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The eurosceptic budget

The eurosceptic budget

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

by Frederico Brandão on

What the Pope can learn from George Washington

What the Pope can learn from George Washington

What the Catholic Church can learn from George Washington and Pope Benedict XVI

by Cherian Grundmann on

In game theory, choosing the lesser of two evils will always result in something worse.

The Tiny Trillion - Explaining the EU Budget Dilemma by Means of Game Theory

With methods of game theory, it can be explained why the EU's budget is by far too small, and why a compromise is so difficult to reach.

by Jan Ottrand on

The Population of the European Union

The Population of the European Union

This map displays "a gridded population cartogram of the EU27 member states without any borders drawn onto it."

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The integration of minorities bears great potential and is an indicator of how progressive a society is.

The indication of societies

Minority inclusion and participation - why it matters and how it makes a difference in a democratic society.

by Ana Maria Ducuta on

The new government of Italy will have the difficult task to keep on restoring the faith in the Euro.

Italian elections threaten austerity

The recent elections in Italy have created a political standoff in the country. But yet one message is clear: The people voted against the current austerity politics.

by Constantine Papademetriou on

World Music Nights at the Museum of Acropolis

World Music Nights at the Museum of Acropolis

The Acropolis Museum offers an anchanting travel around the world of music.

by George Chatzelenis on

The Map of Italian Election Results

The Map of Italian Election Results

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 Two Europes in one? Part Two

Two Europes in one? Part Two

The two-part series of articles examine the issue of European integration in light of state practice, with special regard to that of the British.

by Dr. Eva Peña on

Two Europes in one? Part One

Two Europes in one? Part One

The two-part series of articles examine the issue of European integration in light of separate state practice, with special regard to that of the British.

by Dr. Eva Peña on

Turkey in EU?

Turkey in EU?

There is a lot of heated debate whenever we discuss Turkey's entry in the EU. What are the real issues?

by The Eblana European Democratic Movement. Christos Mouzeviris on

European Development

European Development

This map shows the "Real GDP per capita, growth rate and totals" expected in 2014.

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"Not in my name", say a growing number of Europeans regarding decisions taken by the EP and the EU.

How democratically legitimate is the European Parliament?

Even the most democratic body in the EU lacks legitimacy and in any event is arguably the least influential.

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Solar Power in a Proportional Map

Solar Power in a Proportional Map

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The annual EU budget is always subject to heavy discussions.

Cabbage before railways and hospitals

The current EU budget is proof that an increased European federalism wouldn't reflect the necessary expenses across the continent.

by Stephen Patriarca on

How can you remain critical towards media?

I consume what I am told - hence I exist.

Can consumerism and free thinking coexist in a modern society?

by Ana Maria Ducuta on

UN data is able to show a clear connection between health expenditure by governments and other actors and the HDI level.

Interactive Graphic: Correlation of Expenditure on Public Health and HDI

Comparing the percentage of their GDP to their HDI level, most countries can show strong correlations. Does consequence follow correlation here, and in which direction?

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The Macedonia Name Dispute

The Macedonia Name Dispute

The Macedonia name dispute. Republic of Macedonia is one of the successor states of the former Yugoslavia. It has become independent in 1991.

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What are the most exciting legends in your region?

What are the most exciting legends in your region?

The great battles between men and Gods in ancient Greece, the hammer-wielding god Thor in Scandinavia, or the immortal and powerful Zalmoxis in the Balkans...

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A miniature ship of which many are build for New Year's Eve in Chios.

A traditional New Year's Eve Custom in Chios

Every year, the people of Chios in Greece build severals miniatures of commercial and war ships and let them compete with each other.

by George Chatzelenis on

The Subterranean Veins of Europe

The Subterranean Veins of Europe

Do you use public transport? London, Moscow, Madrid, Paris and Berlin have the widest tube networks in Europe.

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The EU needs to find a new ethical agenda not just towards Russia, but regionally and globally.

The EU's Russian Dilemma

While Russia is becoming a more and more important trading partner for the EU, the recent developments in the world's largest state differ from the Union's expectations.

by Andreea Anastasiu on

Can an institutional federal Europe really exist at all costs? And despite all the differences?

Is a United Europe a contradiction in terms?

The discussed European federalism remains a difficult task: How can the EU guarantee that all differences across Europe are respected in a federation?

by Stephen Patriarca on

The drawbacks of high-level corruption (pt. 3)

The drawbacks of high-level corruption (pt. 3)

This series of articles aims to highlight the negative effects of corruption. The third part introduces the situation in Russia and sums up previous statements.

by Rodianne Fenech on

Most recent stats on GDP from Eurostat

Most recent stats on GDP from Eurostat

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The drawbacks of high-level corruption (pt. 2)

The drawbacks of high-level corruption (pt. 2)

This series of articles aims to highlight the negative properties of corruption. The second part examines the levels and side effects of it.

by Rodianne Fenech on

Global Oil Consumption

Global Oil Consumption

The extraction and refinement of oil usually implies environmental pollution. Yet global industries and many products rely on it. How can we change it?

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The drawbacks of high-level corruption (pt. 1)

The drawbacks of high-level corruption (pt. 1)

This series of articles aims to highlight the negative effects of corruption. The first part introduces the term and its historical background.

by Rodianne Fenech on

Mapping Europe's Cultural Geography

The Map of European Folklore

"Population structure and cultural geography of a folktale in Europe"

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United Nations venturing.

Can the use of force be fully justified in the scenario of a humanitarian intervention?

It depends on the case and context whether a international humanitarian intervention may be morally justifiable or not.

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