GUIDE

'It is what you and I, what we, the European people, make of it tomorrow'
 
HUMAN CONDITON
 
rise of median age of a country or region: ageing of population | allegory of the cave (fictional dialogue on reality) | antifragile: living in a disorderly world and with human failings | art (arranging elements to the sense or emotions of human creations, and modes of expression) | blockchain | bubbles | change | Chariot Allegory | coffeehouses: everyone is welcome to experience cosmopolitan spirit. A place for good conversation | a common security and defense policy | compassion (the interdepence of all things and embodiment of emotional maturity) | culture (give activity significance) | debt (Reinhart) | the form of government democracy | demographic growth (Kapitza) | digital development | education, key to individual life chances | electromobility | energy | the Enlightenment | ethics, one of the individual virtues | Europe's 1st war in the 21st century | European capitals of culture Leeuwarden and Valetta | European humanism | fall of the wall | food | the ability to act without restraint: freedom | Greece | health | Jurgen Habermas, ein deutscher Philosoph und Soziologe, bekannt geworden durch sozialphilosophie | study of the past history | human rights, free movement, migration, asylum | the unity of being, of total consistency and person equality: identity | immaterial trends | development of new customers value: innovation | knowledge | liberty and security | literature | masterpieces (paintings and plastic art) | music, 'mathematics in motion and algebra is its choreography' | φύσις, the course of things, natural character | NEXUS Institute | 'ODE', work of Arthur O'Shaughnessy | study of general and fundamental problems: philosophy | Radio Free Europe | the Reformation | religion, the adherence to codified beliefs and rituals | RtoP: to prevent and stop genocides, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity | any system of objective knowledge: science | social fairness: green and social Europe | solidarity | sports, all forms of physical activity | George Steiner, influential literary critic, essayist, philosopher, novelist, translator, and educator | the Questor Hero, Mahler’s music wants us to be conscious of the great questions of life | tolerance | war and peace, what forces control this time? How do we keep our humanity? What are the safeguards for peace? | well-being, a general term for the condition of an individual or group | Sustainable Development Goals | that's why freedom and humanism are there! | The Last Revolution: on Freedom and Power (NEXUS Institute) | Via Regia, a European cultural route

ECONOMY and MONEY
 

POLITICS
 
differentiated integration | the EU as polity in IL | EU-institutions, a hybrid system of supranationalism and intergovernmentalism| European politics | IO's | foreign policy by Europe | ideologies | key institutional innovations (Lisbon Treaty) | multilateral cooperation | multilevel governance (approach in PS an PA theory on European integration) | political union | Populares | Presidency of the Council of the EU | core of politics: sovereignty, subsidiarity and powers | the DC event on issues & ideas | Volt, a pan-European, progressive movement that stands for a new and inclusive way of doing politics and that wants to bring real change to all European citizens |

TERRITORIES
 
Africa | Arctic regio | member states of the EU | Balkans | the three northern European countries east of the Baltic Sea Baltic states | from the late 4th cent. BC equipped with philosophical and religious tradition: China | Danube region | Europe | France | Germany | Greece | how to change the world? (conference NEXUS Institute) | Hungary | I.R. of Iran | Iraq | Italy, one of the least stable countries in terms of politics in the EU | endorsing the idea to resolve the conflict by way of a two-state outcome: Israel-Palestine | North Africa and the Middle East (MENA) | Poland | Russian Federation | Syria | transatlantic | Ukraine | wider Europe (including United Kingdom) |