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One year in Paris

One year in Paris

Paris is one of the biggest cities in Europe with a long story to tell. Most of the time it will be a love story, but you might not fall …

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

Paris 2015. UN Climate Change Conference

Beyond Meat – A Climatarian Solution to a Burgeoning Reliance on Ruminant Meat

This week’s COP-21 climate summit in Paris is history in the making; leaders from over 190 countries meet to set out a plan to tackle the climate challenges which face our developing world. Records have already been broken in over 10 countries, record marches in the UK and Australia; 22,000 pairs of shoes, including the Pope Francis’ and the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in place of a 400,000 strong march in France - the world’s attention is firmly set on Paris. I ask what shape will progress take?

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Reason to Keep Calm, Despite the Terror

Reason to Keep Calm, Despite the Terror

You cannot fight terror with terror.

Klaudjo Kavaja on

Paris Attacks

Paris Attacks

West and East, North and South, must be worried about this - terrorism has no borders, terrorism has no religion.

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

A sign displayed during the demonstration in Paris

Pro-Kurdish Demonstration in Paris

OneEurope contributor Fabio Paulos reports from the recent pro-Kurdish protest held in Paris

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Cliché!

List of Stereotypes of France and Frenchmen Seen from Abroad

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From Hunting Lodge to Palace

The Palace of Versailles

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Louvre Museum, an unmissable landmark of Paris

Discovering Paris on an Erasmus Scholarship

A former Erasmus student gives a personal account of how she fell in love with the City of Lights.

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The European Capitals of Culture

The Cultural Capitals of Europe

Sizing Up Sophistication

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Europe's Double Standards

The Place of Freedom of Expression in Europe Today - The Muslim ‘Threat’?

This article seeks to examine the veracity of the Muslim "Threat" claim and to demonstrate that the real threat to our enjoyment of fundamental human rights lies not with Europe’s Muslim population but with our governing elites

Kareem Padraig A. McDonald on

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The COP21 in Paris: Will it be a success or a failure?

The United Nations Climate Change Conference known as COP21 will be held from November 30th to December 11th 2015 in Paris

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Islamic Extremism in Germany?

Islamic Extremism in Germany?

The truth and facts about the extent of Islamic extremism in Germany

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European Parliament expresses condolences after Paris attack

European Parliament expresses condolences after Paris attack

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Je Suis Charlie

Je Suis Charlie

Today we all are CHARLIE.

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The 10 Most Secret Places in Paris

The 10 Most Secret Places in Paris

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The most important thing is that this is an exhibition based on thorough research, tying works together in an invisible but effective way. A bridge connects one post-Byzantine icon with a video inspired by "Trojan Women".

Fragments of Greece in Paris

The viewer sees the image of a country, which levitates, awkwardly between the glorious past and the anxiety about an uncertain future.

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