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European Religions

European Religions

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Income Inequality across Europe

Income Inequality across Europe

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Do national preferences in social media networks actually reflect anything?

Globalization of Habits

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Is this correct for your state?

Actual working time per person in each state.

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This map of 2011 gives an idea on the proportions each country holds of global CO2 emissions. When will be the next time they become less again?

The Global Carbon Footprint

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Under growing pressure of eurosceptic segments inside his party, Cameron needs to gain back a stronger weight in the discussion on where his party is heading towards, if he wants to stay in power.

Cameron's Temptation

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Bazaar "L'Europe" !!

Bazaar "L'Europe" !!

Bazaar "L'Europe"!! Do we really want a Europe that is just a big market?

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In order to make them come true, President of the European Commission Manuel Barroso has to hold his reform plans firm with both hands.

Barroso's Autumn

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Participatory Democracy in the European Union: The European Citizens’ Initiative

Participatory Democracy in the European Union: The European Citizens’ Initiative

Democracy belongs to those who exercise it. ~Bill Moyers

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The most comprehensive overview on the Eurocrisis we could get our hands on !

Confused by all the Crisis Summits? This might help:

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Has your education been better or worse than the average of your world region?

Education Levels Around The World

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27 Europeans, can you tell where from?

27 Europeans, can you tell where from?

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Radiation Map of Europe from 2002

Radiation Levels around Europe

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Poverty in Europe

Poverty in Europe

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Farmers fighting the Brussels police with milk

How good milk turns bad

On 26. (and 27.) November Brussels was flooded by hundreds of farmers, and their milk. But is this the way dairy farmers should communicate their concerns?

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Bananas "Made in Germany"?

Bananas "Made in Germany"?

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Riots in Europe

Riots in Europe

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What are the borders of Europe?

What are the borders of Europe?

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Alcohol consumption of men and women

Alcohol consumption of men and women

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EU? NATO? or Both?

EU? NATO? or Both?

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Secessionist Movements Across the Continent

Secessionist Movements Across the Continent

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European Integration: Ask scientists how they do it?

European Integration: Ask scientists how they do it?

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The EU and Europe that I want

The EU and Europe that I want

...does this mean that I personally support everything that comes from the current effort for European integration? Definitely not.

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Nuclear power plants in Europe.

Nuclear power plants in Europe.

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Our Water Footprint

Enough Clean Water For All Of Us?

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Conscription in the European Union

Conscription in the European Union

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World map and corruption levels

How big is the corruption problem, really?

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The Map of Languages

The Map of Languages

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The Euroblogosphere has great potential to contribute to the European public sphere, but it is currently restricted by a lack of deep debate and...

The Blogosphere does not live up to its potential

The Euroblogosphere has great potential to contribute to the European public sphere, but it is currently restricted by a lack of deep debate and the dominance of English.

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Some children playing in front of a camp of wagons.

The Roma ethnic challenge

Being exposed to the gypsy culture is something many modern (and former) European nations have long had in common, and through it's design the issue is a European one.

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