PDU Deputy Editor wins European Commission essay competition

James Bartholomeusz has been chosen as the UK winner of an EU essay competition on the future of enlargement.

Shock election result in the UK – the battle for Brexit begins

Against all odds, the Conservative Party has won a majority in the British general election. Brexit is now a real possibility, writes James Bartholomeusz

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What does the 2015 British general election hold for Europe?

This year’s election is unprecedented in British history – and it could have serious knock-on effects for the rest of the EU. By James Bartholomeusz

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PDU Podcast on Refugees

Today we publish an interview with Larry Macauley from Refugee Radio. As immigration finally steps into the media spotlight following the recent tragedies in the Mediterranean, Larry describes the expectations and experiences of migrants who…


The 2nd Principle: Liberal Democracy

The PDU believes in the principles of liberal Democracy and the right of Europe’s citizens collectively to determine their own future and that of their continent. By Veronika Czina


Development of the EU and the Consequences for the Financial Sector

On April 20, 2015 PDU’s Head of Development for Germany, Dr. Wolfgang P. Warth, spoke at the European Finance Forum hosted at the Deutsche Bundesbank in Munich


Greece and Europe – A common future? (In Greek & in English)

For Ysterografo News PDU’s Alexandros Semeloglou writes about Europe’s options in the face of the ongoing economic crisis.


1969: The Spirit of the Hague

1969 proved a watershed moment in the history of the European project, both in terms of EC reform and preparing the ground for the first enlargement. By Amelie Buchwald

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Great European: Otto von Habsburg

The PDU continues its Great European series with Otto von Habsburg, who devoted much of his life to European Integration. By Alois Maderspacher