Find us on:
Brexit: to be, or not to be? The Greek Crisis and the EU Women's Rights in Europe OneEurope University Insight The European Immigration Issue Green Energy in Europe Youth Activism in Europe EuroMaidan - A Journey to Europe European Integration Fighting Unemployment Solving the Eurocrisis European Culture Defense & Security
RSS feed

Everything tagged with isis

The populism nexus and the grim future of humanity

The populism nexus and the grim future of humanity

Haris Livanos on

The Virtual War

The Virtual War

Europe against terror



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.

Romain Laugier on

Turkey's military might is being tested in the current political context

Turkey: a Complex Situation

The Current Challenging Context Facing Turkey

Fábio Paulos on

The Turkish Election

Is this the end of the New Turkey?

Turkey held its 24th general election in its history last 7th of June. The new 550 MPs are now part of the 25th Grand National Assembly of Turkey. As expected, the Justice and Development Party (AKP) won the election but for the first time in power they did not achieved majority. A coalition government will now govern Turkey during next years if the parties agree of one. They have 45 days to achieve a consensus before a new elections can be marked.

Fábio Paulos on

Foreign fighters in Syria

The ”Europeans” in ISIS

Latest estimates show that more than 3000 fighters holding European passports have joined the Islamic state so far. What are the causes behind their radicalization? Is Europe in danger?

Tanya Zhekova on

Mr. Anders Fogh Rasmussen

In Conversation with NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen

Mr. Rasmussen has given insights into the outcomes of the Wales Summit, widely viewed as one of the most important summits in NATO’s sixty-five year history

Cem Kocer on