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A Pro-NATO Argument for Finland to Remain Neutral

A Pro-NATO Argument for Finland to Remain Neutral

Matthew Heywood-Cunliffe argues that Finland should remain a neutral state and not seek NATO membership.

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The Origins of ISIS: A historical responsibility?

In recent months, Europe has bitterly experienced an outbreak of terrorist attacks perpetrated on its soil. Yet, the conflict in Iraq and Syria has been continuous for more than five years, and the reasons which led to the existence of a terrorist organisation such as Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) can be traced back to the previous century.

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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?

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Today we celebrate the Reunification of Germany

25 Years of German Unity

The Reunification of Germany reminds Europe important it is to be united

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Kurdish protesters and others demonstrate against the Turkish government's ISIS policy in Istanbul

The Turks, the Kurds and the Middle East...

A look at the present and future of the Kurds, taking into account the current situation and Turkey's role

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canals of Amsterdam

Amsterdam, the Venice of the North

As a recent visitor of Amsterdam, I created a short presentation of the city and I am willing to give you some advice to enjoy your trip.

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The Flags of Europe

European flags

Each flag has a different story

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Professor Giancarlo Elia Valori

Europe’s geopolitical suffering

Professor Giancarlo Elia Valori, a leading expert on international politics, disscuses geopolitical issues in Europe relying on history and philosophical thoughts

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Old names of Europe

Infographic: Europe in Old Names

Ancient names of European Cities

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Szimpla kert

Ruin Pubs of Budapest - Where Time Stops

An exploration of a quite particular attraction in the capital of Hungary

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Europe in 1817

Europe according to Italy in 1817

Satirical map of Europe from 19th century

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7,000 Years of History

7,000 Years of History

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History of The Tallest Buildings in Europe

History of The Tallest Buildings in Europe

Europe's Buildings are some of our most important Cultural Heritage

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Portugal & Spain - Iberism or Iberian Federalism (Part III)

Portugal & Spain - Iberism or Iberian Federalism (Part III)

Should Portugal and Spain unite in one country?

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José Saramago - Nobel Prize Laureate

The Hands That Built Portugal - Part II

Do Europeans know about each other’s history and culture? Today we focus on literature from Portugal that merits to be discovered by the whole continent.

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Statue of Afonso I of Portugal in Guimarães, district of Braga.

The Hands That Built Portugal - Part I

Do Europeans know about each other’s history and culture? Every country has its heroes and cultural celebrities - today we look at Portugal and its epic figures.

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Is Conchita Wurst, winner of last year's Eurovision Song Contest, a European Icon?

EuropeanIcons

What are your European icons?

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Krakow: Poland's Cultural Capital

Krakow: Poland's Cultural Capital

Discover Europe!

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The Memory Culture of Europeans reflects how deeply divided Europe was during World War One

European Memory Culture and World War One

In 2014, the entire European continent commemorates the centenary of the Great War. Analysing national approaches to this anniversary and World War One in general shows great differences between the European states.

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Holland. The Original Cool.

Holland. The Original Cool.

The Netherlands is considered a very hip and cool country.

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There is no idea worth dying for, and no idea worth killing for.

World War I 100th Anniversary

One hundred years from the start of the First World War.

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The refugee complex on Alexandras Avenue

Selling out our history

Every city in the world tries to preserve any historical heritage it has.

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What do our discoveries mean today?

What do our discoveries mean today?

This Age of Exploration has in some ways defined our relations with the rest of the world ever since

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EU Membership a case study: Ireland

EU Membership a case study: Ireland

With all this talk of bailouts, bonds, and bankers it’s sometimes easy to forget what EU membership is all about.

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The Macedonia Name Dispute

The Macedonia Name Dispute

The Macedonia name dispute. Republic of Macedonia is one of the successor states of the former Yugoslavia. It has become independent in 1991.

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How to integrate 27 strangers? Education and integration in Europe.

How to integrate 27 strangers? Education and integration in Europe.

We are "Americanizing" our integration, when we should build on our European heritage. How can we develop our common culture?

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Some children playing in front of a camp of wagons.

The Roma ethnic challenge

Being exposed to the gypsy culture is something many modern (and former) European nations have long had in common, and through it's design the issue is a European one.

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