In the Case of Greece, Everyone is Wrong (And Right) For the past 5 years, I’ve seen my own opinion on Greece and the Greek crisis constantly shift. First I was harsh, Professor VanDeveer had made it clear at my time at Harvard, that the Ancient Athenians were very harsh to the Melians (see “Melian Dialogue”). […]Read More Enough: In the Case of Greece, Everyone is Wrong
A confusing infographic representing a confusing referendum, voted for by a confused nation.Read More Infographic: What was Greece voting for?
Continuing to enlarge the European Union’s borders, expanding its political union and introducing new policies and agendas to extend the relationships between EU countries should and is a political priority. But how can the Commission and the governments of each member-state continue to work towards its evolution when the people are not driven or in […]Read More Sustaining European growth and integration within the current EU context
What kind of Europe do we live in? To be more specific what kind of European Union do we live in? Are we as united in diversity as like to think we are – and who are the true Europeans? MODEL EUROPEAN For a long time I thought I was the most European person anyone […]Read More Europe: A colourful painting or an optical illusion?
And the winner is: the European Union! After being nominated for a number of years the anti-union powers in the committee seem to have finally agreed to honour the European Union. I think this is an astonishing piece of evidence of the success and the tremendous results of many decades of hard work and effort […]Read More Nobel Peace Prize for the EU!
Do not listen to them. And do not follow them. Do Not blame Merkel. Quite the opposite. Based on the specifications of the economic and political model adopted by Greece, Merkel’s hard line is the only way out of the crisis. Do you not agree? Alright. What is it Merkel wants? Each eurozone country should be […]Read More Merkel, Germany and Greece
Will the UK vote Yes? The prime minister of the United Kingdom is considering making a speech about Britain’s future relationship with Europe and the European Union before December’s EU leaders summit. The speech would set out his ideas of how the UK will respond to creating “a democratic federation of nation states”. A referendum […]Read More Brits considering Europe
Video 1: the lie Video 2: The school that made me who I am today. The school didn’t make me European. I decided to become one after being taught different histories (History seen from different angles). Thanks to the European School me and my classmates became more open, we learned not to discriminate, to accept […]Read More The lie about the European School system
The EU is a unique economic and political partnership between 27 European countries that together cover much of the continent. It was created in the aftermath of the Second World War. The first steps were to foster economic cooperation: the idea being that countries who trade with one another become economically interdependent and so more […]Read More Basic information on the European Union of 2012
Let us fight to free the world, to do away with national barriers, do away with greed, with hate and intolerance. Let us fight for a world of reason, a world where science and progress will lead to all men’s happiness. In the name of democracy, let us all unite! ¬ Charlie Chaplin, The Great […]Read More Leaving a European environment to live in a Eurosceptic one
I dare you to read and comment, for it is hard to accept the truth. The European Schools are co-educational schools providing nursery, primary and secondary. They are established to provide free education for children of personnel of the European Institutions and leading to the European Baccalaureate. Other children may be admitted subject to the […]Read More European Schools, an example of European education or a failure to unite our history?