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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.

by LSE EUROPP on

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.

by Dan Sabau on

"This strike comes on the eve of the EU Summit, where the leaders of the euro-zone states will try to come to some sort of conclusion as to what closer fiscal integration would look like, whilst discussing how austerity measures in the EU’s poorer member states can be converted into long-term growth."

Dawn of EU Summit marred by clashes in Athens

"As money in Greece is running out thick and fast, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras will undoubtedly request for more time."

by Constantine Papademetriou on

If they awarded the Prize after 2004, when Europe united after 5 decades of being cut in half by the Iron Curtain it would be more appropriate. The re-unification of the Continent was a reason to present the EU with the Nobel Prize.

The EU is awarded a Nobel Prize!

Europe will never go back to what it was before, a war torn continent because our economies are so intertwined now, that going to war would be something unthinkable!

by Christos Mouzeviris on

EU Commission website: "The European Commission is keeping in regular touch with the National Agencies to try to minimize the impact of the current shortage."

SOS for the Erasmus program!

To me the Erasmus program is a great opportunity to create more "Newropeans" in our continent, young people with a more broad knowledge and conscience.

by Christos Mouzeviris on

Logo from the petition: "Europe: do not gamble with the future of the Erasmus programme"

Save Erasmus!

In response to the unbelievable news that Erasmus may be in danger, the pro-European community and thousands of young Europeans reacted with a number of campaigns.

by Ivan Botoucharov on

There are three Presidents of the European Institutions, but who leads the EU and Europe?

Who are the real "Presidents" of Europe?

There are three Presidents of the European Institutions, but who leads the EU and Europe?

by The Eblana European Democratic Movement on

Erkki Liikanen and Michel Barnier on Banking Proposal in E.U.

Restraining the Dominant Financial Sector in the E.U.

by Dr. Skip Worden on

“We have to keep in mind what has been achieved on this continent and not let the continent go into disintegration again. We know what it means: the emergence of extremism and nationalism once again.”

The EU has won the Nobel Peace Prize!

The Nobel Peace Prize was unanimously awarded to the EU by the Norwegian Nobel Committee.

by Ivan Botoucharov on

One or two things from Euroscepticland (aka Britain) - Part 2

One or two things from Euroscepticland (aka Britain) - Part 2

For the second part of her blog series about euroscepticism Sofi couvot explores and analyses how inconsistent the anti-EU narrative can be.

by Sofi Couvot on

"...we resolved our bout of Euro-phobia in the 1980s. We took on the disease, rooted it out, and became a strong, modern party as a result.... In government it has delivered higher living standards, better working conditions and a stronger political voice in the world for the British people." David Milliband - Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs from 2007 to 2010.

"British Euro-skepticism": Dispelling the Myth

"...we resolved our bout of Euro-phobia in the 1980s. We took on the disease, rooted it out and became a strong, modern party as a result.."

by Ivan Botoucharov on

“It is clearly unacceptable that 25 million Europeans are out of work,” Jonathan Todd of the E.U. Commission told a news briefing on October 1, 2012.

Structural Unemployment in the E.U. and U.S.: Industrial Policy as a Competitive Advantage

Unemployment compensation should be federalized, meaning that the E.U. Commission should be responsible for collecting revenue, and paying out unemployment compensation.

by Dr. Skip Worden on

Democracy is an irrelevant idea if it lacks it’s main ingredient - you

Why it is important to keep voting in the European Parliament elections

Democracy in the western world and Europe, is one of our fundamental assets, the spine cord of our civilization and the pride of our culture.

by Christos Mouzeviris on

“Unimaginable and shameful cases of embezzlement and corruption” were multiplying,  according to President Napolitano, Italy’s head of state.

Establishment Parties in E.U. Indebted States

By definition, crisis means that the usual way of doing things no longer applies. The vital change that is necessary on the state level in Italy, Greece, and even Spain m

by Dr. Skip Worden on

The supra-national European bodies

Report on the Future of Europe: Federalism and Democracy

Strengthening democratic accountability is a complex matter, for it may not mean expanding the offices subject to popular election. Modern federalism is a complex animal.

by Dr. Skip Worden on

My thoughts on Barroso's State of the Union speech.

My thoughts on Barroso's State of the Union speech.

"The President of the EU Commission gave such an inspiring speech, that every sentence sounded like a music to my ears."

by The Eblana European Democratic Movement on

A federation of nation states is a Confederation writ large

A federation of nation states is a Confederation writ large

by Protesilaos Stavrou on

Time for pan-European political parties and exchange of political ideas?

Time for pan-European political parties and exchange of political ideas?

by The Eblana European Democratic Movement. on

Who will be the driving force in space?

Europe in Space too?

by Christos Mouzeviris on

Federalism, Confederalism and the European Superstate

Federalism, Confederalism and the European Superstate

by Protesilaos Stavrou on

Now it is the time that Europe needs "European" media!

Now it is the time that Europe needs "European" media!

by Christos Mouzeviris on

Can we trust our banking system to learn from its mistakes?

How can Banks gain credibility?

Only a change in practice can lead to a change in public opinion.

by Kwinten Lambrecht on

A (euro)crisis of nationalism

A (euro)crisis of nationalism

by Protesilaos Stavrou on

The MoYNYS team with NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen at the NATO QH

The Secretary General of NATO, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, guest of honour at Model NATO Youth Summit 2012

MoNYS 2012 was the first simulation of the NATO decision-making process in Europe and the largest one in the world

by Simona Pronckute on

How multiculturalism is failing in Europe. Photo by Aer-Ger

How multiculturalism is failing in Europe.

by Christos Mouzeviris on

Qua vadis, Europe? Inside and outside perspectives by students of the University Vienna Sommerhochschule

Qua vadis, Europe? Inside and outside perspectives

By Mihaela Elena Gheorghe, Simona Pronckute, Katie Angus, Özge Türk, Alena Romaniuka, Ilze Rimša and Neus la Petita - students of the Vienna University Sommerhochschule

by Simona Pronckute on

Social Media can be a shortcut to a common society

Time to Get Real: The Past is Not our Future

National States lose their advantage and tomorrows leaders are prepared. But they are not the ones who decide today.

by Cherian Grundmann on

Why we never hear anything that happens during the Cultural Capital of Europe events?

How can we exploit the Cultural Capital of Europe?

Why we never hear anything that happens during the Cultural Capital of Europe events?

by Christos Mouzeviris on

The European Union and in particular the Brussels Bubble have been blessed with social media.

Keeping the Brussels Bubble closed

The European Union and in particular the Brussels Bubble have been blessed with social media.

by Kwinten Lambrecht on

Fraternite2020 first press conference at the European Parliament

Europe’s first citizens' initiative to start collecting signatures in August

The very first ECI is Fraternité2020 which highlights the importance of Erasmus type exchanges programs for Europe

by Simona Pronckute on