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EUobserver.com was founded in 2000 as an independent online source for news and information on European affairs. Its news coverage has a clear emphasis on human rights, transparency, anti-corruption, environmentalism and the democratisation of the European Union. Under Belgian law, it is a non-profit organisation, raising revenue on a commercial basis through a variety of income streams including advertising and book sales.
Der Spiegel is Germany’s leading news site. It also puts out an international version in English with translations of the best articles in the magazine, and runs various online-only sections of its own. As to videos, Spiegel TV presents four news bulletins a day (in German) as well as reports on current events and topical subjects.
VoxEurop is a European news and debate website, publishing in ten languages. Born from a desire to continue the work of Presseurop, the news platform that closed in December 2013, it aims to cover current affairs for the widest possible European audience.
Keynesian, critical of neoliberalism and sympathetic to anti-globalisation causes, Alter éco was founded in 1980 in response Margaret Thatcher's slogan "There is no alternative". Formed on cooperative principles, the monthly focuses on economic and social news and is not backed by any media group, surviving mainly on sales revenues.
Osservatorio Balcani Caucaso Transeuropa is a think tank focused on South-East Europe, Turkey and the Caucasus which was launched in the year 2000. Over time, OBC Transeuropa expanded its scope and now reports on the socio-political and cultural developments of six EU member states, of seven countries taking part in the EU Enlargement process, and much of post-communist Europe, which is included in the European Neighborhood Policy (ENP).