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28 November 2013 – Some of the most high-profile British media came together at the event “Reporting Europe”, organised by King’s College London on 7th October 2013, to discuss how the British media approach European issues. The peculiar way in which British media (...) by
14 November 2013 – Since the beginning of the year, around 7,000 illegal immigrants have crossed the Bulgarian border, half of them from Syria. While the numbers are lower than for Italy, Spain or Greece, dealing with the influx is putting pressure on the (...) by
23 October 2013 – A distinction is often made between European Neighbours and neighbours of Europe within the EU. The former shares a much greater cultural proximity and, behind closed doors, represents candidates for membership. The latter is a purely geographic (...) by
8 October 2013 – After a triumphant result at the German election, Angela Merkel faces a third term as Chancellor of Germany. The election is a sign of trust of the German people, but also a strong mandate for the Chancellor’s policies. Merkel has reached the (...) by
17 August 2013 – In the past years we’ve seen people taking to the streets all over the world - from the Middle East to Turkey and Brazil - to express their dissatisfaction with the ruling parties. Now the wave of civil discontent has submerged Bulgaria. (...) by
10 August 2013 – Confidence in the political system has been one of the major casualties of the economic crisis tormenting Europe. Voters’ trust in their elected representatives has been shaken all over the continent and, in some places, has fallen to an all-time (...) by | 2 comments
8 August 2013 – To fight the euro crisis, the EU was forced to stretch its rules to the limits of legality, and sometimes beyond. EU Treaties will have to be revised sooner or later, but given the scale of the political challenge, it should happen as part of a (...) by | 2 comments
24 July 2013 – The cost of using a mobile phone while travelling in the EU was reduced earlier this month. Price caps on roaming charges have been introduced, which means charges for making a call will drop by 17 percent a minute, while receiving a call will (...) by
12 July 2013 – In an EU summit last month, European leaders agreed to set aside a further €6bn to tackle youth unemployment, prioritising the deployment of funds to where youth unemployment is higher than 25 percent, namely Greece (59.1 percent), Spain (55.9 (...) by
10 July 2013 – Once again, Spanish central state bridles Catalan self-governance. The Generalitat blames Wert’s Law on Spanish Education Reform for triggering yet another ideological battle. Backspace key pressed to 1978, again. ‘Wert’s Law clearly is a (...) by
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