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Attendance figures for selected cultural fields, in thousands, 1995-2009

Three important Art exhibitions in Europe: Documenta, Venice Biennale and Manifesta.

Documenta, Venice Biennial and Manifesta are some of the foremost European art exhibitions, which focus on promoting art and creating a pan-European platform for debate.

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Table: Selected Euro sovereign 5 year CDS historic spread (2010-2013, bps)

The Graphic that proves the End of the Financial Crisis

Table: Selected Euro sovereign 5 year CDS historic spread (2010-2013, bps)

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Harmonization of Salaries and Pensions within the Eurozone

Harmonization of Salaries and Pensions within the Eurozone

We pay the same prices, while our spending options are quite different, due to wage discrepancies within the member countries.

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The future of the EU - break-up or superstate?

The future of the EU - break-up or superstate?

Will the European Union develop into a superstate or its fate is to fall apart? This is what no one might know for sure at the moment.

by Aleko Stoyanov on

30.000 Greeks on the street to follow "Golden Dawn" - The Price of Austerity?

30.000 Greeks on the street to follow "Golden Dawn" - The Price of Austerity?

"Golden Dawn", the fascist Greek party of the extreme right reaches 11.6% in Greek polls. Is this the Price of austerity?

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Poland – Europe’s Rising Star

Poland – Europe’s Rising Star

Poland has managed not only to defy the financial crisis by avoiding a recession, but has in fact recorded significant growth.

by Andreea Anastasiu on

Eurocrisis and the building of an EU public sphere

Eurocrisis and the building of an EU public sphere

Increasing democratic participation through the European Parliament is necessary- now more than ever.

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Europe's Energy Roadmap 2050 - Cut 80% Carbon Emissions

Europe's Energy Roadmap 2050 - Cut 80% Carbon Emissions

This infographic explores 5 key scenarios to reach the 2050 target.

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Harvested production in vineyards, by NUTS 2 regions, 2010

Oh vine, thou old friend - Harvested production in vineyards

Where's the most vine being produced? And which one is the best? This map shows the annual regional production of vine in metric tonnes per square kilometer.

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Integration, Austerity and Democracy

Integration, Austerity and Democracy

Europe faces great change; austerity measures and a lack of democracy are not the best way to further integrate across the continent.

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Hyndland Secondary School Children painted this mural to celebrate Glasgow's City of Culture Status in 1990

Can culture stop the crisis?

Could increasing investment in culture encourage us to solve the economic crisis in a more conscientious manner?

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Communism and women in Ceausescu's Romania

Communism and women in Ceausescu's Romania

The terror of the Ceausescu regime did not avoid women. Severe ideologies and laws were applied on birth, labor and politics.

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Some journalists see their journalistic freedom in danger.

How to get journalists off their behinds

Will recommendations from the EC subcommittee decrease freedom of press?

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Transparency International has published the "Government Defence Anti-Corruption Index"

Corruption in National Defence Systems

Transparency International has published the "Government Defence Anti-Corruption Index"

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Share of agriculture in the economy, gross value added at basic prices, by NUTS 2 regions, 2009

Share of agriculture in the economy - statistics

Is the agricultural sector still worth spending the almost 50% of the EU's budget that it received in 2006? This map shows the actual value it adds to the economy.

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EU Parliament

Europe's Democratic Dilemma

The lack of democratic influence by the people of Europe is nothing new for the EU. Where is democracy now that we need it most?

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Real GDP growth rate - 2014

Real GDP growth rate - 2014

What can we do to stimulate growth?

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Where would a European federalism lead us?

One Europe - at the expense of two?

The federal visions for Europe do not accord with the priciples of liberal democracies. A deconstruction of the modern European slogans.

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The USA are establishing an anti-missile shield in Europe.

The prospect of a common defence of Europe

States in Europe rely on the protection offered by the USA and NATO. Could a common European army fulfill that purpose as well?

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Foreign direct investments from the EU-27 to other parts of the world by the end of 2010, as from the Eurostat data.

Outward flows of European Foreign Direct Investment

Where is European capital bound in assets?

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It is expected, within the inner circles of banking and finance, that the two large French banks BNP Paribas and Societe General will begin repaying ECB loans as well.

Insider: "Financial Crisis is Over"

An e-mail from a banker arrived in our inbox, with inside statistics and announcements not been made public yet, pointing out the end of the crisis.

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Different cultures and languages open up different approaches on problems.

What makes Europe so unique?

The differences in Europe should not be seen as a threat - but as a chance for creative problem solving.

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Beige = 64.1 - 83.4 / Yellow =  83.4 - 86.7 / Light Green = 86.7 - 92.3 / Green = 92.3 - 95.4 / Dark Green = 95.4 - 105.1

Economic Confidence in the EU

How much confidence is there in our economies? Is it improving in 2013?

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Fracking is not yet as common in Europe as it is in the USA.

Shale gas – a missed opportunity?

Most European countries still hesitate to use fracking to haul fossil fuels. Can the controversial method be a chance to meet Europe's energy demand?

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Many state that it is internal politics amongst the jihadist movement that led to the attack with its planners craving attention.

Terrorist Extremism and the European Response

Islamist extremists across the Sahel and North Africa have been flexing their muscles and feel confident. In the case of Mali hopefully we can at least use the past tense

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Why the Nation-State?

Why the Nation-State?

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The economic crisis hit especially the European youth: According to Eurostat, every fourth between the age of 15 and 24 is unemployed.

A more efficient approach for job creation in the European Union

The concept of "flexicurity" could help to dimish unemployment across the EU in the long term.

by Dr. Eva Peña on

Change of GDP per inhabitant, in PPS, 2000-2009

Wealth Creation in the 2000s

This map shows the change of the per capita income in relation to the EU-27-average during the first decade of this century.

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Writing poetry is like a dream where we fall in, like lovers apart, whispering the same touch, feeling every word like sunsets inside us...

Sunday Culture on OneEurope: "What is Poetry?"

"Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable" Banksy

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What the Europeans replied to: "Our Country Could Better Face the Future Outside the EU"

What the Europeans replied to: "Our Country Could Better Face the Future Outside the EU"

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