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Pew survey shows a split in EU favorability

The swirling waters of the European Union perhaps do not have to fear the far right parties shall have their go in braking up the European Union. The British went to the polls at a time when a new multi-nation … Continue reading

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2015 Economy

Aid to the Most Deprived In the second half of December, the European Commission approved the operational programmes for eight EU countries to use the new Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived (FEAD), including a €560 million package … Continue reading

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2014 Economics

Eurozone In this chapter looking on the year that Latvia officially adopted the euro as its currency becoming the 18th member of the Eurozone we could see in the West that more people did not manage any more to come … Continue reading

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2014 Health and welfare

Malaria and Aids Malaria, transmitted exclusively through the bites of Anopheles mosquitoes, in the previous century the world’s most deadly tropical parasitic disease which killed more people than any other communicable disease, except tuberculosis, still kills 500,000 a year and a … Continue reading

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2014 Politics all over the world

Thailand The 2013–14 Thai political crisis did not seem to come to an end and the ‘peaceful’ protests were silenced at certain moments, with brutal police force. Anti-government protests took place between November 2013 and May 2014, organised by the … Continue reading

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Expanding opportunities for more American families

It is scandalous that in many so called ‘civilised countries’ people do have to work for just a few Euros, Dollars or Pounds. Wherever you look in Belgium at a construction site you shall see Polish workers, who have to … Continue reading

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Jerez not an exception of poverty in Spain

In Europe we do find more people who are becoming afraid that they cannot feed their children. If we are not careful this economic crisis will distort more societies in the Union. At the moment grandparents can still use their … Continue reading

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Economic crisis danger for the rise of political extremism

The last few years we have seen racist attacks becoming more in vogue again. Some experts blame the situation on the social stress caused by an extended period of economic austerity – unemployment rates are fast approaching high percentages and … Continue reading

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Classes of people and Cronyism

Merchants and master manufacturers are . . . the two classes of people who commonly employ the largest capitals, and who by their wealth draw to themselves the greatest share of the public consideration . . . The interest of … Continue reading

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Stronger than anything that wants to destroy

Often first something terrible has to happen before people recognise the blessings they have. Its not from what they see on the small or bigger screen today, but from the things that they really can feel. Or when working with … Continue reading

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