Transatlantic Intelligencer

The Transatlantic Intelligencer is an advocacy website centering on European politics and its American reception. Up until August 2005, it was a blog but it was a transition to a website format. It seems to be surpassing the perceived ” language gap ” between the continents and in Europe itself, particularly at the American audience. Due to their political weight and influence, it focuses on France and Germany . quote needed ] Read More…

Socialism101

Socialism101 is a political website owned by AMSBlue . [1] According to the site ‘s home page, the purpose of the website is to provide information about why, how, when and where of socialism and anti – capitalism. respond to common arguments. ” [2]

The site opened to the public on December 21, 2015 and is hosted in Ireland. Read More…

Racó català

Racó Català (Catalan corner) is a website [1] that uses only the Catalan language . It is produced by Tirabol Produccions , and It Began to work on 4 March 1999 [2] It was founded by Joan Camp , Oriol Morell Guillem and Sureda, Who Were then Students. [3] [4] The main ideology is Catalan independentism [5] and it has no association with any political party. It deals with cultural, social or general matters of the Catalan Countries. It has also been responsible for many of the Catalan languages. At the beginning of 2013 it had more than 20,000 registered users, and its interactive Internet forum near 5 million posts had been published along its history. In February 2013 it was placed in the sixth position among the digital newspapers in Catalan language that had an OJD  ( es ) measurement. [6] with more than 330.000 monthly unique visitors. [7] In September 2015 it received 418,747 unique visitors according to the OJD. Read More…

Politics.ie

Politics.ie is an Irish Internet discussion forum. It was founded by David Cochrane. The site was owned by Pie Media Ltd. David Cochrane resigned as director in August 2012. Pie Media Limited dissolved with the company closing on Wednesday the 22nd of April 2015. [1]

The site’s membership is diverse and includes a number of activists across the political spectrum, students, politicians, journalists and other people involved in the media. Most contributors are anonymous. Read More…

Kavkaz Center

The Kavkaz Center ( Russian : Кавказ-центр ) (KC, literally Caucasus Center ) is a privately run website / portal qui AIMS to be “a Chechen internet agency qui est independent, international and Islamic .” [2] The Stated Mission of the website is to report events related to Chechnya and aussi to “Provide international news agencies with news-letters, background information and support in making independent journalistic work in Caucasus “. Read More…

Interparliamentary EU Information Exchange

IPEX , the InterParliamentary EU information eXchange , is a platform for the exchange of information between EU national parliaments and the European Parliament concerning issues related to the European Union , especially in light of the provisions of the Treaty of Lisbon . [1] The Treaty of Lisbon explicitly sets out the role of the national parliaments in the Protocol on the role of national parliaments in the European Union and the Protocol on the Application of the Principles of Subsidiarity and Proportionality . Read More…

eurotopics

Eurotopics ( euro | topics ) is a European press review which is published by the Federal Agency for Civic Education . The euro | topics online platform reflects the diversity of opinions, ideas and moods in Europe and follows the key debates on political, economic and social issues. The aim is to contribute to the formation of a European public sphere. euro | topics was nominated for the Grimme Online Award in the “Information” category in 2009. [1]

The daily press review has a good relationship with the European Union and the other countries. [2] German, English and French. Read More…

Blokwatch

Blokwatch is the name of a Belgian news site, a virtual archive and documentation center, and a meeting point for research and the right in Flanders . Most of its attention is attributed to the Vlaams Belang (formerly called Vlaams Blok , hence the name “BlokWatch”). Among other things, the site provides the complete version (in Dutch ) of the Vlaams Belang party statutes (“Basisbeginselen”) and the notorious “70 steps plan”.

It is an independent volunteer initiative, founded by Marc Spruyt (aka Blokwatcher), author of a number of works on the Vlaams Blok (“Grove Borstels”, “Wat het Vlaams Blok verzwijgt”) and who is generally considered the expert on the Far Right in Flanders. Read More…

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