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One of the 2.900 White Helmets volunteers, who is rescuing a child from a destroyed building, they have saved more than 70.000 lives

We should all be ashamed

Samantha Power, the US Ambassador to the United Nations, during an emergency meeting in Syria because of the Aleppo situation at the UN Security Council, said this: “three members …

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The populism nexus and the grim future of humanity

The populism nexus and the grim future of humanity

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Is Turkey a new danger for Europe?

Is Turkey a new danger for Europe?

The aftermath of the coup finds Turkey in the middle of critical decisions about its geopolitical future. Recep Tayipp Erdogan, Turkey's president since 2002, has the momentum in favour of…

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The Economist Intelligence Unit Democracy index map for 2015. Greener colours represent more democratic countries.

Is there any good political regime?

The question looks easy for someone used to live in democracy but maybe democracy is not always the best of the political regimes. Sometimes the attempt to move to a …

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ISIS

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.

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Refugee crisis: The EU and Turkey's ugly response

Refugee crisis: The EU and Turkey's ugly response

When the EU-Turkey refugee preliminary accord saw the light of day on March 8th, humanitarian organisations and the United Nations didn't need much time to raise their moral and legal concerns.

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Many Europeans have shown their solidarity with the asylum seekers and refugees.

The Solidarity of Greek Citizens with Asylum Seekers

While governments and institutions are often not doing enough to assist refugees, many citizens have been pro-actively helping in many ways.

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Number of Refugees coming into Europe and their countries of origin

The Syrians are not the problem

The Migrant Crisis reveals deep issues in Europe

George Chatzelenis on

Vladimir Putin and Bashar Hafez al-Assad

Russia in Syria

For two days Russian planes, escorted by Syrian MiG29, have been flying over the Daesh/Isis areas without bombing, while the Syrian, Egyptian, Iranian and Iraqi intelligence services are cooperating actively with the Russian military services.

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Infographic: Syrian Refugees by Country

Infographic: Syrian Refugees by Country

Syrian Refugees as a Percentage of Population

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Infographic: The Great Syrian Escape

Infographic: The Great Syrian Escape

Where Syrians Come From And Where Do They Go To?

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Is this the European Way to GO?

Is this the European Way to GO?

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Only 2 of the top 10 countries for Refugees per Capita are EU Member States. Nevertheless, lacking the experience and united approach in refugee policies, many issues are rising throughout Europe, which will dramatically change our society.

Mass-Migration changing European Society

From enormous fences to far-right violence - the mis-management of migration policy and lack of a coherent and united approach are creating huge issues in European society.

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15 conflicts forcing people to flee their homes

Infographic: World Refugee Day 2015

The number of refugees in the world is higher than ever

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8.2 Million People were Displaced in 2013

Many displaced people escaped from wars to find a better life in Europe

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Talking about immigration, realities of the Albanian Adriatic shores

Immigrant it’s not a name, it's just a specific condition of a human like you, who in this very moment of life is not lucky enough to have your opportunities of living a normal life back home.

Blerina Karagjozi on

Infographic: Germany comes first for Syrian Refugee resettlement

Infographic: Germany comes first for Syrian Refugee resettlement

The conflict in Syria has created over three million refugees with the vast majority of them fleeing to neighbouring countries. Germany come first for Syrian refugee resettlement, with over 20,000 places …

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the Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan

Armenians Escaping the Ethnic Massacre in Kessab

On 21st March, the Armenian Syrian region of Kessab was attacked by the Syrian al Nustra Front and by the Turkish air force.

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Syrian Humanitarian Crisis - What role does the EU have?

Syrian Humanitarian Crisis - What role does the EU have?

How could the EU mitigate the effects of the Syrian humanitarian crisis?

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Military Intervention in Syria and the EU

Military Intervention in Syria and the EU

There seems to be a strange silence about a common European stance towards the question of military action. So where is the EU?

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What makes the Syria situation so complex?

What makes the Syria situation so complex?

Syria is a pivotal player in the Middle Eastern house of cards.

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The Bustan Al-Qasr district of Aleppo after a mortar shell hit

To intervene or not to intervene: that is the question

The recent events in Syria have stunned the whole world. Should the EU seek a military intervention in Syrian territory?

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Military action in Syria.

Military action in Syria.

Where should Europe stand? While US and its European allies accuse Syria of using chemical weapons, Chinese and Russian officials declared that "western powers were rushing to conclusions".

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Europe and the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Europe and the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Civilians are leaving Syria in thousands every day, leaving everything behind except what they can carry in those frantic moments of flight.

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