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 […]
A Greek blogger and journalist living in Dublin, Ireland. Pro-European and federalist.
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 […]
On Sunday the 18th of March, voters throughout the Russian Federation rallied to elect their president. As it was expected, Vladimir Putin won these elections with a whopping 76% of the votes. While the West was caught up in the Sergei Skripal poisoning case a week before the […]
Europa United’s Christos Mouzeviris will be in Russia for this Sundays presidential elections. Christos will be an election observer and will also provide exclusive updates and a closer insight on what happens via Europa United so stay tuned here for all the info on Russia. Since the Cold […]
Hungarian leader Viktor Orbán has claimed “Christianity is Europe’s last hope” in his latest escalation of populist rhetoric ahead of April’s elections. Mr Orban warned that “dark clouds are gathering” as he accused politicians in Brussels, Berlin and Paris of facilitating “the decline of Christian culture and the […]
Recently the world was shocked by yet another school gun attack in the USA. On the afternoon of February 14th, 2018, a mass shooting occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Seventeen people were killed and fourteen more were injured, making it one of the world’s deadliest school massacres. The suspected […]
It seems that potential EU and NATO member, Turkey is on down-spiralling course, regarding its relationship with its neighbours, the USA and EU. On February 11th, Cyprus announced that the Turkish military was holding exercises which blocked a ship operated by Italian oil and gas company Eni. Cyprus had […]