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Featured Stings

ECB asks for more subsidies to banks

Why the ECB had to clarify it caters for the entire Eurozone not just Germany?

The Commission offers exit from the EU budget stalemate

On Human Rights Day European Youth Forum calls for end to discrimination of young people

Germany and France only care about keeping their borrowing cheap

Trade deals’ pure realism: it may take 10 years for a post-Brexit agreement

The MH17 tragedy to put a tombstone on Ukrainian civil war

Close to final agreement on the EU Banking Union

My Mothers

EU leads the torn away South Sudan to a new bloody civil war

EU Commission indifferent on Court of Auditors’ recommendations

ECB: A revolutionary idea to revitalize the European economy with cheap loans to SMEs

How painful is the Greek tragedy for the Germans?

The vehicles of our future

Commissioner sings “Volar-e” but the European driver no “Cantar-e”

What do Europeans believe about the crisis and the possible way out?

Chatterbox Rome Declaration cannot save the EU; Germany has to pay more to do that

EU secures more and cheaper energy supplies

Quality Internships: Towards a Toolkit for Employers

Egypt: The road to hell paved with western advices for democracy

Legal Manager – 2050

The European Parliament wants to stay in one place

Family incomes stagnate in the EU; people excluded from ‘moderate recovery’

IMF: Sorry Greece, Ireland, Portugal we were wrong!

Look Mom, even the House of Lords says the #righttobeforgotten is not right

Eurozone: Sovereign debt decreases for the first time since 2007

World Retail Congress Dubai 2016: Retail’s night of nights

Is Germany yielding to pressures for more relaxed economic policies?

Brussels enraged with Swiss referendum result to keep out EU citizens

The issue of health literacy and how it affects European health policies

Why do thousands of migrants need to be drowned for Brussels to wake up?

Banks get trillions and the unemployed ECB’s love…

JADE Romania Celebrates the 4th Anniversary

This crisis cannot be confronted with statistics

ECB reaches the boundaries of its mandate to revive the entirety of Eurozone

Ukraine takes EU money and runs to sign with Russia

EU Commission accuses Germany of obstructing growth and the banking union

The Eurogroup has set Cyprus on fire

The EU Parliament sidesteps the real issues about banks, while the US target the Eurozone lenders

EU Commission spends billions without achieving targets

Inflation and interest rates indicate urgent need for action

The ECB ‘accidentally’ followed IMF‘s policy advice for growth and job creation by printing more money

Miguel Arias Cañete European Commission

EU should invest more in climate and not sit back on its laurels and watch

France and Poland to block David Cameron’s plans on immigration

Eurozone hasn’t escaped the deflation danger

Philippe de Backer of ALDE at European Business Summit 2015 stresses: “Reinvent your business”

The Junior Enterprise concept: Business & Education

All talk but no action against fraudulent bankers

On Youth Participation: Are we active citizens?

Commission deepens criticism on German economic policies

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