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Turkey, an important cooperation actor

Turkey, an important cooperation actor

Turkey is a unique country, that connects European and Asian civilisations, and shares cultural and linguistic proximity with Turkic countries. Turkey has been an example for a number of countries …

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018

European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018

Our Heritage: where the past meets the future

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The EU border-work in Turkey

The EU border-work in Turkey

Due to their geostrategic location, transit countries, such as Turkey, have been playing a central role in controlling the rise of transnational organised crime (TOC) and migration flows from east/south …

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The future of human rights in Turkey

The future of human rights in Turkey

Liberal explanations tend to approach globalisation with liberal democracies and economic growth (Scholte, 2005), where states protect and promote human rights, but illiberal democracies are rising in the globalised world …

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Why the EBA Should Move to Eastern Europe Post-Brexit

Why the EBA Should Move to Eastern Europe Post-Brexit

Following the July deadline for applications, the European Council have revealed that eight cities -Luxembourg, Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Paris, Prague, Vienna and Warsaw- have bid for the privilege of hosting …

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Refugees: the new diaspora in Europe

Refugees: the new diaspora in Europe

Mobility is nowadays an important characteristic of globalisation (Hylland 2014, 101). Humans have been moving from one place to another for thousands of years.However it has been since the rise …

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Namibia, Land of the Brave

Namibia, Land of the Brave

 One of the questions that Namibians most ask to foreigners is: “Is this your first time in Africa?” I normally answer “No, I have been to Morocco, but Morocco is…

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A perspective of the Catalonia referendum

A perspective of the Catalonia referendum

Resistance or opportunity for the European Union

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Food for Thought: Tolerance for the Intolerant Entering Europe?

Food for Thought: Tolerance for the Intolerant Entering Europe?

 The following article should serve only as a short introduction to a future, honest discussion over the issue of immigration into Europe. Optimistically (and with the help of commenters), the…

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https://www.statista.com/chart/5584/where-are-europes-unemployed-graduates/

Europe's Unemployed Graduates

Employment Rates of Recent Graduates in the EU

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Another powerful leader in Turkey

Another powerful leader in Turkey

“As the world expected (and feared)”, Erdoğan won the referendum last april, sweeping new constitutional powers to the Turkish President. More than a victory of the “evet” campaign or a …

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The Turkish coup attempt: one year after

The Turkish coup attempt: one year after

On  July 15th 2016, what was supposed to be another normal Friday in Turkey became the night of a coup attempt. A group of militaries took their guns, and with…

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Populism in Europe? It’s not that popular and it’s a Fad

Populism in Europe? It’s not that popular and it’s a Fad

Since Brexit there has been much made of the rise of populism. There has been a perception that populism is on the rise across Europe since the financial crash of …

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Bilateral Relations of Greece and Malta from 1939 to today

Bilateral Relations of Greece and Malta from 1939 to today

The Mediterranean has, since the dawn of humanity been a hub of controversy, history, progress, and passion. Jade Jagger had once stated that: “I love the Mediterranean for the fact …

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The Macedonia name dispute: Will it ever be solved? - PART TWO

The Macedonia name dispute: Will it ever be solved? - PART TWO

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M) calls itself ‘Macedonia’, but Greece rejects the name as, it asserts, implies a territorial claim to the northern Greek province of Macedonia .Greece …

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Lisbon Overview

Now is your time to discover Portugal

Six centuries ago Portugal discovered the world, now it is time for the world to discover Portugal

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Creating a European digital economy and society

Creating a European digital economy and society

Surfing, chatting, online shopping are among our everyday activities. We use everyday computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones, by spending a considerable part of our time online for various reasons. Many …

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Sexual harrasment in EU

Sexual harrasment in EU

Surprised?

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The borders are in our minds

The borders are in our minds

In view of the talks under the auspices of the UN to resolve the Cyprus problem, OneEurope discussed with Yiota Hadjikosta, a law student at the University of Nicosia, about …

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Parliamentary Democracy in UK – possibly a modern day failure

Parliamentary Democracy in UK – possibly a modern day failure

Short-termism and micromanagement fails to deal even with basic standards - it's time to re-order executive responsibilities

Chris Clyne on

Climate change is just around the corner

Climate change is just around the corner

Who's gonna fight it?

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Guterres in the European Parliament

Guterres in the European Parliament

António Guterres that took office just before Trump is now facing the consequences and difficulties of having a US administration that is trying to approve cuts in humanitarian aid. Trump’s new radical …

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3 Key Reasons why the UK Election Backfired for the UK Government

3 Key Reasons why the UK Election Backfired for the UK Government

The early election of the UK parliament didn't turn out to be a problem-solver as planned

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Europe vs America

How did France rejected populism?

What went wrong in America?

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Cedric R.(left) and Jordan Jeandon(right) from France as well as British Ex-Patriate Millie from Paris are worried about the Presidential Election in France

"The popularity of populism can’t be dismissed"

Eyes are on the Presidential Election in France all across Europe. These three young insiders are concerned about the aftermath of this historic election for France and the European Union

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This might be the New Turkey's time

This might be the New Turkey's time

Erdoğan, a leader who did many essential reforms in Turkey and helped its development, since in 2003 he became Prime Minister of Turkey. In the recent years he has become …

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Is individual empowerment the path to social empowerment?

Is individual empowerment the path to social empowerment?

Economic crisis, growing migratory pressures, social and economic inequalities, xenophobia, regional conflicts, extremism and populism are today’s main challenges Europe has to face. These challenges are both global and domestic …

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Should the Elgin Marbles be returned to Greece?

Should the Elgin Marbles be returned to Greece?

The Elgin Marbles  also known as the Parthenon Marbles, are a collection of Classical Greek art made under the supervision of the architect and sculptor Phidias and his assistants. 

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Greek public procurement problems and corruption

Greek public procurement problems and corruption

There have been a lot said about public procurements regarding the existing problems and the risk of corruption.

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Athens

The Macedonia name dispute: Will it ever be solved?

The breakup of Yugoslavia during the 1990s created instability, uncertainty, nationalistic tensions, conflict and a drastic change of borders in the Balkans. Countries became independent and new states were formed; …

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