The ongoing debate about Greece's situation raises some important questions about the foundation of the European Union.
The European Parliament Leadership
The Netherlands is the country with the highest number of bicycle travellers
The procurement negotiations of the drug Sofosbuvir sparked a debate in Portugal on the price to pay for innovative drugs and on the possibility of European countries buying them together.
Bordeaux is the biggest urban UNESCO World Heritage site in the world and a top tourist destination in Europe.
History unfold: which regime killed the most people
We all thank Germany for the Deutsche Mark’s strong foundations that the Euro was built on. Nonetheless, Germany should understand that in a family we solve the upcoming problems through dialogue and flexibility.
The battlefield of free streaming has been chosen!
Freedom of expression and, thus freedom of press, is one of the main pillars of modern democracy. But that's not all. Freedom of religion and tolerance are also within its framework.
United in Diversity!
Pros and Cons of the TTIP
Except for the Thai, Europeans lead the world when it comes to cheating
Identity is not a concept set in stone. It's rather the outcome of a relentless process.
Should we really be Je suis Charlie?
The EU's budget for 2014-2020 recently received the backing from the European Parliament after MEPs had worked hard to ensure every euro will be spent wisely. Check out our interactive …
The indiscriminate shooting of innocent people in Copenhagen has left Europe in shock, but it is time to take a step back and take a broader look at what this means for our society.
Italy, Ireland and Poland are World leaders
Can Europeans still afford paying for energy?
Cluj Napoca is the European Youth Capital of 2015 and probably the best city you've never heard of.
How much countries spend on health care?
Should Freedom of Speech be completely unlimited?
United in Diversity!
There are currently 5 candidate member-states for the EU, but which one/s will join first?
The world map would look pretty different if each country size would match its own population
Today is 17th February and Kosovo marks its seventh year of independence. The new-born state came to see the light only nine years after the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s military intervention, to stop the humanitarian catastrophe towards the Albanian population.
Before the winter is over, there is still plenty of places to go!
How the newly elected Greek government could alter EU’s decisions concerning sanctions imposed on Russia
This map shows that in Europe there are still not free countries
The unique style of Turkish Soap Operas captivates the world with such elements the audience can identify with, will this perhaps change our view on Turkey?