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The strategic History of Terrorism: Analyzing the past and planning the future

The strategic History of Terrorism: Analyzing the past and planning the future

The study of terrorism as a method of achieving strategic objectives has seen a generous number of disputes over the years from different scholars, mostly on the issue of defining …

Theocharis Livanos on

Sarajevo - Covered Women

Mickey Mouse from Sarajevo

Sarajevo's rich history is unfortunately also the history of war, and the scars of conflict are still visible in the city today. OneEurope author Erik Redli reflects on his own experience in Sarajevo.

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Pope Francis

Pope Francis's Visit to Bosnia Herzegovina

Pope Francis's visit to Bosnia Herzegovina had a great impact on the region. More than 70,000 worshipers from all around the world came to Sarajevo to watch the religious leader share his message of peace and tolerance.

Hamza Pecar on

The Story of Human Rights

The Story of Human Rights

Natural Law

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Religion in the 21st century.

People with no religion in 2050

Religiousness will change in parts of the world, but religion will still remain very important according to this map.

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Christianity and Islam in 2050

Main Religions in the World in 2050

Islam and Christianity are expected to be the biggest religions of the future

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Give Me Liberty at My Death

Will the End of Life Law in France Influence the Rest of Europe?

On Tuesday, 10th of March, the French National Assembly discussed The End of Life Law, granting the "right to continuous deep sedation". Thus, the patient "may claim to sleep before dying in order to not suffer". Combining emotions and values, at the crossroads of morality and ethics, the question of euthanasia mobilizes the civil society. Within the European Union, each country legislates on their own. But faced with such challenges, a comprehensive understanding of the European context will be beneficial in order to better understand the future prospects.

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Muslims in Europe

Infographic: Muslims in Europe

Is there many Muslims living in Europe?

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The 1914 Christmas Truce / Weihnachtsfrieden, is the most positive event of WWI

Remembering The 1914 Christmas Truce

24 December, 2014 is the centenary of the infamous and deeply touching "1914 Christmas Truce"

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Religion in people's everyday life

The importance of religion in our everyday life

Religion still plays a major role in most of the world, Europe included.

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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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Is Religion Dead in Europe?

Is Religion Dead in Europe?

In the most populous European countries most people seem to have stopped attending church. What does it mean for Europe?

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Happy Easter!

Happy Easter!

2014 is unique as all Christian denominations celebrate Easter on the same date.

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Euthanasia: where do children stand?

Euthanasia: where do children stand?

Euthanasia has always been the subject of great controversy. In Belgium, dying children can now take the most difficult decision of their lives.

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Religion vs Secularism?

Religion vs Secularism?

Europe's secular character reflects the Enlightenment values of individual liberty, humanism, equality and rationalism.

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Religion in Europe.

Religion in Europe.

Religion has had a major influence on all world's cultures. Wether we think of Buddhism, Judaism, Islam or Christianity, they were all decisive for the way our societies look like …

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 The limits of European liberalism: freedom from/for religion

The limits of European liberalism: freedom from/for religion

When we hear the word "religious freedom" it seems obvious for all of us. Maybe it is not as simple issue as it sounds, though.

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Oath of Office taken by former Greek PM (George Papandreou)

To the father, the son, the holy spirit... AND THE STATE? (II)

Following the first part, already published, the relationship between religion and politics in Greece is now questioned in face of the severe crisis

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Oia, Santorini island (Greece)

To the father, the son, the holy spirit... AND THE STATE? (I)

Combining the ecclesiastical dimension with more secular aspects, the Greek Church seems to be an active source of dissatisfaction

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The Hijab Outcry

The Hijab Outcry

In Sweden, the simple wearing of a headscarf has transformed in a terrifiant incident with controversial implications

Klara Andersson on

The French secular approach

The French secular approach

Separation of church and state for Europe is as noble as it is problematic

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Happy Easter!!!

Happy Easter!!!

240 million Orthodox Christians celebrate Easter today!!!

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The Muslim Population in Each European Country

Greeks and Religious Tolerance

Repression causes more reactions, than allowing the freedom of expression and the practicing of ceremonies of other religions.

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Religions in Europe

Religions in Europe

Diversity - this is the word that probably describes best our European society. Not only we're the home of tens of languages and hundreds of different dialects, we also have…

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European Religions

European Religions

Europe is fervently preparing for Christmas. But we are all doing so in slightly different ways.

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