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"Post tax, that salary emerges as €6,200 and up to €4,299 for expenses"
The Lisbon treaty opened for serious debate on the Strasbourg issue
Infographic revealing the European budget
Does the Media portray the World fairly, democratically and in a balanced way? This map is quite revealing as to the focus of British media producers.
Germany evolved from “the sick man” to the powerhouse of Europe after Chancellor Gerhard Schröder introduced his “Agenda 2010”. Could this also be a guide for Europe?
If we keep patching things up temporarily, European voters will definitely have enough of having to pay for the mistakes of our governments.
Let's try a little imagination exercise and create the portrait of the perfect leader of a European Federation.
If Croatia lives up to its ambitions, it could carve out for itself a very interesting and important role within the EU.
Will the capping of bankers’ bonuses lead to mass exodus from London? The Brits fought a lonely battle in the Council and lost.
These maps visualize the level of funds being paid into the EU budget, and those being payed back by the EU budget.
This map displays "a gridded population cartogram of the EU27 member states without any borders drawn onto it."
The two-part series of articles examine the issue of European integration in light of state practice, with special regard to that of the British.
The two-part series of articles examine the issue of European integration in light of separate state practice, with special regard to that of the British.
There is a lot of heated debate whenever we discuss Turkey's entry in the EU. What are the real issues?
This graphic shows the number of homicides in average per year, between 2007-2009 (per 100 000 inhabitants)
Table: Selected Euro sovereign 5 year CDS historic spread (2010-2013, bps)
Is the agricultural sector still worth spending the almost 50% of the EU's budget that it received in 2006? This map shows the actual value it adds to the economy.
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?
What can we do to stimulate growth?
An e-mail from a banker arrived in our inbox, with inside statistics and announcements not been made public yet, pointing out the end of the crisis.
The concept of "flexicurity" could help to dimish unemployment across the EU in the long term.
A "European language" could help to encourage the free movement across the continent. But at what cost?
When both Eurosceptics and Europhiles accuse each other of propaganda, how can you make your mind up?
Democracy belongs to those who exercise it. ~Bill Moyers
...does this mean that I personally support everything that comes from the current effort for European integration? Definitely not.
Europe will never go back to what it was before, a war torn continent because our economies are so intertwined now, that going to war would be something unthinkable!
To me the Erasmus program is a great opportunity to create more "Newropeans" in our continent, young people with a more broad knowledge and conscience.
In response to the unbelievable news that Erasmus may be in danger, the pro-European community and thousands of young Europeans reacted with a number of campaigns.
There are three Presidents of the European Institutions, but who leads the EU and Europe?