona Pronckute on

Some funny European Stereotypes.

Some funny European Stereotypes.

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From Europe to China.. by train!

From Europe to China.. by train!

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Scene from "Le Sacre" in Bologna

Contemporary Dance In Europe

Contemporary dance developed in Europe and in the USA after the Second World War, continuing the revolution of the Modern dance

by Santino Santinelli on

EU enlargement.

EU enlargement.

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The Euro and its Future

The Euro and its Future

If we keep patching things up temporarily, European voters will definitely have enough of having to pay for the mistakes of our governments.

by The Eblana European Democratic Movement. Christos Mouzeviris on

A human look at the Balkan Wars

A human look at the Balkan Wars

I do not know and am not interested in the names and locations of the following battles. They are irrelevant. All that matters is the human.

by George Chatzelenis on

My name is Amarandios

My name is Amarandios

This is a truly Rhodian film, made with a zero budget. A film based on the collective memory of the people living in Greece's newest prefecture.

by George Chatzelenis on

A European Ministry of Finance?

A European Ministry of Finance?

"We should not have any country and its government or minister of finance, notably Germany, dominating European politics." Proposal for a European solution.

by Christos Mouzeviris on

EC Structure

The EU Commission and the national interests.

The popular notion “I am pro-European because the EU is good for my country” says it all. I wish we could say “I am pro-European, because I believe the EU is good for all

by The Eblana European Democratic Movement. Christos Mouzeviris on

What does Russia want?

What does Russia want?

While the EU and Russia remain connected through a myriad of institutional and economic ties, the future of their relationship remains uncertain

by Andreea Anastasiu on

Is America still popular in Eastern Europe?

Is America still popular in Eastern Europe?

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The Freedom Of The Press Struggling To Be Free

The Freedom Of The Press Struggling To Be Free

Press freedom remains one of the most important and reliable guarantees of human rights

by Ana Maria Ducuta on

Is there enough solidarity in Europe?

Is there enough solidarity in Europe?

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North and South: Cyprus can be an omen of a divided EU

North and South: Cyprus can be an omen of a divided EU

Will the differences between the North and South lead to a Nordic Union?

by Casper Ravnsted-Larsen on

Is democracy safe in Europe?

Is democracy safe in Europe?

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The President of Europe.

The President of Europe.

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Are we ready for a transatlantic marketplace?

Are we ready for a transatlantic marketplace?

The prospect of a transatlantic agreement seems compelling - what are the opportunities, risks and barriers for this deal?

by Dr. Eva Peña on

Drug use increases in Eastern Europe.

Drug use increases in Eastern Europe.

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True friends - China and Russia?

True friends - China and Russia?

Common enemies and resources draw the the two together these days

by Ana Maria Ducuta on

The Croatian Flag

Welcome, Croatia!

If Croatia lives up to its ambitions, it could carve out for itself a very interesting and important role within the EU.

by Andreea Anastasiu on

The Eurozone crisis has made monetary issues the focal point of political debate about the nature of the European Union, not just within members of the common currency but across the 27 states that constitute the EU

Net Payments and Net Benefits from the EU Budget

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