Future of European Integration: Team EU at the Olympics?

Twitter account @EU_London2012 (now @EU_sports_team) was counting the gold medals for the EU. Of course, there was no Team EU at the Olympics, but I find it interesting.

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Will the increased number of women at the Olympic Games influence the global equality?

But it shouldn’t be only about the female athletes. Only 17% of decision making positions in the Olympic sport bodies are held by women.
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A new era? Saudi woman makes Olympic history

Hopefully this is the beginning of a new era, said Wojdan Shahrkhani. She became the first Saudi Arabian woman to compete at the Olympic Games. This is probably not the new era, but it is significant. The short interview on Saudi women participation at the London Olympics with Raghida Dergham follows. She is Columnist and Senior Diplomatic Correspondent for the London-based Al Hayat. Arabian Business ranked her as number 42 on the list of 100 Most Powerful Arab Women in 2011.

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Will London Olympics influence Arab Spring?

If you check this article it is about athletes who were part of of the Arab Spring and will attend the London Olympics.

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London Olympics as target for terrorist?

Not unlikely.

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