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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.

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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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US/NATO Anti-Missile Shield in Europe

US/NATO Anti-Missile Shield in Europe

As NATO is massively upgrading parts of its armaments infrastructure, this is a good opportunity to scrutinise the effects that has on the balance of nuclear power.

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“Lighting of the fire” – Fighting Youth Unemployment

“Lighting of the fire” - Will Everyone under 25 will be unemployed for a period of maximum four months soon?

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Do we live in a Europe of Nations, or a Europe of Regions?

Do we live in a Europe of Nations, or a Europe of Regions?

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France sent out military forces to interfere in the conflict with Ansar Dine in Mali.

Mali, a very European intervention?

Is the recent operation in Mali led by France an example for future European interventions?

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Apparently the most recent data, from 2010.

Youth Unemployment 2010

What can be done to bring these insane levels down?

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The Cultural Map of the World

The Cultural Map of the World

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Birthrates go down in developed western societies. What can be done to change it?

Can we turn the trend around?

Birthrates go down in developed western societies. What can be done to change it?

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The EU has 23 official languages - a pan-European language might help overcome the language barriers.

Would a common EU language help?

A "European language" could help to encourage the free movement across the continent. But at what cost?

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With Hungary being the sole exception, followed maybe, but only maybe, by the Czech Republic and Estonia, the data raises questions over the reasons for this (educational) systemic differences.

The Pre-Schooling Division between East and West

The rate of pre-schoolers varies considerably in Europe, leaving first and foremost the feeling of a big cultural difference between former East and former West.

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Genetics, Geography and History

Genetics, Geography and History

6.000 individuals across Europe were genotyped for a better understanding of ethnic fine-structures and the resulting data can be seen in this picture.

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EU public Dept at a Glance

EU public Dept at a Glance

A simple and straightforward map of the public depth in 2010.

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The EPO is the European Patent Organization and allows to take quite direct comparisons between the patent output of different regions.

Arguable Innovation

If the number of patented ideas measures the innovativeness of communities, then this map should be alerting to many.

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Europe and the UK have always had a difficult relationship - but how would both do without each other?

Scenarios of a British exit from the EU

What consequences might occur if the UK decided to leave the European Union?

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European Stereotypes

European Stereotypes

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Infographic by Eurostat about the expenditures for Research and Development as percentage of GDP per region from 2009.

Research and Development leading the way out of the crisis?

Why is R&D in some regions (and countries) seemingly being given a way higher priority than in others?

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European countries are no longer at war against each other as we all know, or so we are told, though it sometimes seems that only the weapons have changed.

A few thoughts from "Eurosceptic land" Part 3

When both Eurosceptics and Europhiles accuse each other of propaganda, how can you make your mind up?

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Does the area you come from bear traces from the age of 1346?

Political Map of Europe in 1346

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Map showing the percentage of people who go online at least once a week.

The Digital Divide

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The Global Obesity Problem

The Global Obesity Problem

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There's only to lose in case of a Euro-Break-Up, Der Spiegel finds.

Calculating the Risk

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"The Madhouse": Characters of European Nations before World War 1, an artwork by Louis Raemaekers

Europe 1914: "The Madhouse"

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