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integration

12.10.2015
- Languages: it
Without greater solidarity, Europe will be unable to face – united – the challenges of globalisation, from the economic crises to the management of migration flows. The search for the correct balance between providing adequate support to those in need and avoiding moral hazard represents the most complex point of the European political debate.
16.09.2015
- Languages: de
Throughout Europe memory of interstate borders has faded as a direct result of European development, which can be summed up in three related elements: the progressive abolition of internal EU borders; the reinforcement of the boundary between the EU and the rest of the world and the dynamic created by the extension of the EU to new member states, which furthered a sense of the mobility of territorial boundaries.
16.09.2015
In European history, borders have had an importance unknown to other civilisations. Whereas in the Islamic, Indian and Chinese worlds the norm has been that of a formal or informal Empire that controlled the whole region, in the Old Continent, since at least the XV Century, the norm has been a more anarchic and pluralistic situation, in which various greater and lesser powers coexisted with one another.
09.07.2015
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The victory of the No (to the agreement) constitutes a spectacular confirmation of the negotiating position held by the Greek government and its leader ever since their establishment following the parliamentary elections of January 2015.
26.06.2015
Now the future for young people, especially from Southern European countries, is more uncertain than that of previous post-war generations.
25.06.2015
There exists a close connection between enlargement and consolidation: enlargement increases the heterogeneity of the Union, but makes institutional consolidation more difficult if not impossible. The solution of to this dilemma requires a new view of what 'Europe' is and about the process of integration.
27.04.2015
- Languages: de
If culture is thought of as the foundation of a society, then it can be the motor for the capacity of a society to develop. The Goethe Institute keeps closely in touch with cultural and artistic developments in Germany; and given its place at the geographical heart of Europe, it can contribute to the development of a European society capable of dialogue.
25.03.2015
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Thinking back to the terrorist attack on the “Charlie Hebdo” newsroom two months on, the feelings of horror remain.

02.03.2015
- Languages: de
Can Islam be reformed? Can it fit in with the secular orders of European societies? Are Muslims integrated into Europe? Can't Muslims take a joke? These are however the wrong questions, since they fail to recognise, let alone break down, the hegemonic framework within which they are posed; a framework that measures the compatibility, or lack of it, of Muslims with a liberal and secular order.
20.11.2014
- Languages: it

Democracy, rights, transparency, shared benefits, immigration, alternative economy, participation and exclusion, environment… sat together around several tables, each person writes the most important themes on some colourful leaves and puts them in a pile at the centre. We aren't talking of Italy, but of Europe. What must we do, starting now, not in five, ten or twenty years, to “fix” Europe?