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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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Is multiculturalism over?

Is multiculturalism over?

After September 11, the idea that “multiculturalism is dead” appeared. Since then multiculturalism policies have been under attack in most Western societies, being labelled as a failed policy. Some critics, …

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Multiculturalism in Europe

Multiculturalism in Europe

Europe is home to many cultures and, in an attempt to promote a peaceful coexistence, the European Union have been supporting integration and social cohesion policies in order to better …

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My name is Greece

My name is Greece

Dear Visitors and Readers,

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One year in Paris

One year in Paris

Paris is one of the biggest cities in Europe with a long story to tell. Most of the time it will be a love story, but you might not fall …

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

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Climate change is just around the corner

Who's gonna fight it?

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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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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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Europe in Crisis

Europe point zero

As time passes by we are coming face to face with an era in European Continent that is going more and more crucial. To be more specific the fundamental principle …

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Congress in Kumanovo: VMRO-DPMNE Will Confirm Its Support for Nikola Gruevski

Elections in the FYRo Macedonia

The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) also known as Macedonia, held early parliamentary elections, after months of a political and institutional crisis that started in 2014. It was …

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No borders for online content

No borders for online content

A new online copyright law

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Is Saudi Arabia promoting Islamic Terrorism in Europe?

Is Saudi Arabia promoting Islamic Terrorism in Europe?

Saudi Arabia is said to be the world's largest source of funds and promoter of Islamic Terrorism, Salafist, Wahhabi Jihadism form the ideological basis of Islamist terrorist groups such asal-Qaeda,Taliban…

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A well-functioning democracy

A well-functioning democracy

The Pillars of a Fundamentally Free Europe

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The impact of public opinion on the European Integration Process

The impact of public opinion on the European Integration Process

Napoleon Bonaparte  had once stated that: “Public opinion is the thermometer a monarch should constantly consult.”

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Europe by Rail

Europe by Rail

EU 'ready to explore'

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New measures to combat VAT fraud

New measures to combat VAT fraud

Reform the EU’s 23-year old VAT system

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World map showing the modern definition of the North-South divide

Bilateral vs. Multilateral Cooperation

Bilateral cooperation refers to cooperation activities supported directly by one developed country in a developing country such as the case of the Portuguese aid to East Timor. The bilateral cooperation …

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The Economist Intelligence Unit Democracy index map for 2015. Greener colours represent more democratic countries.

Is there any good political regime?

The question looks easy for someone used to live in democracy but maybe democracy is not always the best of the political regimes. Sometimes the attempt to move to a …

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Cooperation between people

A perspective of International Cooperation for Development

For many years Western countries, which are now called the developed countries of the world, exploited their colonies and absorbed the majority of their essential resources and used them for …

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EU flag in a fence

Home of the Lion: Slaughterhouse of the sheep

“The world, is going up in flames,” Charles Bradley had once sung: “and nobody wants to take the blame.” In fact, the year 2015-2016 reflect Charles Bradley’s song more than …

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Merkel with refugees in Berlin

The rise of anti-immigrant policy in EU

The rise of anti-immigrant policy in EU

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What's the future of EU budget?

What's the future of EU budget?

More transparency and own resources

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Number of guns per 100 inhabitants

Number of guns per inhabitant in Europe

Should we have a more strict policy on guns in Europe?

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2017 EU Budget

2017 EU Budget

Setting up negotiations

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Europe's Unemployed Graduates

Employment Rates of Recent Graduates in the EU

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The European Week of Sport

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Wind Parks

Wind Parks

Industrial Network

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Same Dreams

Same Dreams

Standing against discrimination

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The Virtual War

The Virtual War

Europe against terror

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