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Greek PM Alexis Tsipras talking in front of a NO vote rally in Athens

The Greek Referendum: Yes or No?

Europe is Greece and Greece is Europe. Yes or no, Greece's historic referendum will invariably determine Greece's fate within the Union.

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Doing Business 2015 Report

Ease of Doing Business Worldwide

Europe stands out despite the Eurocrisis!

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#Infographic: Will #EP2014 change the EU?

#Infographic: Will #EP2014 change the EU?

How can we increase the trust in the European Union?

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Is Europe like the Groundhog Day?

Is Europe like the Groundhog Day?

Words such as “economic growth is necessary”, “we work for a fair Europe”, “we need more openness and more Europe" are interated without consequence.

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How does the Euro Affect America?

How does the Euro Affect America?

How a European recession could hit the American state economies.

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8 Billion Against the Lost Generation

8 Billion Against the Lost Generation

The election campaigning in Germany is about to start - it is hard to say how serious the German government really is about the measures.

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The Lessons of Magaret Thatcher for the EU - Part II

The Lessons of Magaret Thatcher for the EU - Part II

Margaret Thatcher’s final defeat happened because she could not accept she was wrong; another lesson for Angela Merkel and Christine Lagarde?

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The Lessons of Magaret Thatcher for the EU - Part I

The Lessons of Magaret Thatcher for the EU - Part I

"The anger and bitterness we saw in a relatively small but vocal minority in UK is as nothing compared to what we shall see in the years ahead"

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Is there enough solidarity in Europe?

Is there enough solidarity in Europe?

After the economic challenges in Greece, Italy, Spain, and more recently Cyprus, it's becoming obvious that the Southern Europe is still vulnerable. Changes are needed in the banking and financial…

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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.

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It is expected, within the inner circles of banking and finance, that the two large French banks BNP Paribas and Societe General will begin repaying ECB loans as well.

Insider: "Financial Crisis is Over"

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.

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“Lighting of the fire” – Fighting Youth Unemployment

“Lighting of the fire” - Will Everyone under 25 will be unemployed for a period of maximum four months soon?

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