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Nikolaj Nielsen / Voxeurop  iconeThe gender gap at EU electionsIn the Press
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25.03.19   41920 
Claire Jenik/Statista  iconePrix des carburants: une comparaison européenneNon-press
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06.11.18   41917 
Amnesty International  iconeTurkey: Almost 130,000 purged public sector workers still awaiting justice Non-press
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25.10.18   41913 
Leonardo Boff / ALAINET  iconeNeo-fascism: a worldwide waveNon-press
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03.09.18   41907 
Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Transeuropa / Voxeurop  iconeWhen refugees are EuropeanIn the Press
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30.08.18   41906 
Vincent Ménard / Euronews  iconeAu Brésil, le soja chasse les forêts
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29.08.18   41901 
Christopher Moldes / Global Voices  iconeRussians are facing criminal prosecution for sharing memes online, thanks to anti-extremism laws Non-press
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09.08.18   41895 
Wolfgang Ischinger / Project Syndicate  iconeGermany’s dangerous nuclear flirtationNon-press
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08.08.18   41893 
Les Back, Shamser Sinha / Open Democracy  iconeStealing a dream: young migrants living through anti-immigrant timesNon-press
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08.08.18   41892 
Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli / Project Syndicate  iconeThe high cost of food monopolies in AfricaNon-press
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07.08.18   41888 
Afef Abrougui / GlobalVoices  iconeKilling speech softly: How the world’s biggest tech companies are quietly censoring critical expression in the Middle East
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06.08.18   41900 
FEVAD / Statista  iconeNumber of e-commerce websites active in France from 2006 to 2016 (in thousands)Documents
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06.08.18   41874 
Zainah Anwar, Kamala Chandrakirana / Open Democracy  iconeArrests of women’s rights activists put Saudi Arabia on the wrong side of historyNon-press
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03.08.18   41885 
Théo Verdier / Euractiv  iconeL’Europe à la télévision : une lacune de l’information française ?Non-press
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02.08.18   41870 
Madeleine Löning / Qantara  iconeAlternative tourism in Tunisia: Off the beaten tourist trackNon-press
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01.08.18   41886 
Sinsiri Tiwutanond / IPS News  iconeIs Thailand making progress towards reaching its climate change mitigation goals?In the Press
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01.08.18   41868 
Julia Gaulon / Café Babel  iconeBrexit : EU Supergirl va-t-elle tout casser ?Non-press
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30.07.18   41859 
Vera Šćepanović, Tom Junes / Open Democracy  iconeHow Montenegro could start World War IIINon-press
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30.07.18   41857 
Amandine Passot / We Demain  iconeL’Irlande devient le premier pays au monde à se retirer des énergies fossilesIn the Press
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30.07.18   41856 
Juliette Bretan / Global Voices  iconeOne of Europe's last primeval forests crumbles in the hands of the Polish governmentNon-press
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27.07.18   41855 
Danuta Pawłowska / Gazeta Wyborcza / VoxEurop  iconeThree years of disputesNon-press
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26.07.18   41860 
Agora Vox  iconeDe la chaîne des Puys en France à Manama au Bahreïn : comment devenir un site inscrit au patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO ?Non-press
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25.07.18   41872 
Benson Rioba / Thomson Reuters Foundation  iconePower to the pupils: solar panels keep Kenya's kids in schoolNon-press
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25.07.18   41849 
Alban Elkaïm / Reporterre  iconeAu Mexique, le zapatisme attire les « touristes révolutionnaires »Non-press
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24.07.18   41845 
Nastasia Peteuil / VOA Afrique  iconeFin de l'épidémie d'Ebola en RDCNon-press
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24.07.18   41844 
Courrier International  iconeLa "guerre commerciale" de Trump au coeur du sommet des BricsIn the Press
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24.07.18   41842 
Desmond Brown / IPS News  iconeBuilding the Caribbean’s climate resilience to ensure basic survivalIn the Press
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23.07.18   41839 
Sam Morgan / Euractiv  iconeSwedes set to smash renewable target 12 years early
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17.07.18   41815 
Human Rights Watch  iconeLa Turquie n’enregistre plus les demandeurs d’asile syriens
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16.07.18   41808 
Marie Bohner / Open Democracy  icone“Because we're here. Because we exist”: Nofi ‘Black and Proud’ challenges representation in French mediaNon-press
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12.07.18   41834 
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Why political tensions are likely to get worse

Author : Henning Meyer / Voxeurop
The refugee crisis has already polarised German politics to an extent many people – including myself – would not have believed possible only a few months ago. Within the conservative party (CDU/CSU) there are thinly concealed discussions about getting rid of Angela Merkel and the right-wing populist party AfD is riding high in the polls.
What worries me most is that the political pressure is likely to become even fiercer because a European solution is clearly not on offer (as more and more countries are trying to close their borders one way or another) and the statistics in Germany suggest that there is a delay in the real impact of the refugee crisis.

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