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5 July 2014 – The 100th anniversary of WWI offers the opportunity to compare the current crisis with those occurred during the past century. The two World Wars, the great depression, fascism and nazism are aspects of the crisis of the nation-state. The 100th (...) by | 1 comment
23 April 2014 – “The only natural resource we discovered is the human potential. Israel is an example where the people enriched the land more than the land enriched the people.” – President Shimon Peres, from his EU parliament speech In their book “Start-up (...) by
15 April 2014 – Choosing political parties and candidates in today’s gloomy Greek reality and in the actual economic and social circumstances is undoubtedly one of the most responsible and at the same time difficult decisions a Greek voter is expected to make. (...) by
13 April 2014 – The first two functional satellites of Galileo, the European global positioning system, are scheduled for launch in June. The take-off from Kourou Space Centre will mark the end of years of delays during which the programme faced more political (...) by
3 April 2014 – United in diversity: This is the motto of the European Union. In this sense, the European progress is measured against the degree of European integration. One of the essential components of such integration is the preservation, as well as the (...) by ,
31 March 2014 – The 100th anniversary of WWI offers the opportunity to compare the current crisis with those occurred during the past century. The two World Wars, the great depression, fascism and nazism are aspects of the crisis of the nation-state. In fact, (...) by | 1 comment
11 March 2014 – Ilze Juhansone is Permanent Representative of Latvia to the European Union. She enlightens for us various burning and topical issues at the European level and depicts her country, ten years after joining the EU. What is your government reaction (...) by
22 February 2014 – I’m from Portugal, a country whose king-to-be had to win against his mother, a countess, in the São Mamede battle in order to become independent. This was in 1128. Now, in 2014, how can a nation become an independent state? In some parts of the (...) by
13 February 2014 – Ireland and Irish people generally seem to occupy a strange position with respect to the European Union, European integration and European culture. It could be summed up basically as a kind of mixture of positivity and indifference. In (...) by
15 January 2014 – The introduction of the euro has been a fundamental step in European history, a political event that testifies to the progress made on the road of integration, a profound economic and social change; but it has been, precisely, a step, not the (...) by
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