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Tag: European identity

Euroscepticism: an ideology, a feeling, or a political attitude?

Posted: May 2, 2014 at 08:07   /   Portugal

Since the Carnation Revolution in 1974, Portugal has always been a country that has lived peacefully. But since the beginning of the economic crisis, the country is once more rebelling against authorities. by Lucía de la Sierra LISBON – The Portuguese go out on the streets and demonstrate very often. They are fed up with […]

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What Europe is missing

Posted: May 1, 2014 at 16:03   /   Germany

The upcoming European Parliament elections have revealed certain problems facing the European Union on its way to closer cooperation and integration. Every European election, citizens are more and more reluctant to vote. And even in a country like Germany, this problem is more than just tangible. by Aliya Iskenderova BERLIN – “No, I suppose, I […]

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“I am a European”

Posted: April 5, 2014 at 16:29   /   Latvia

He is German, but sings for Latvia. He speaks fluent Latvian, Dutch, Danish and a variety of other languages. Jöran Steinhauer (27) says  about himself that he is first and foremost European. With his band Aarzemnieki, Jöran represents Latvia at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.  By Sophia Schirmer RIGA – A small room in an […]

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