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  • In order to «make its voice heard in a globalized world, Europe needs to keep its destiny in its own hands, since the ages that we could implicitly depend ourselves to others have passed away», Merkel declared. Creating real European soldiers, besides NATO, «we will prove that a war will never break out again among Europe’s countries»

    Merkel: Nationalism and egoism out of Europe

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed Europe’s future with the members of European Parliament and the president of European commission Jean-Claude Juncker at the plenary session of European Parliament on Tuesday

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Pappas, who is a close ally of the Greek premier, said the objective was to create a progressive alliance that will overcome the failed model of neo-liberalism, and push back the far-right, leading the EU towards a social and democratic model

Greek minister: Far-right rise in Europe needs a progressive federalism response

The election of Manfred Weber as the European People’s Party (EPP) Spitzenkandidat ahead of next May’s European elections confirms the right turn of the EPP, Nikos Pappas told EURACTIV.com on Thursday (8 November)

Europe: The psychological gap between East and West

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Italy: The new Greece?

Is Italy’s crisis the new Greece? Is it just as bad? Or different? Could it take just as long to resolve it?

Never mind Europe's ageing, the EU should focus instead on the impoverished young

The European Union has rightly been chided for failing to develop a strategy on ageing, but where it has really fallen down is on younger people

Merkel’s Way Out

Angela Merkel’s decision to step aside as party leader and not run again as chancellor in 2021 may have surprising consequences

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