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A well-functioning democracy

A well-functioning democracy

The Pillars of a Fundamentally Free Europe

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NO vote demonstration in support of Greece in Madrid

The Greek Referendum: the Next Steps

Will the clear NO vote in Sunday's referendum help Greek PM Alexis Tsipras negotiate a better deal for Greece with the country's European creditors?

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The Greek Referendum

The Greek Referendum

Fourty years since the fall of the Junta, the Greek people is once again called to the polls to vote in the eigthth referendum of the country. This is a historic moment not just for Greece, but for the whole of Europe.

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Snapshot of the Freedom in the World Report by Freedom House

World Freedom Index 2015

Belarus shows the lowest levels of freedom in Europe

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Human Rights Day

Human Rights Day

Message from United Nations

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The Latest Situation in the east of Ukraine in November

The Ukraine Crisis for Dummies and Why It Is Important - The Final Chapter

The last part of the series looking at the underlying causes of the crisis in Ukraine

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The flag of Ukraine

The Ukraine Crisis for Dummies and Why It Is Important - Part II

A three part guide to the crisis in Ukraine. In Part II the author discusses the relationship between economics and politics in Ukraine.

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The Russian bear has awoken.

The Ukraine Crisis for Dummies and Why It Is Important - Part I

A three part guide to the crisis in Ukraine. In Part I the author looks at the international political context following the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

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Keep Calm & Pay Your Taxes

Quo vadis Hungary? Internet tax for 2015

FIDESZ, the right-wing ruling party in Hungary, is planning to levy an unprecedented tax for internet data traffic.

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Media freedom under threat in Hungary

Media freedom under threat in Hungary

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What Freedom do we have today?

What Freedom do we have today?

In democracies, citizens live in the shadow of governments seeking to control them, for their own protection. And who will protect us from them?

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Gomel, Belarus

Belarus: between Ukraine and Evil

Belarusian journalist about the current situation in Ukraine and national identity crisis in Belarus

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Liberty Leading the People by Eugène Delacroix (1830) celebrates the July Revolution (Louvre-Lens Museum)

Using Culture for Political Purposes

A Famous Painting Could Create a Serious Dispute Between Two French Ministers.

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FEMEN: Naked and Famous?

FEMEN: Naked and Famous?

Ukrainian-based feminist movement FEMEN is in action again: on Friday 27. September bare-breasted ladies showed up at Nina Ricci fashion show in Paris. With the slogans "Model don't go to …

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 The limits of European liberalism: freedom from/for religion

The limits of European liberalism: freedom from/for religion

When we hear the word "religious freedom" it seems obvious for all of us. Maybe it is not as simple issue as it sounds, though.

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The Hijab Outcry

The Hijab Outcry

In Sweden, the simple wearing of a headscarf has transformed in a terrifiant incident with controversial implications

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Is democracy safe in Europe?

Is democracy safe in Europe?

After so many decades of peace, freedom and democracy, it's hard for us even to imagine a dictatorship or any totalitarian regime in Europe. Not only we take these things …

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Some journalists see their journalistic freedom in danger.

How to get journalists off their behinds

Will recommendations from the EC subcommittee decrease freedom of press?

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Polish Members of Parliament Protest against ACTA

ACTA Protests

“Government of the People, by the Lobby Groups, for the Corporations”

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