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Austerity has hit Europe badly. Especially Southern European states, such as Greece, Spain, Portugal and Italy.

The indiscipline of European states

"The Greek finance ministers says only "yes" to the decisions of the European Commission without putting the slightest objection, or defending the Greek interests"

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Germany sets a new world record!

Germany sets a new world record!

Germany sets a new world record!

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10 Years since the 2004 EU Enlargement

10 Years since the 2004 EU Enlargement

As a number of countries celebrate their ten year membership in the EU, much of the future is still under wraps.

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One Europe, One Citizenship

One Europe, One Citizenship

The very foundation of the European citizenship, namely the right to live and work throughout the Union is threatened.

Mathias Darmell on

English speaking population in EU

English speaking population in EU

English speaking population in EU

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EU - the only viable option for the 21st century

EU - the only viable option for the 21st century

EU - the only option for the 21st century

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Survey: are Europeans affected by corruption?

Survey: are Europeans affected by corruption?

Spain and Greece are the most corrupted countries in Europe, while Denmark is the least

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Geert Wilders

Geert Wilders - a contradictory figure in the European politics

Last November two famous Eurosceptics; Geert Wilders and Marine Le Pen initiated an alliance which they called “historic” between Eurosceptic parties in Europe.

Natalia Ghincul on

Former French PM to Britain: "Get out of EU!"

Former French PM to Britain: "Get out of EU!"

Former French PM to Britain: "Get out of EU!"

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European Parliament Elections 2014: the non-voters index

European Parliament Elections 2014: the non-voters index

The new member countries obviously have less interest to European politics

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Presidental Elections in Ukraine

Presidental Elections in Ukraine

We wish Ukrainians makes the best choice today!

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European Election Day: The Political Situation in Bulgaria

European Election Day: The Political Situation in Bulgaria

A brief overview on the political situation and main actors in Bulgaria in the last 15 years.

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Europe's most valuable resource - Democracy

Europe's most valuable resource - Democracy

Europe's most valuable resource - Democracy

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Devastating floods in the Balkans

Devastating floods in the Balkans

Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia are suffering from severe floods.

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Statistics of emigration from Eastern Partnership countries

Statistics of emigration from Eastern Partnership countries

Where are you going Eastern Partners?

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New tricks by an old dog

New tricks by an old dog

The EU should be cheerful at the prospect of an authentic European candidate that stands for a more independent EU executive.

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Alcohol Consumption in Europe and the World

Alcohol Consumption in Europe and the World

3.3 million people die each year worldwide due to excessive alcohol consumption

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Martin Schulz

Martin Schulz: too good for the Commission?

Martin Schulz seems to have it all: popularity, expertise, authority. But is it enough to convince Europe?

Anna Władyka on

Eurosceptic parties biggest challenge for the New Parliament

Eurosceptic parties biggest challenge for the New Parliament

European Parliament Elections

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Recovery process launched between the EU and Switzerland

Recovery process launched between the EU and Switzerland

After a period of little estrangement, the EU-Swiss relations seem to get on the right path again. Or not?

Lusine Sargsyan on

G7 Agrees a Plan to secure Europe's Energy Independence

G7 Agrees a Plan to secure Europe's Energy Independence

Putin's blackmail doesn't work anymore.

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Happy Europe Day!

Happy Europe Day!

64 years ago The Schuman Declaration ensured there can no longer be war between Europe's greatest powers.

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The European Universe

The EU and the International Arena

The EU's approach to global issues and terrorism.

Loreta Matulevic on

Global Minimum Wages

Global Minimum Wages

17 of the 26 top countries for Minimum Wages in the World are European

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Some of the developments and future prospects of the EU.

Infographic: The European Union's Future Prospects

This infographic shows the growing power of the EU

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Infographic: Europe, are you working?

Infographic: Europe, are you working?

Recent EU's unemployment statistic

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EU Elections 2014

EU Elections 2014

Candidates for the European Commission Presidency

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How many foreigners are there really in your country?

How many foreigners are there really in your country?

In several European countries, political parties are using fear of foreigners to gain votes.

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5 key European parties state their priorities for the European elections

5 key European parties state their priorities for the European elections

See the debate on “How will the new European Parliament make a difference?”

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Fundamental rights are gaining ground in EU policies

Fundamental rights are gaining ground in EU policies

Jennifer Baker is joined by Pia Ahrenkilde Hansen, spokeswoman of the European Commission, to discuss the report on Fundamental Rights presented by the Commissioner Viviane Reding on Monday 14 April.

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