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Protests in BiH

A new way for Bosnia and Herzegovina?

Following last month's protests, Bosnian citizens seem keen to take their country's democratization process and political future into their own hands.

Lucie Wuester on

Gomel, Belarus

Belarus: between Ukraine and Evil

Belarusian journalist about the current situation in Ukraine and national identity crisis in Belarus

Hanna Starchyk on

The European Elections 2014 in a Nutshell

The European Elections 2014 in a Nutshell

European Elections are coming up! Many call for changes in EU institutions and policies: these concerned citizens should vote next May, for change!

Karsten Lucke on

European Turkey? A Lost Dream?

European Turkey? A Lost Dream?

Recent political scandals are seen by European that Erdoğan's government is relapsing to authoritarianism.

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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.

George Chatzelenis on

This is what YOU will get back

This is what YOU will get back

How we will use your support in Crowdfunding

OneEurope on

Is this the Europe we want?

Is this the Europe we want?

The European indifference to the emergency status and democratic deficit of Greece

George Chatzelenis on

Geopolitics, Security, and the Eastern Partnership

Geopolitics, Security, and the Eastern Partnership

The Lithuanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union is setting out to strengthen the EU’s relationship with its Eastern neighbours.

André P DeBattista on

The European Court of Human Rights courtroom

The end of impunity for EU human rights breaches?

The EU usually regards itself as an international human rights defender, putting sanctions on those who compromise basic human liberties

Michel Anderlini on

Fascism in Greece now!

Fascism in Greece now!

It has been more than a week now since Paulos Fyssas, a young musician, was murdered by a member of the neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn.

George Chatzelenis on

Dual Citizenship in Eastern Europe in the era of European Identity

Dual Citizenship in Eastern Europe in the era of European Identity

How do Eastern European countries react to changes in dual citizenship matters? Do they “move with the trend”?

Bori Pentek on

Forza Nuova public demonstration in Verona, Italy

The European democratic right to…fascism

Fascism is an ideology very much alive in several contemporary European societies, coexisting uneasily with certain fundamental democratic rights.

Anna Gkiouleka on

The EU – a player in Egypt?

The EU – a player in Egypt?

The EU has agreed to suspend its arms sales to Egypt at an extraordinary Foreign Affairs Council

Michel Anderlini on

The irrevocable resignation and other tales - Chronicle of Portuguese Politics I

The irrevocable resignation and other tales - Chronicle of Portuguese Politics I

Under the amplification of controversies, the traditional political parties and institutions are facing a "hot summer" in Portugal

Margarida Hourmat on

The Arts Nation: What Awaits Bulgaria?

The Arts Nation: What Awaits Bulgaria?

In the last week tens of thousands of Bulgarians have gathered in the streets and protest. Nothing unsual these days but this one is different.

Yuliya Kosharevska on

National politicians versus European ones

National politicians versus European ones

European politicians need to become more accessible to the public

Christos Mouzeviris on

Is democracy safe in Europe?

Is democracy safe in Europe?

After so many decades of peace, freedom and democracy, it's hard for us even to imagine a dictatorship or any totalitarian regime in Europe. Not only we take these things …

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A Federal Europe - but what kind?

A Federal Europe - but what kind?

If the European Union is to evolve and federate at some stage in the future, we need to look at other examples other than the USA for insight on how to establish our own

James Bailey 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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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.

Dr. Eva Peña on

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.

Nick Stone on

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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