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Welcome to the “post truth politics” age

Welcome to the “post truth politics” age

There is no doubt that the political status quo in Europe is changing amazingly fast raising concerns at the same time about the stability of the political system in many…

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Norbert Hofer

The Latest Trends in European Politics

Is the Far Right Taking over Europe?

Klaudjo Kavaja on

The Global Gender Gap Report 2015

The Global Gender Gap Report 2015

Empowering Women

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Someone is taking a bribe

Italian Corruption

Corruption within Politics

Mirea Cartabbia on

Who is ruling European countries?

Infographic: Leading Parties in European Countries

What do we know about the political preferences of neighbours?

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Zoran Zarev

End of an Era?

Macedonian Crisis Officially Resolved

Ivana Dushkova on

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

George Chatzelenis on

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Size of Political Groups in EP

European Parliament Groups

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Europe in 1817

Europe according to Italy in 1817

Satirical map of Europe from 19th century

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UK Net Migration

The Immigration Debate in the UK

Immigration has been a hot topic in the run up to the general election in Briain, but has it become a red herring drawing the attention away from other key issues such as education, poverty and public services?

Laura Shimili Mears on

Your vote counts

Local Elections in Albania, again…

Blerina Karagjozi on

Number of MPs per country

Infographic: Parliamentary Seats in Europe

How many Members of Parliament does your country actually need?

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Infographic: The Bloodiest Dictators of the XX-th Century

Infographic: The Bloodiest Dictators of the XX-th Century

History unfold: which regime killed the most people

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Cool Map of Europe

Europe: the Year Ahead

A political, social and cultural calendar of Europe in 2015

Andreea Anastasiu on

The coat of arms of the University of Bucharest

The Faculty of Political Science in Romania – Its Beginnings and Political Science Students

The faculty of Political Science at the University of Bucharest is a brilliant example of how education can help build a connection between young European students, where we can share our experiences and ideas with others, and work together to build a common future and a common identity.

Adriana Giurca on

A German man

Seduction & Sexuality (Made in Deutschland): Part II

German men have a reason to hide themselves behind their beer, the birth rate of Germany is declining

Olivia Strzelczyk on

Marilyn-Merkel

Seduction & Sexuality (Made in Deutschland): Part I

Flirting with Germans? Find explanations of an expatriate based in Germany who is foreign to their way of seduction.

Olivia Strzelczyk on

European Globalisation Adjustment Fund

European Globalisation Adjustment Fund

How it works!

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On the 5th of October 2012 the President of Portugal Cavaco Silva hoisted the Portuguese flag upside down.

5th of October and the Hunger for Power in Portugal

Politics and Power in Portugal

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Integration is one of the key topics of our age, but how can we successfully achieve it?

Integration in Europe: Why the problem is not a matter of religion

Integrating minorities has proven easier said than done, but religion should not be the one to blame.

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The television propaganda in Greece after the European elections

The television propaganda in Greece after the European elections

Greek far-right politicians don't want to accept their loss at the recent elections

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European Parliament Elections 2014: the non-voters index

European Parliament Elections 2014: the non-voters index

The new member countries obviously have less interest to European politics

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#Infographic: Will #EP2014 change the EU?

#Infographic: Will #EP2014 change the EU?

How can we increase the trust in the European Union?

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Gomel, Belarus

Belarus: between Ukraine and Evil

Belarusian journalist about the current situation in Ukraine and national identity crisis in Belarus

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Elections on the way!

Elections on the way!

What is the future of Europe after the coming elections?

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The Costs of Euromaidan

The Costs of Euromaidan

The events that took place in recent weeks in Ukraine showed the strong will of Ukrainian people in their struggle against injustice, corruption and authoritarianism. At the same time the …

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Greece and the police

Police two-speed

A personal view on the current events that occurred in Greece

George Chatzelenis on

Ukraine's Choice

Ukraine's Choice

The recent events in Ukraine cannot leave anybody indifferent. Daily reports in the media show the incredible unity of the people in their common struggle for basic human rights.

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Liberty Leading the People by Eugène Delacroix (1830) celebrates the July Revolution (Louvre-Lens Museum)

Using Culture for Political Purposes

A Famous Painting Could Create a Serious Dispute Between Two French Ministers.

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Eastern Partnership Summit: the Outcomes

Eastern Partnership Summit: the Outcomes

The long expected Eastern Partnership Summit took place on a very dynamic and exciting backgroung: mass protests in the Ukraine, the change of political power in Georgia, the intentions of …

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