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With many thanks to the Open Society Foundations (European Policy Institute Brussels) and all our supporters we would like to share our final report with you. It features 7 key messages from our trip and reviews the most memorable interviews. Enjoy … Continue reading
Several weeks ago, Euroskop was interviewed by Deutsche Welle. Listen here.
A few weeks ago, we wrote an article about our trip which appeared in German weekly DIE ZEIT (printed version 06.09.2012). It is now also available online.
Back in Berlin, we would like to thank our car sponsor Alfred Krauthahn Berlin as well as the Philosophy & Economics Förderverein, and the University of Bayreuth for lending us technical equipment. We’re also looking forward to publishing our report with the … Continue reading
10 weeks, 15 000 kilometers, 200 interviews, 5000 photos and videos. What have we found? Come and join the discussion at PZB Stiftung Mercator, moderated by Dr. Alexander Görlach (The European). Afterwards wine and pretzel. Monday, 04.06.2012, 18:00 – 19:30h. ProjektZentrum … Continue reading
The ferry from Helsinki to Stockholm is a party boat, we were told. Profiting from the toll free zone, people buy tickets only for a few beers on the Baltic Sea. Even more so this night, as Sweden wins the … Continue reading
Blond beauties, fine yachts, and long summer days almost make us understand rising Finnish nationalism. But low levels of solidarity, segregational tendencies, and endless winter nights dampen that enthusiasm.
One thing Latvia and Estonia definitely have in common: Flat and sparsely populated landscapes along sandy coasts. So flat that the destinations our Latvian hitchhiker Kristina (whom we take from Riga northwards) wants to see most urgently are: Austria (Alps) … Continue reading
In the middle of the night on our way to Warsaw. Traffic lights on the motorway slow us down every other mile. Low volume Metronomy beats won’t wake up the others, but give the scene a scent of detached stillness. … Continue reading
Read Damian’s op-ed on The European about Victor Orbán’s anti-EU sentiments and why this is partly our own fault.