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Where is Solidarity? The reason the world and Europe suffer

Where is Solidarity? The reason the world and Europe suffer

The Circle of Sharing

Agamemnon Apostolou on

Brexit vs EU

Brexit Process will begin by the end of March 2017

Katerina Dipla on

Is the Eurozone crisis about to end or will it be a continuous standstill?

Is the future of Eurozone in trouble?

Gunter Grass had once stated that: “The European Union arose on an economic foundation, and it turns out that even this is not a solid base.”

Athanasios Vasilopoulos on

The alternatives for the UK in the post-Brexit era

The alternatives for the UK in the post-Brexit era

The economic consequences of leaving the EU will depend on what policies the UK adopts following Brexit. But lower trade due to reduced integration with EU countries is likely to cost the UK economy far more than is gained from lower contributions to the EU budget.

Narine Petrosyan on

EU, Scottish and UK flags

The day after tomorrow

What is next for the UK and the EU?

Leonidas Asimakopoulos on

European Policy of Education - a reference and its importance

European Policy of Education - a reference and its importance

Calliope Didaskalou analyses the history, effect and significance of the European Policy of Education.

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United States Of Europe. An unrealistic scenario?

United States Of Europe. An unrealistic scenario?

Marios Nomikos analyses the history of European integration, the current issues facing the European project and the future perspectives for dealing with them in the best way for all Europeans.

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The latest stats on "General Government Gross Depth" by Eurostat.

Why taxes and financial measures cannot bring the money back to creditors

Athanasios Vasilopoulos analyses the dramatic measures taken by governments to repay loans in haste, which often lead to long term issues in the real economy of the affected countries.

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"There is never going to be a one track Europe, or even a two track one. Europe is diverse and will remain so. Europe will always be divided so long as political and civil society survive – and a good thing too! This diversity, these tensions, are not part of Europe’s weakness but of its strength. The Plurality of power in Europe is untidy but valuable. We need a Europe not where ignorant armies clash by night, but where informed Europeans debate and argue in the full light of day, in the European Parliament, the councils and the commissions..."

The Open Society and its Friend: The European Union

Steve Patriarca analyses the EU structure, values and conduct from the perspective of Karl Popper's Open Society and the main strands of Liberalism, in light of the current debates surrounding the EU referendum in the UK.

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Nuclear power plants in Europe and the percentage of nuclear energy towards the total energy consumption of selected member states.

Nuclear needs up to EUR 450 billion to survive

A new report published by the European Commission reveals the current state and future plans for European energy and has led to strong reactions from key stakeholders.

María Ruiz Nievas on

Could ‘business clusters’ save the European economy?

Could ‘business clusters’ save the European economy?

Athanasios Vasilopoulos on

Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa - "the right man in the right place"

Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, the Professor President

Portugal has a new President, with a fresh approach, a new style and a many ideas.

Fábio Paulos on

The Europeers Logo

What does it mean to be a Europeer?

Europe needs youth mobility and entrepreneurship more than ever.

Olga Ambrosiewicz on

Will Poland remain in the EU after all the changes?

Modifying Poland

How will the changes made by the new Polish Government affect the country and the EU?

Bella Felix on

How many languages do people know in the European Union?

How many languages do people know in the European Union?

A statistic about the different languages that European citizens know and learn

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Police in front of Cologne's central station

The Cologne attacks aftermath and how they will shape Europe

Debating the actions that should be taken in light of the NYE Cologne attacks

Klaudjo Kavaja on

Lithuania joins the Eurozone

Discussing Lithuania's Eurozone entrance with Dr. Vitas Vasiliauskas

An interview with one of Central Bank of Lithuania's board members on the implications of joining the Eurozone

Thomas Mulhall on

EU-Turkish flag

The EU-Turkey Summit and future prospects for the EU-Turkey Relations

Switching the focus from Turkey's accession in the EU towards Euro-Turkish cooperation on pressing matters

Dimitrios Dagdeverenis on

How much are the donations from European Union to Central Asia?

How much are the donations from European Union to Central Asia?

An infographic about the main fields where the money from European Union goes in Central Asia

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Juncker Investment Plan for Europe

Juncker Investment Plan for Europe

315 bn is expected to be distributed through financing over the next three years in order to enhance public sources and liberalize private investment

Charoula Georgiou on

What is the meaning of aquaculture?

What is the meaning of aquaculture?

An infographic with the principal points about what imply the aquaculture factory

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European Union Energy Policy

European Union Energy Policy

A basic diagram about the main points in which the European Union is focus in this Policy

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EU-China Trade

EU-China Trade

The EU is China’s biggest trading partner. China is the EU’s second biggest, but it is also its largest source of imports. EU relations with China were established in 1975 …

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The Relevance of the Sea in European Union

The Relevance of the Sea in European Union

A graffic with the most importants datum about the meaning of the sea in european economy.

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The European Path in the Migration Field

The European Path in the Migration Field

A little review about the steps of the European Union in the migration issues

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Promoters of Global Education for Sustainable Development

Transition from 1987 to 2030 in the 2015 EU Year of Development

Ana Nedelcu on

Sailing in rough seas. Can the EU weather the storm?

Europe in Crisis: Is This the End of the EU?

Refugee crisis, debt crisis, eurozone crisis, Brexit, Grexit...Is the end of the European Union in sight?

James Bailey on

Berlaymont building in Brussels, the headquarters of the European Commission

The Complexity of Policy-Making in Europe

An analysis of the complex processes that underpin decision-making in the European Union

Paulo Rodrigues on

Creating a European Identity

How can we create a true European Identity?

Exploring the factors that determine people to identify themselves as European citizens

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Graphic visualising the response, when British people were asked to finish the sentence: "The UK's closest ties should be to..." (results in %).

No Country is an Island

What is the British identity and how can it relate to the European Union? Being geographically part and at the same time separated from the continent, it may be stated that Britain maintained quite a detached attitude towards it due to its island identity.

Irina Suchkova on