March 9, 2017

Dimitris Tsingos on Europe as a Peace Project

Please allow me to share a very personal story with you. It is about my father who passed away in February. At the age of 89, he had lived a long and meaningful life, having both given and received true love. There’s an angle of this story which I think may have some broader interest: my father at the age of 16 joined millions of other Europeans in the fight against Nazism and fascism. He was, like so many others, … – More

"My understanding of the European Union is that it is first and foremost a project for peace"

Dimitris Tsingos,
Greek entrepreneur

April 24, 2017 - News from United Europe

Julia Reuss on France’s Next President

France is a deeply divided and disaffected country. Emmanuel Macron, a pro-European liberal, and Marine Le Pen, a Nationalist and Protectionist, represent fundamentally different choices. Yet both owe their success to a break with France’s political establishment. Dr. Julia Reuss, a young German who has beein living in Paris since 2013, is deeply worried about …

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April 20, 2017 - Young European Voices

Jakob Dalby: Terrorism, Freedom and Security

The terrorist attacks of the last 15 years, from 9/11 to the killings at a Berlin Christmas market last December, have caused governments to greatly expand their security measures. Ever stricter anti-terrorism legislation was passed not just in the United States, but also in Germany and Europe. Dr. Jakob Dalby, a lawyer from Hamburg, believes …

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