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Debating Europe
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The populists are coming! In many European countries, so-called “populist” political parties are on the rise, disrupting the established political order...

Why is "populism" seen as such a bad thing? - Debating Europe

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On Sunday 4th December, a man walked into a crowded Washington D.C. pizzeria with a gun. He wasn’t there to rob the...

Has the internet been bad for democracy? - Debating Europe

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Debating Europe
12/06/2016 at 09:50. Facebook
President-elect Donald Trump has already caused an international kerfuffle. He’s not yet in office, but has already received a formal...

Will China be the most powerful country on Earth by 2050? - Debating Europe

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Debating Europe
12/05/2016 at 11:52. Facebook
The wave of popular anger washing over Europe has claimed yet another victim. Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has announced his resignation...

Will the result of Italy's referendum plunge Europe into crisis? - Debating Europe

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Debating Europe
12/05/2016 at 10:19. Facebook
In summer 2016, the mayor of Cannes banned the burkini. Over two-dozen other French towns soon followed suit, many of them...

Should the burkini be banned? - Debating Europe

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Debating Europe
12/04/2016 at 10:00. Facebook
How should refugees be housed? It’s one of the most pressing questions facing the towns and cities tasked with resettling refugees across...

Would you host a refugee if you were paid? - Debating Europe

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Debating Europe
12/04/2016 at 08:00. Facebook
The EU is a bunch of unelected bureaucrats. At least, so runs a common criticism levied by eurosceptics at the 28-member...

Should everybody with power be directly elected? - Debating Europe

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Debating Europe
12/04/2016 at 07:30. Facebook
The idea of Europe is a powerful one. It’s existed, in one form or another, for thousands of years. But...

How can we make people like Europe again? - Debating Europe

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Debating Europe
12/03/2016 at 07:36. Facebook
Europe has some catching up to do. There are many examples of successful European internet companies, such as Spotify, a...

How can we encourage more European internet giants? - Debating Europe

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Debating Europe
12/03/2016 at 07:25. Facebook
Debating Europe
12/02/2016 at 09:48. Facebook
Language is always going to be a contentious issue, bound as it is to questions of culture and identity. Whilst...

Should English be the only official language of the EU? - Debating Europe

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Debating Europe
12/01/2016 at 10:25. Facebook
Should asylum seekers be forced to give up their valuables in order to pay for their stay? The asylum process can be...

Should asylum seekers' assets be seized to pay for their housing? - Debating Europe

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In the 1950s, the French Prime Minister, René Pleven, proposed a pan-European army. The European Defence Community (EDC) was a response to US...

Is it time for a joint European army? - Debating Europe

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How can Europe grow its tech sector? The digital economy already contributes up to 8% of GDP across the major G20...

Should tech start-ups pay no taxes for the first few years? - Debating Europe

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Not all migrantion is considered equal. Despite the surge of populist, anti-immigration parties across Europe, people quite like the ‘right kind’ of...

What's the best way to stop the 'brain-drain' of young workers? - Debating Europe

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Refugees and asylum seekers are often portrayed as a burden for society. Yet, over the short term, might they provide a fiscal boost...

Will the refugee crisis boost Europe's economy? - Debating Europe

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Eurosceptics often accuse the EU of being a ‘sham democracy’. Normally this charge is overblown, but even supporters have a...

Should the President of the European Parliament be decided by a 'stitch-up'? - Debating Europe

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One of the earliest proposals for a ‘united Europe’ dates back to the 15th Century. The Bohemian King George of...

Is Europe a Christian continent? - Debating Europe

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Before the 1970s, the legal voting age was 21 in almost every country in Europe. Very few countries had been...

Should 16-year-olds be allowed to vote? - Debating Europe

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