Can Youth Entrepreneurship in Greece Be the Key to Exit the Crisis?
Some countries may surprise you with their internet infrastructure
The real scandal is not the corruption of the Vatican, a well known issue unfortunately, but the fact that two journalists of a secular state (Italy), whose only fault is the fact that they have written true things, are under process because the freedom of expression and the concept of protected sources are not respected in the Vatican.
An interview with one of Central Bank of Lithuania's board members on the implications of joining the Eurozone
Every nation has its own view of its neighbours and the rest of the world
Switching the focus from Turkey's accession in the EU towards Euro-Turkish cooperation on pressing matters
An infographic about the main fields where the money from European Union goes in Central Asia
The European Economy
Analysis of the recent French regional elections and what they mean for France and for Europe.
Even Vatican likes stereotypes...
What exactly happens when someone applies for asylum in the EU?
315 bn is expected to be distributed through financing over the next three years in order to enhance public sources and liberalize private investment
An infographic where you can see the mainly points in the field of energy efficiency in the Horizon 2020
Migration Strains Confidence in Schengen
Top Tech Companies
How can a potential Brexit and the independence of Catalonia impact EU
The European Commission sees the recalibration of the European measure of success, to include entrepreneurship, as the catalysis for a European ecosystem.
Passenger Name Record
An infographic with the principal points about what imply the aquaculture factory
"What is remarkable is the fact that the local people, despite their limited time due to work and family engagements, are attuned to the situation and constantly try to meet the needs of the refugees, offering any help (material or psychological) they can."
This week’s COP-21 climate summit in Paris is history in the making; leaders from over 190 countries meet to set out a plan to tackle the climate challenges which face our developing world. Records have already been broken in over 10 countries, record marches in the UK and Australia; 22,000 pairs of shoes, including the Pope Francis’ and the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in place of a 400,000 strong march in France - the world’s attention is firmly set on Paris. I ask what shape will progress take?