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The Dutch Ukraine–European Union Association Agreement referendum

Is Ukraine welcomed into the EU?

The Dutch Ukraine–European Union Association Agreement referendum is a referendum concerning the approval of the Association Agreement between the European Union and Ukraine, which will be held in the Netherlands on 6 April, 2016. Today, the country which holds the presidency of the Council of the EU this semester will decide whether Ukraine could be a member of the European Union or not.

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Do you remember Ukraine Crisis?

Do you remember Ukraine Crisis?

Have you forgotten the Ukraine Crisis? European Union doesn´t.

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Is the EU-Ukraine trade agreement going to get approved by the Dutch people?

A Ukrainian dilemma

The dutch people get to decide Ukraine's faith on the trade agreement with the EU

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Design by Mark Kanarsky

70 Anniversary of the United Nations

24 October: 'Turn the World UN Blue'

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II Trilateral Youth Forum „Germany, Russia, Ukraine: A Common Future?“

II Trilateral Youth Forum „Germany, Russia, Ukraine: A Common Future?“

Call for Applications

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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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East and West

The quest for an alternative mind-set: Putin and the Eurasian way of life

Speaking about mind-sets and how they create our identity

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Maidan Nezalezhnosti at Dusk, April 2014

Among the Maidan Nazis

The author visited Kiev during the "Maidan" revolution. In this article he shares the stories of the people he met there and how their "revolution" was not a geopolitical game but a "revolution of dignity", based on human desires and hopes.

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Liberation of Paris: WWII Then and Now

How WWII is Taught in Different European Countries - Part 2

The Youth Association for a Greater Europe has been talking to young Europeans about how World War II is being taught in their schools.

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German conquests in Europe 1942

How World War II is Taught in Different European Countries - Part 1

The Youth Association for a Greater Europe has been talking to young Europeans about how World War II is being taught in their schools.

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The Polish military on parade

Poland, the last bulwark against Russian aggression?

With U.S political and military will fading is Poland prepared to face Russian aggression?

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 Russia's Imperial Aspirations

Russia's Imperial Aspirations

Russia seems to have no regrets about its Soviet past

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Hollande has made statements supportive of lifting Russian sanctions.

France opts in favour of Russia before the Parisian tragedy

The French leader Francois Hollande had announced on the 5th of January during his interview for the France Inter Radio about his willingness to lift the EU sanctions against Russia.

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R.I.P #MH17

Just Imagine That This Could Be Your Spouse!

17 July 2014, 12:14, flight MH17 of Malaysia Airlines leaves Schiphol airport in Amsterdam to set course to Kuala Lumpur with a Boeing 777. On board are 298 passengers most of them on their way to a holiday destination in Southeast Asia. Regrettably, the plane never arrives.

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This infographic about the Ukrainian approval of foreign leadership has been made by Statista (Statista.com)

Ukrainian Approval of Foreign Leaderships

Ukrainian approval of the EU leadership increased by 5% while that of Russian leadership reduced by 38%

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There are thousands of victims of the Ukrainian war

2014 in Numbers: The Conflict in Ukraine

Thousands of people have been killed and many more have been wounded and displaced in Ukraine in 2014

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Christmas in Europe

A European Christmas Calendar put together by 40 young Europeans from 28 nations

Spreading joy to the less fortunate this Christmas

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Are We Entering an Era of a New Cold War?

Are We Entering an Era of a New Cold War?

Analysing the ambiguities of the Western- Russian relationship

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Ukraine: One Year after Euromaidan

Ukraine: One Year after Euromaidan

That was a tough year for Ukraine and Europe. Let's see what has changed!

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The Latest Situation in the east of Ukraine in November

The Ukraine Crisis for Dummies and Why It Is Important - The Final Chapter

The last part of the series looking at the underlying causes of the crisis in Ukraine

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This infographic of deadliest countries for journalists has been made by Statista (Statista.com)

The Deadliest Countries for Journalists in 2014

This year Ukraine has been one of the most dangerous countries for journalists

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The flag of Ukraine

The Ukraine Crisis for Dummies and Why It Is Important - Part II

A three part guide to the crisis in Ukraine. In Part II the author discusses the relationship between economics and politics in Ukraine.

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The Russian bear has awoken.

The Ukraine Crisis for Dummies and Why It Is Important - Part I

A three part guide to the crisis in Ukraine. In Part I the author looks at the international political context following the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

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Europe has been diversifying its sources of energy imports in recent years.

Putin’s Energy Weapon -­ Europe’s Ultimate Test

This is the time for Europe to stand up to the bully by creating a political foundation which will put an end to Putin’s aggression by depriving Russia of its geopolitical tool once and for all.

Katarzyna Nazarewicz on

Ukraine Crisis Map - The Situation as of 30 October

Stories from Hell: Hostages of the "Donetsk People’s Republic" - Part 2

Real stories of Ukrainian people taken hostage in Donbas

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The latest situation in the east of Ukraine. Despite the "ceasefire" the situation is still fluid.

Stories from Hell: Hostages of the "Donetsk People’s Republic" - Part 1

Real stories of Ukrainian people taken hostage in Donbas

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Independence Square - the heart of the Euromaidan protests

Legal Dynamics and Strategic Consequences of the Ukrainian Crisis

“The EU and Russia don't have a strategic plan of action and cooperation anymore, and it is necessary to strengthen the security for European States which have common boundaries with Russia”

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Russia claims it is "not responsible" for Ukraine crisis

Russia claims it is "not responsible" for Ukraine crisis

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Is there an end-game for Putin?

Is there an end-game for Putin?

What is going on in the Ukraine-Russia conflict?

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Food prices growth in Russia

Infographic: food prices skyrocketing in Russia

Russian sanctions hurt Russian citizens rather than the EU

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