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Europe in Crisis

Europe point zero

As time passes by we are coming face to face with an era in European Continent that is going more and more crucial. To be more specific the fundamental principle …

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Brexit Grexit and Italexit: What is happening to Europe?

Brexit Grexit and Italexit: What is happening to Europe?

The Brexit fear that came true

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Renzi resigns after NO result

Referendum in Italy: results and possible impacts

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The Freemasonry in Italy

The Freemasonry in Italy

Short Interview to the Grand Master of Grand Orient of Italy Stefano Bisi

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Flags of the world

Discussing Global Changes

A conversation with Prof. Giulio Sapelli, a Professor of Economic History at University of Milan and former member of the Board of ENI Spa, one of the leading oil and gas groups in the world.

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The Milan Expo 2015

The Milan Expo 2015

The theme of the Expo 2015 is Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life. Unfortunately, most countries have not embraced the theme and have gone for touristic or business promotion of their countries.

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A personalised can of coke made for OneEurope at the Coca Cola pavilion

Milan World's Fair 2015

The word’s fair, best known as Expo, is currently taking place in Milan. The theme chosen for the 2015 World Exhibition is 'Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life', which is a very important issue considering the concerns and the forecasts of many specialists regarding the quantity of food that will be available globally in the near future.

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Cooperation between China and Italy

Cooperation between Italy and China

In his recent contribution for OneEurope, Andrea Bonnetti interviewed Mr. Ugo PAPI, Head of the Asian relations with political parties of the Italian biggest party: Democratic Party (PD), about the cooperation between Italy and China.

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Culinary map of Europe according to Italy

How Italians see the culinary map of Europe

Italy is famous for its excellent cuisine.

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The Barcaccia fountain in Rome was vandalized

Football Hooliganism throughout Europe

Football hooliganism remains an issue for Europe, as recently demonstrated by the violence and destruction caused by Dutch fans at a football match in Rome.

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Someone is taking a bribe

Italian Corruption

Corruption within Politics

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Lake Trasimeno

Lake Trasimeno - a Jewel of Italy

The ideal place for a relaxing holiday, Lake Trasimeno enchants its visitors with a landscape full of historical and artistic heritage, where you can admire beautiful medieval villages, castles, monasteries and shrines.

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The Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi while he gives a tie as a present to Alexis Tsipras during his visit in Italy in February. The Greek PM said that he would wear it when he will get a deal with the creditors

The Greek referendum from an Italian perspective

The 5th July referendum in Greece was an historical event and the consequences will be significant. In all the countries of the Union, the debate about the referendum and its…

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Professor Giancarlo Elia Valori

Interview with Prof. Giancarlo Elia Valori

A conversation with Professor Giancarlo Elia Valori, a leading expert on international politics, discussing some of the most important areas of the planet. We talk about China, UK and US relations and the Italian role in the Mediterranean Sea.

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Italian PM during his visit to Berlin in 2014

Italian PM visiting Berlin

“We hope to give a new strategy and a new vision for Europe, based more on growth than bureaucracy”, said the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi yesterday morning, on July 1, at the Humboldt Universität during his conference.

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The poster of the exhibition

The Light Wins Over the Shadow: Culture against the Italian Mafia

Home to one of the most dangerous mafia clans in Italy, Casal di Principe has been experiencing a rebirth thanks to a new, outstanding museum which opened its doors to the public in June.

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Migrants in Lampedusa, Southern Italy

The Mediterranean Migrant Crisis: How Should the EU Respond?

As countries such as Italy and Greece are left to cope with large numbers of migrants from North Africa, how should the EU respond to the unfolding crisis?

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L'albero della vita - Expo 2015 - Milano

How is the Milan Expo doing?

Officials insist that the Universal Exhibition in Milan has so far been a great success, but is there a dark side to it?

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Harrowing trip to Europe

The Mediterranean and the EU: Migration and Security

The immigration crisis in the Mediterranean has become critical, and the EU must take decisive action to prevent yet another humanitarian tragedy on its borders.

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 Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and leader of the Spanish Podemos party Pablo Iglesias Turrión

The Rise of the Southern European Left

The Podemos Phenomenon- Crisis, Corruption and Austerity and its Political Fallout

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The Lost City of Pompeii

The Lost City of Pompeii

Buried History and Civilisation

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Europe in 1817

Europe according to Italy in 1817

Satirical map of Europe from 19th century

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Is the European Parliament under too much pressure from lobby groups and corporate interests?

Lobbying & Political Intelligence: an Interview with Paolo Zanetto

The co-founder of one of Italy's leading public affairs, lobbying and political intelligence agencies discusses some of the myths around lobbying in Europe and explains why greater transparency in this sector is paramount.

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Cohesion Policy

Successes and Failures of the Cohesion Policy: the Case of Campania (Part I)

The purpose of EU's cohesion policy is to promote economic and social cohesion across Europe by reducing disparities between regions and countries, but how successful has this policy really been?

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This list of countries where students spend more hours for homework has been made by Statista (Statista.com)

Where do Students do the Most Homework?

Italy, Ireland and Poland are World leaders

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The Extraordinary Commonplace

The Extraordinary Commonplace

Sightseeing Europe!

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US-EU Trade Talks

The TTIP Agreement: An Interview with Mr Simone Crolla, Managing Director of AmCham Italy

The Managing Director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Italy sits down with Andrea Bonetti to talk about the TTIP agreement and how it will affect Europe.

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This list of the most policed countries in the world has been made by Statista (Statista.com)

The Most Heavily Policed Countries in the World

Russia, Turkey and Italy are the most policed countries in the world

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this infographic made by Statista (statista.com) shows that trust sinks in Southern Europe

Trust in Southern European Governments Sinks

Southern Europeans don't trust their politicians

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History, culture

Sicily unveiled

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