Europe’s population is becoming increasingly diverse, while its capitals are true melting pots of cultures and people. And while we are discussing how to integrate the continent’s economies and population, we seem to forget that nowadays, Europe is not a homogeneous region. Apart from the indigenous ethnic minorities, […]
A Greek blogger and journalist living in Dublin, Ireland. Pro-European and federalist.
Did you know that Britain’s exit in March next year will deprive Brussels of some 12 billion euros from an annual budget which is now now running at approximately 140 billion euros? Europa United’s Christos Mouzeviris talks about the forthcoming EU budget and proposes changes that should benefit all involved – not without […]
One of the issues that characterises Europe and harms its economy is the lack of entrepreneurship across the continent. A stereotypical explanation for this is that Europeans are too ashamed of failure and too unwilling to take risks to be successful entrepreneurs. Contrast this attitude with that of America, […]
On Tuesday the 8th of May, a day before Europe traditionally and increasingly apathetically celebrates Europe’s Day, US President Donald Trump decided to pull out the Iran Nuclear Deal. This was a deal that was discussed by the representatives of Iran and the permanent members of the United […]
The experience of expatriates may be a key to learn best practices from other countries, so Europa United Editor Christos Mouzeviris talks to members of the Greek community based in Ireland and examines the impact they have had on the Irish state, as well as their own experiences […]
On Friday the 13th of April, USA, France and Britain bombarded Syria, despite Russian threats and objections. The move comes months after the alleged poisoning of the Skripals in the UK, plus an overall build-up of tensions between the West and Russia. Europa United’s Christos Mouzeviris has had […]
In the second part of Christos Mouzeviris focus on Russian-European relations, Christos believes that we must be looking at the development of the future relationship between both blocs rather than adopting a resurgence of cold war tactics such as expulsion of diplomats. Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, recently raised […]