60 Ideas for Europe

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The Deepest Need

European democratic and real Government on issues of common interest: 1. A single, strong currency would be the best basis for economic growth… if we had also a continental level of public policies. Otherwise we waste the greatest advantage of Euro’s value on the market 2. A single voice on foreign affairs doesn’t mean only… » read more

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Sustainable Diplomacy

The E.U intentionally or not proved that economical development and peace go hand in hand ending ages of wars and poverty. Thought all is not perfect and to improve relations between countries and continents the E.U. could promote a new kind of diplomacy in which 19th century strategic and often nationalistic thinking is abandoned by… » read more

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I am Irina Pashkovskaya, Ph.D. in Law & Master of Laws, Senior Research Fellow, Center for Euro-Atlantic Security, Scientific Coordination Council for International Studies, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia. I would like to post my idea of Building the United Europe of the Future Without… » read more

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Those countries that have a mandatory military service should pool their resources and create the “World Community Service” instead. Young men (and women) from different countries will work together in a country other than their own on a task of importance for the local community. While learning the language and understanding the culture, they will… » read more

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I can remember that in the discussions we had at “Tomorrow´s Europe” or at “Future of Europe”, it was mentioned rather often, that Europe has to speak with one voice. Participants in the discussion groups claimed that Europe should speak with one voice for instance regarding foreign policy. In my opinion the situation in Tibet… » read more

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Free Tibet

Tibet is officially claimed by the Republic of China.In the Tibetan sovereignty debate, the government of the People’s Republic of China and the Government of Tibet in Exile disagree over when Tibet became a part of China, and whether this incorporation into China is legitimate according to international law. Geographically, UNESCO and Encyclopædia Britannica consider… » read more

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