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Culinary map of Europe

The culinary map of Europe according to Greece

Europe's diversity is also present in food

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"Mother" in European languages

How to say "Mother" in European languages

The most important word of them all...

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United States Of Europe. An unrealistic scenario?

United States Of Europe. An unrealistic scenario?

Marios Nomikos analyses the history of European integration, the current issues facing the European project and the future perspectives for dealing with them in the best way for all Europeans.

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Philip Rákay, author of the book ‘Freedom Square 89’

Freedom Square 89 – A Book on an Era

“Hopefully, It Will Be Easier for You, My Darling”

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Japanese stereotypes of Europe

Japanese stereotypes of European countries

Based on Japanese Google autocomplete suggestions

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The latest stats on "General Government Gross Depth" by Eurostat.

Why taxes and financial measures cannot bring the money back to creditors

Athanasios Vasilopoulos analyses the dramatic measures taken by governments to repay loans in haste, which often lead to long term issues in the real economy of the affected countries.

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US Presidential candidates

The next president of the USA

Who would be the best for the job

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Nuit Debout: an overview of the French movement

Nuit Debout: an overview of the French movement

Maeva Chargros presents the latest situation in the protests in France and other European countries (together with quotes from the participants), and analyses the events which led to them, and which could dramatically change Europe.

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The map of Europe

Opinion: Europe is passing over for “the dark side of the force”

« There is a remedy which ... could in a few years make all Europe ... free and... happy and this remedy is to create a European family again , to the extent that we can, and give a structure capable of ensuring peace , security and freedom..».

by Haris Livanos on

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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"There is never going to be a one track Europe, or even a two track one. Europe is diverse and will remain so. Europe will always be divided so long as political and civil society survive – and a good thing too! This diversity, these tensions, are not part of Europe’s weakness but of its strength. The Plurality of power in Europe is untidy but valuable. We need a Europe not where ignorant armies clash by night, but where informed Europeans debate and argue in the full light of day, in the European Parliament, the councils and the commissions..."

The Open Society and its Friend: The European Union

Steve Patriarca analyses the EU structure, values and conduct from the perspective of Karl Popper's Open Society and the main strands of Liberalism, in light of the current debates surrounding the EU referendum in the UK.

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Nuclear power plants in Europe and the percentage of nuclear energy towards the total energy consumption of selected member states.

Nuclear needs up to EUR 450 billion to survive

A new report published by the European Commission reveals the current state and future plans for European energy and has led to strong reactions from key stakeholders.

by María Ruiz Nievas on

Europe 2020

Labour Market Intelligence: Do We Need It?

Apprenticeships and the provision of workplace training can help both young people and the unemployed

by Dora Paschalidou on

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.

by Leonidas Asimakopoulos on

Top European Colonists

Top European Colonists

UK is by far the number 1

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Best Intern Ever

Internships, is this the new millennium’s slavery?

Exploring the discrepancy between what an internship should be and what it actually is

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Could ‘business clusters’ save the European economy?

Could ‘business clusters’ save the European economy?

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Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa - "the right man in the right place"

Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, the Professor President

Portugal has a new President, with a fresh approach, a new style and a many ideas.

by Fábio Paulos on

Preparing for the Future

Preparing for the Future

Growth & Digital Skills

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Pray for Brussels!

Our hearts are with Brussels and the families of the victims!

Pray for Brussels!

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Refugee crisis: The EU and Turkey's ugly response

Refugee crisis: The EU and Turkey's ugly response

by María Ruiz Nievas on

Do you remember Ukraine Crisis?

Do you remember Ukraine Crisis?

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

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The EU-Turkey refugee deal: Is it legal?

The EU-Turkey refugee deal: Is it legal?

The clock is ticking and it is still unclear if the EU will manage to seal a refugee agreement with Turkey by the end of the week.

by María Ruiz Nievas on

https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/1g-5g-infographic

From 1G to 5G

Mobile Communications - Digital Single Market

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Nicosia - A Walled City

Nicosia - The Last Divided Capital

Leonidas Asimakopoulos sends pictures from Nicosia, together with a message of hope, progress and unity.

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http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/news-room/20160226STO16215/The-female-face-of-the-refugee-crisis

Female Asylum Seekers

International Women's Day

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Death Penalty in Europe

Death Penalty in Europe

The year of the last use of death penalty in peace time

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Asylum seekers travelling through Greece are stopped from going into other Balkan countries.

The European Union – at the crossroads between nationalism and solidarity

Where is the solidarity within the European Union? Paul Hahnenkamp analyses the response to the growing humanitarian crisis in Greece in the context of European and national politics of the present day and recent years.

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EU Youth Report 2015

EU Youth Report 2015

Situation of Young People in Europe

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Brexit Caricature

Stronger together?

A caricature of Brexit

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