There is something a little fishy about Brexit

[caption id="attachment_7807" align="aligncenter" width="519"] Photo: European Commission[/caption]   Whilst Britain pull their nets out from the vast expanse that is the European Union, the issue of fish is largely unheard of by the consumers whose…

From industry to culture in the Ruhr Area.…

The German Ruhrgebiet was the largest industrial centre in Europe due to the coal-mining boom after the Industrial Revolution during the 19th century, However, in 1958, the coal-mining crisis started, which put a definitive brake on…

Left wing strongly opposed to Danish burka ban

The government of Denmark is setting out to follow other European countries and ban Muslim traditional headwear. Left wing opposition argues that a ban would be unliberal and further oppressive of women. The Danish centre-right…

Loopholes in European esports gambling

The gambling industry adapts to the cross-border European digital sports market Confusion rests at the heart of projected revenue figures for esports gambling in 2017. Forecasters for the gambling industry project a worldwide revenue between…

“LIKES” FOR ECONOMICS, POLITICS & CO.

Even Topics like the German election is worth a “Like” nowadays The media landscape is a rough battlefield, packed with competitors campaigning for buyers, no matter what sector of media you look at. Especially newspapers…

Social Inclusion down Slaughterhouse Road

[video width="960" height="540" mp4="http://euroscopemag.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Abattoir-1.mp4"][/video]   An old abattoir seems like an unlikely place for cultural and social endeavours in the EU capital of Europe, yet it seems to be happening all under one roof –…

Art in the heart of the EU

[caption id="attachment_6333" align="alignnone" width="300"] Visitors area during Slovakian presidency, European Parliament, Credits: Marijn Meijer y Bodisco Massink[/caption] Campbell’s Soup Cans; it’s the first thing you see when you enter the European Parliament in Brussels, after…

Terrorists and Tourist Traps

[caption id="attachment_6309" align="alignnone" width="596"] Belgian military stand guard at the Brussels Christmas markets. Source: Samantha Dixon[/caption]   In Brussels, as the Christmas lights twinkle among the sunset of the Christmas markets, the dust settles on…