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DGB Youth's rally for solidarity with Greece

European Young Trade Unionists: "We are not a Lost Generation”

During the recent EU Youth 2020 Strategy Conference in Berlin young Europeans showed solidarity with Greece and discussed alternatives to austerity.

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The Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi while he gives a tie as a present to Alexis Tsipras during his visit in Italy in February. The Greek PM said that he would wear it when he will get a deal with the creditors

The Greek referendum from an Italian perspective

The 5th July referendum in Greece was an historical event and the consequences will be significant. In all the countries of the Union, the debate about the referendum and its…

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Portugal in crisis and away from the headlines

Portugal in crisis and away from the headlines

If the media coverage of the Greek crisis was stormy, for Portugal it was largely quiet and its disquieting economic reality remains largely unknown.

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Europe's falling bridges?

Europe's falling bridges?

The EU dream of bridging the gaps between its members is threatened by an absence of solidarity and mutual understanding.

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Absent from a European celebration

Absent from a European celebration

The celebration was only meant for a few. It will be remembered for the absence of those who were not invited: the majority of the Greek people.

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Oath of Office taken by former Greek PM (George Papandreou)

To the father, the son, the holy spirit... AND THE STATE? (II)

Following the first part, already published, the relationship between religion and politics in Greece is now questioned in face of the severe crisis

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Is there enough solidarity in Europe?

Is there enough solidarity in Europe?

After the economic challenges in Greece, Italy, Spain, and more recently Cyprus, it's becoming obvious that the Southern Europe is still vulnerable. Changes are needed in the banking and financial…

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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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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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“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

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