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Turkey: with prospect of accession now unlikely, continuity of IPA funds to the country is under examination

Albania: low turnout in recent elections call into question the lack of alternatives to the undisputed leader

A driving force behind the economy, turism in Greece is often also the realm of workers' exploitation

Mediafreedom ECPMF

Turkey: Cumhuriyet journalists face trial on 24 July
21/7/2017 - On Monday the trial against 17 journalists and executives of Turkish newspaper Cumhriyet starts in Instanbul, involv...
In memory of Costas Efimeros
15/6/2017 - Last Tuesday, Greece lost a brave journalist and citizen. The Greek journalist Costas Efimeros died, following a hea...

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The concept of testimony in the commemoration of the Yugoslav wars
How the European Parliament fosters fundamental rights

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gallery iconArmenia, amidst abandonment and nostalgia
Armenia in autumn time: from Yerevan to the south of the country, in Goris, at the border with Iran, and then further on to Sevan lake and Alaverdi. A photo-reportage by Stefano Majno
video iconThere won't be European integration without free press
OBCT attended the Civil Society Forum of the Western Balkans Series in Trieste from July 10 to 12, 2017, joining the panel: "Media Freedom: a very European issue". Why do we con...
gallery iconIstanbul historical neighbourhoods
Tarlabaşı, Fatih, Fener and Balat: the old Istanbul on the European side, its streets, architectures and the people living there. A photo-reportage by Stefano Majno

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Numerous farmers and land owners in Albania feel they are sidelined by Europe’s dash for gas

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Interview

Bulgaria, the EU, and the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome. From the collapse of the Berlin Wall to ''multi-speed Europe". An interview with Professor Anna Krasteva

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