Europe as a continent is at a crossroads. But it is not just an economic or a political dilemma. The continent suffers from an identity crisis and a lack of direction. Since the eurozone economic crisis and the refugee emergency, the hiatus from the big-bang EU expansion in […]
A Greek blogger and journalist living in Dublin, Ireland. Pro-European and federalist.
On Sunday the 21st of January, hundreds of thousands of Greeks marched in the country’s second largest city Thessaloniki, to protest against the use of the name “Macedonia” in a solution to a dispute between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). The event was organised mainly […]
This week Nigel Farage proposed a second referendum on leaving the EU to settle the issue for a generation, as he believes the result would be the same again. The former United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) leader suggested another poll would ultimately kill off the campaign for Brexit to […]
In a speech at the SPD’s party conference in Berlin, Martin Schulz, the leader of Germany’s Social Democratic party has recently sketched out red lines for talks to form another coalition government with Angela Merkel. But Schulz also broke the bank when he called for the creation of a […]
In recent years, we have witnessed not only the rise of several far Right movements, but also radical Left movements and political parties in Europe, mostly due to the economic and refugee crises. It is disappointing that Europeans are failing to accept the new reality that the continent is […]
Europe nowadays looks to be caught in a never-ending crisis, whether it be financial, institutional or political. Brexit, the euro-zone and the refugee crises plus the recent Catalan referendum for independence, portray a continent that it is tired and at war with itself, lacking a vision for the […]
https://europaunited.eu/2017/08/16/macedonia-whats-in-After a twenty five year long dispute that has blocked its entry to NATO and the European Union, the Former Yugoslav Republic Of Macedonia or FYROM as it is more commonly known as seems determined to end the row with Greece over its name. Christos Mouzeviris is asking why can there not be […]