Süddeutsche Zeitung

European Big Bang (in German)

Süddeutsche Zeitung‘s Theresa Steins reports on one of the PDU’s recent Munich-based events held at the Ifo-Institute.


Three Days in June (in German)

The PDU’s Brendan Simms und Benjamin Zeeb on why Europe’s prosperity and security are in danger and why a European solution is needed to overcome this danger.

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The 14th Principle: The Official Language of the Union will be English

“The official language of the Union will be English, which is to be exclusively used for government affairs and will be the sole language of command in the Union army. The other languages of the…


Great European: Niels Bohr

Niels Henrik David Bohr, born on 18th November 1885 was one of the most influential physicists of the 20th century.  One of the early pioneers of quantum physics, his work not only helped revolutionize the…


Opportunities – Munich Office

Currently, we are searching for project assistants in Munich. Read the internship advertisement here. PDU is constantly seeking part-time project assistants to further the promotion of a European Federal state along PDU’s goals. A vibrant and young…


Joschka Fischer: The Implications of Brexit for the European Union

On January 23, the PDU, together with Cambridge University’s Centre of International Studies at POLIS and the Law Department at Cambridge University hosted an event featuring esteemed politician and former Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor of Germany, Joschka…

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The 1st Principle: A More Democratic and More Powerful Europe

In this new series, the PDU clarifies its Statement of Principles one by one. We want to explain why we believe these principles are essential and discuss them with our readers and members. This week,…

Alexis Tsipras

The deal is done. Why a Syriza win tomorrow won’t change anything

Whatever the outcome of tomorrow’s election in Greece, true sovereignty and democratic control over its national finances isn’t in the cards for the Greeks, as it isn’t for any other states of Europe’s so-called periphery….


Cyprus – Awash With Russian Money

The example of Cyprus clearly shows the urgent need for a more integrated and better regulated EU economic structure. The small island is awash with Russian money, the origins of which are dubious. By Eleni Courea

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Pegida – Marches Against Diversity

For the past months, there have been regular marches in Dresden, and now in other parts of Germany, associated with the movement called ‘Pegida’ – roughly translated to ‘patriotic Europeans against the Islamification of the…