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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?

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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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No Hate Speech Movement

No Hate Speech Movement

The Council of Europe has just launched its Online youth campaign - the No Hate Speech Movement, with the aim to tackle the phenomena

by Ramona Koska on

Patterns in the Universe

Patterns in the Universe

The new European Space Agency's Planck space telescope observes giant structures outside the observable part of the universe

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New Dimensions on EU-Turkey Relations

New Dimensions on EU-Turkey Relations

The future of Turkey-EU relations will be shaped by how the EU will approach Turkey and how it will deal with its own structural problems.

by Emre Yilmaz on

William Wordsworth & T.S. Eliot

Europe and the English Literary Tradition

Those who seek to see a more united Europe should look to the English European Tradition for hints for the future

by Stephen Patriarca on

Politics can be more than just comedy

Politics can be more than just comedy

Politics nowadays are taken more and more as being flippant. Are there any ways to make it serious?

by Nick Stone on

Spring European Council - leading the pathway to positive changes

Spring European Council - leading the pathway to positive changes

The European Council held meeting at which they attempted to determine the pirorities and the goals for 2013.

by Ana Maria Ducuta on

Religions in Europe

Religions in Europe

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Participation in Cultural Activities in the EU

Contemporary Theater and its Leading Directors

Drama, as all arts, can be distinguished in different styles. What is usually called contemporary theatre is the current theatrical genre born at the start of the 19th c.

by Santino Santinelli on

Organic Agriculture

Organic Agriculture

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"The abundance of youth projects demonstrates that in hard times, ingenuity, vision and leadership make a difference"

Unemployment’s Silver Lining

Youth unemployment is getting a more and more prevalent problem within the EU. What solutions could be applied for it?

by Andreea Anastasiu on

Is Hungary on the verge of democratic collapse?

Is Hungary on the verge of democratic collapse?

Now, the international media is discussing the dismantling democracy in Hungary. Are they right?

by Ramona Koska on

The catholic world welcomes the new Pope Francis!

The catholic world welcomes the new Pope Francis!

Cardinals all over the world congratulated the new Pope and have expressed their confidence and optimism for this new mandate.

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The town of Chios & Piazza del Campo in Siena

Commonalities across borders: Observations from Chios (Greece) and Siena (Italy)

Looking at some surprising similarities between two regions in completly different countries

by George Chatzelenis on

Europe's Common Agriculture Policy.

Europe's Common Agriculture Policy.

"Until now, many farmers were receiving CAP funds while they did not bother to cultivate their land."

by The Eblana European Democratic Movement. Christos Mouzeviris on

World Military Spending

World Military Spending

Are we spending too little, or too much?

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Smoking around the world.

Smoking around the world.

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Each year, thousands of migrants risk their life to find safe haven in Europe.

"This Continent is built on Values"

Though the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union specifically outlines the right to asylum, most illegal migrants are treated inhumanely in Europe.

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Young graduates across Europe face difficulties finding a job that fits their skills - if they find a job at all.

Four cornerstones to battle youth unemployment

The idea of a Youth Guarantee is becoming more popular across Europe: Sweden and Finland have already gone ahead.

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Worldwide Corruption Perception Index in 2012.

Worldwide Corruption Perception Index in 2012.

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The ongoing debate - Is a European Defense System necessary?

The ongoing debate - Is a European Defense System necessary?

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The most important thing is that this is an exhibition based on thorough research, tying works together in an invisible but effective way. A bridge connects one post-Byzantine icon with a video inspired by "Trojan Women".

Fragments of Greece in Paris

The viewer sees the image of a country, which levitates, awkwardly between the glorious past and the anxiety about an uncertain future.

by George Chatzelenis on

Bank bonus capping

Bank bonus capping

Will the capping of bankers’ bonuses lead to mass exodus from London? The Brits fought a lonely battle in the Council and lost.

by Casper Ravnsted-Larsen on

Contributions and Payments of the EU Budget

Contributions and Payments of the EU Budget

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European Government Debt from 1995-2011

European Government Debt from 1995-2011

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The eurosceptic budget

The eurosceptic budget

The article focuses on the newly accepted EU financial plan and the budgetary cut.

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