Important facts about Europe
Current first-hand information.
• European addresses and press offices.

Europe's people love pasta and paella, value freedom and the cultural variety of the continent, but the European unification process is only advancing in small steps. For Europe's citizens have a basic problem with the political effects that lie behind the idea of 'Europe'. The idea seems to have lost its fascination long ago in the cumber-some and tactical world of the political figures involved. The links provide a brief overview of the most important sources of information concerning Europe and co. Find out more about the central concepts of daily political life in the EU and about the fundamental interests that control the politics of Europe.

Europa im Focus:

• EU politics in the Internet and current EU information:
• European Parliament:
• European Report
• Agence Europe
• Euro correspondent
• Euclide newsletter
• European Commission in Germany:
• Inside Europe
• Information office Germany:
• Rapid database:
• International press centre:
• Brussels reporter:
• Midday Express - summary of the press briefings:
• Database SCADplus:
• Virtual press room of the European institutions:
• Audiovisual service:
• Europe by satellite:
• Overview of current European dates:

More interesting link recommendations:

• Travel writers:
• International Press Association:
• European Journalism Centre:
European Report

Inside Europe
EU Datenbank
Media and press
Press Association

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