For the occasion of Croatian accession to the European Union on the 1 July 2013 and becoming the 28th member state, we have prepared this document as introductory information to sources that are already available in Library of European Parliament
ArtsJournal.com was among the few to notice and post a video of Croatian President Ivo Josipovi? playing Beethoven to celebrate Croatia’s official entry into the European Union on July 1st.
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Three feminist activists from the radical protest group Femen staged a topless protest inside a Stockholm mosque
The European Commission, a crucial EU institution, is beset with difficulties. It is popular with neither governments nor voters. Twenty years ago, many people looked to the Commission to set the EU?s agenda and take the lead in managing crises. But few people expect the Commission to play that role today, writes Charles Grant.
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Claims that the US spied on its EU allies threaten to sow distrust ahead of talks on a transatlantic trade agreement
With new aspirants waiting in the wings, such as Montenegro, there is a need to reflect on how Europe enforces its values
With banks continuing to struggle and interest rates at low levels, capital markets are expecting a surge in demand for the funds needed to power growth
What do Brussels? diplomats really think about Russia? Do they know what to ?do? with Russia? Ben Judah stepped inside the plate glass fishbowl of the European External Action Service to find out.
EU leaders wrapped up a packed two-day summit Friday giving a greenlight to the opening of accession talks with Serbia
Bricq reignites row between Brussels and Paris saying EU executive head did ?nothing? and argues reappointment ?was not necessarily good?