The aim of this EUABC is twofold.
- Firstly, to provide factual information that is as objective as possible.
- Secondly, to provide information on the different points of view in the political debate on the future of Europe.
The EUABC is a short, quickly accessible, Internet-dictionary aimed at assisting those participating in that debate.
The intention is that this dictionary will be developed with the help of its readers.
You are VERY welcome to offer criticism or point out mistakes and missing words. You can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
This dictionary is updated regularly, in English. We are looking for help in other languages.
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