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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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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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The EU and the Turkish flag

A "de facto suspension" of the EU-Turkey deal

The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) states that the agreement between Turkey and the EU on a way to deal with the refugee crisis has, in reality, collapsed. …

Katerina Dipla on

Europeans' View on Immigration

Europeans' View on Immigration

EU's Main Challenges

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Window of Enlightenment

Servants of the Dark Ages

The Imperative Need to Protect the Open Society

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Percentage of immigrants in European countries

Percentage of immigrants in Europe

The numbers might not be as 'scary' as some would expect

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Security Fence in Calais

Mending Fences and Climbing Walls. Border Control in Europe.

Can Europe tackle the immigration crisis unfolding on its doorstep without compromising its fundamental values?

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Addressing the immigration crisis - Europe's biggest challenge

The immigration crisis is fast becoming Europe’s greatest challenge

Reconciling Europe with non-EU immigration

Christos Mouzeviris on

Migration flows in Mediterranean region

Protect People Not Borders

So how does someone who not so long ago belonged to an underserved minority become an important figure in politics and what does it have to do with immigration?

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20 Years of Schengen

20 Years of Schengen

United in Diversity!

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EU Agency Frontex

EU Agency Frontex

Securing Europe's External Borders

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Immigrants seek a better life in Europe

Infographic: Immigration in the EU

European Immigration Routes

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UK Migration Attitudes

UK Migration Attitudes

United in Diversity!

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Infographic revealing the share of foreigners in EU countries in 2012.

Foreigners in the EU

Luxembourg has the most foreigners per capita in Europe

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Meet the Somalis helps Europeans understand the difficulties of refugees coming to Europe.

At Home in Europe: Immigrants' Lifes in a Comic Book

"Meet the Somalis" introduces real-life stories of Somali immigrants in Europe

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How to remove the European border.

Artivists Remove the Walls of Europe

German art-group launches The Fall of the European Wall

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EU Enlargement has many benefits, but which is the best one?

EU Enlargement: What is Best About It?

What are the advantages of expanding the European Union?

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Refugees and Asylum Seekers often seek shelter in Europe.

Infographic: Refugees Worldwide

There are nearly 10 million refugees worldwide and a large part of them are in Europe.

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Brain drain refers to the migration of highly trained professionals, including scientists, researchers, nurses, doctors etc.

The Brain Drain Phenomenon within the European Union

Brain drain is increasingly a matter of concern within the European Union, as more and more highly skilled people migrate from the South and East to the North and West of the continent.

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Swiss democracy vs Swiss prosperity?

Swiss democracy vs Swiss prosperity?

The marginal victory of the referendum to introduce quotas to immigration in Switzerland last month seems to signal to end the high levels of Swiss economic prosperity.

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EU Commission Agenda Priorities

EU Commission Agenda Priorities

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How welcoming is your country to foreigners?

How welcoming is your country to foreigners?

Western Europe is generally friendly toward foreigners but, according to the study, not more so than sub-Saharan Africa.

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Immigration: a Multilateral Phenomenon

Immigration: a Multilateral Phenomenon

What makes immigration such a debated issue nowadays?

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Romanians and Bulgarians: Welcome in the UK?

Romanians and Bulgarians: Welcome in the UK?

On the 1 January 2014, Romanians and Bulgarians will have the same right to work as Poles did about a decade earlier.

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The ''oldest'' country in Europe

The ''oldest'' country in Europe

The Bulgarian society is on a fast train to disappearing

Zhenya Hristova on

Fascism in Greece now!

Fascism in Greece now!

It has been more than a week now since Paulos Fyssas, a young musician, was murdered by a member of the neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn.

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Dual Citizenship in Eastern Europe in the era of European Identity

Dual Citizenship in Eastern Europe in the era of European Identity

How do Eastern European countries react to changes in dual citizenship matters? Do they “move with the trend”?

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How multiculturalism is failing in Europe. Photo by Aer-Ger

How multiculturalism is failing in Europe.

I am Greek and I live permanently in Dublin, Ireland. Out of curiosity and excitement I decided to travel in Europe a few years ago, but fate had its plans …

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