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Gazprom

The Gas Energy Cold War

The Game of Gas Geopolitics: Russia and the European Union

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Quo Vadis dear Scotland?

After years of discussions and demands by the Scottish people, they will finally have a chance to decide whether to remain in the UK or not.

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How corrupted is Europe?

How corrupted is Europe?

Check out the corruption map of Europe and tell OneEurope what do you think of it! The connection between the level of corruption and wellbeing is obvious. 

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The Euro: Estonian experience

The Euro: Estonian experience

In 2014 Latvia is going to join the Eurozone. This very important step towards European integration raised a debate in the Latvian society: despite the obvious benefits for country's economy,…

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What's the best solution for Ukraine?

What's the best solution for Ukraine?

As everyone knows, there are some troubled times going on in Ukraine. It all started when the government in Kiev backed down on the EU deal, while millions of Ukrainians …

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EU energy: what is happening in December

EU energy: what is happening in December

Leading Vieuws journalist Hughes Belin provides an overview of recent developments regarding the European Union’s energy policy.

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Eastern Partnership Summit: the Outcomes

Eastern Partnership Summit: the Outcomes

The long expected Eastern Partnership Summit took place on a very dynamic and exciting backgroung: mass protests in the Ukraine, the change of political power in Georgia, the intentions of …

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Energy regulators “can’t promise lower prices”

Energy regulators “can’t promise lower prices”

he “can’t promise lower prices” but wishes that the prices would better reflect the conditions of the market.

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Internal energy market: energy regulators agency "can't promise lower prices"

Internal energy market: energy regulators agency "can't promise lower prices"

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Catherine Ashton and Prime Minister Ivanishvili

Georgia’s European Choice

At the upcoming Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius, Georgia is expected to initial the Association Agreement with the European Union

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European Unemployment

European Unemployment

Unemployment is one of the major problems of united Europe. Difficult economic conditions in the south and the east of Europe led to the flow of working force to the …

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EU & Ukraine.

EU & Ukraine.

EU is working harder than ever on its Eastern Europe Partnership project. The Lithuanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union declared that one of the top priorities will…

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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.

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Europe and the old nationalisms - Part 3

Europe and the old nationalisms - Part 3

"Glocalization" as the European "lighthouse"

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Minimum Wages in Europe

Minimum Wages in Europe

The map above shows the amount of minimum wage across Europe. The dramatic difference between East and West is obvious. At the same time, there is still a number of …

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How can we help put an end to Ecocide?

How can we help put an end to Ecocide?

...calls for making ecocide a crime in cases where ecocide is...

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New Commission for the EU.

New Commission for the EU.

The European Commission (EC) is the executive body of the European Union, responsible for proposing legislation, implementing decisions, upholding the Union's treaties and day-to-day running of the EU. And 2014 is the …

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EU Energy Infrastructure: What are the priorities?

EU Energy Infrastructure: What are the priorities?

Pia Ahrenkilde Hansen, spokeswoman of the European Commission, discusses the list of projects of common interest in energy infrastructure.

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Our Co-President asks: "How does the EU manage Immigration?"

Our Co-President asks: "How does the EU manage Immigration?"

"Immigration is necessary, but what policies does the EU have to integrate immigrants into the European society, side by side with the Europeans?"

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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

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Greens weigh in on shale gas

Greens weigh in on shale gas

Richard More O’Ferrall, spokesperson for the Greens Group, talks about their views on shale gas.

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A challenging EU Presidency for Lithuania

A challenging EU Presidency for Lithuania

As the first Baltic country to hold the EU presidency, and the first ever country to manage 28 member states, Lithuania has a lot on their plate...

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Belarus: Dealing with 'Europe's Last Dictatorship'

Belarus: Dealing with 'Europe's Last Dictatorship'

The strategic geopolitical situation of Belarus, in the geographic heart of Europe, creates a very complex situation for the EU.

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What's the deal on biofuels?

What's the deal on biofuels?

Corinne Lepage MEP (ALDE), Rapporteur on the Indirect Land Use Change (ILUC) talks about Europe and biofuels

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What you need to know about Europe and ICT

What you need to know about Europe and ICT

Video summarising the top five issues related to ICT in the European Union in Autumn

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Reichstag - former seat of Parliament, nowadays one of main Berlin's attractions

Germany made its choice

Now it is so far - the results of Parliament elections in Germany are announced. Angela Merkel's party Christian Democratic Union (CDU) triumphal victory with 41,5% guaranteed it the majority …

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What you need to know about Europe and Energy this autumn

What you need to know about Europe and Energy this autumn

This video tells you the five most important things happening with Europe and energy this autumn.

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European elections 2014 - The Official Video

European elections 2014 - The Official Video

The European Parliament has launched an information campaign to raise awareness of the European elections coming up. 

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European flags.

European flags.

What's the story of your flag? How old is it, what does it stand for? Can we see all Europeans united under one single flag or is the national pride…

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Is Germany "Too big for Europe, too small for the world"?

Is Germany "Too big for Europe, too small for the world"?

These words by Kissinger capture in a nut-shell the European and international perception of Germany. They are especially important today, with the up-coming elections. How important are the results of …

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