Europe's World

Europe's World

Friends of Europe is a not-for-profit think tank for European Union policy analysis and debate. It is located in the Bibliothèque Solvay in Leopold Park, Brussels, where its sister think tank, Security and Defense Agenda (SDA), is also located.

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Other articles related to "europe":

Europe - Culture
... Main article Culture of Europe The culture of Europe can be described as a series of overlapping cultures cultural mixes exist across the continent ... Belloc, for several centuries the peoples of Europe based their self-identification on the remaining traces of the Roman culture and on concept of Christendom, because many European ...
Traditional May Day Celebrations - Europe - Sweden
... The first of May is instead celebrated as International Workers' Day. ...
KLM - Cabin - Europe Business Class
... Europe Business Class replaced Europe Select on 27 March 2011 ... It is KLM's new premium product on shorter sectors ...
12th Century - Ongoing Events
... Europe undergoes the Renaissance of the 12th century ... a self-conscious philosophical tendency in Europe ... and literacy begins to spread outside the Church throughout Europe ...
Foreign Relations Of France - Europe
... France has maintained its status as key power in Western Europe because of its size, location, strong economy, membership in European organizations, strong ... that the UK had extensive alliances outside Europe, especially with the United States, and was famously suspicious of its European neighbours ...

Famous quotes containing the words world and/or europe:

    It is a mischievous notion that we are come late into nature; that the world was finished a long time ago. As the world was plastic and fluid in the hands of God, so it is ever to so much of his attributes as we bring to it. To ignorance and sin, it is flint. They adapt to themselves to it as they may; but in proportion as a man has anything in him divine, the firmament flows before him and takes his signet and form.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    All the terrors of the French Republic, which held Austria in awe, were unable to command her diplomacy. But Napoleon sent to Vienna M. de Narbonne, one of the old noblesse, with the morals, manners, and name of that interest, saying, that it was indispensable to send to the old aristocracy of Europe men of the same connection, which, in fact, constitutes a sort of free- masonry. M. de Narbonne, in less than a fortnight, penetrated all the secrets of the imperial cabinet.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)