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Weidenfeld: “I predicted the fall of the Berlin wall. Now I predict political Union”

On February 24th, the PDU together with the Hanns Seidel Stiftung hosted an event featuring esteemed German political scientist, Werner Weidenfeld and Irish historian and PDU President, Brendan Simms as part of the Hanns Seidel…

Media and Civil Society in Ukraine – PDU at the 8th Europe-Ukraine Forum

The participants of the debate, that was moderated by Matvei Ganopolsky from the Radio Vesti in Ukraine discussed the current situation of the media in Ukraine. The discussion frequently returned to the person of Vladimir…

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…

A New Renaissance? Renzi, Italy and the United States of Europe

Matteo Renzi’s new offer of a United States of Europe is a beacon of hope both for the continent and for Italy itself. By Mario Zorro

Belgium

Despite the latest “Flemish Separatist” fling in the national government, Belgium still remains as one of the most enthusiastic members of the Union about the European Project. By Ece Kepekçi As a founding member and with Brussels as…

Unity in Diversity, Strength in Asymmetry

For the PDU, Simon Beauchemin argues that we can and should draw lessons for Europe from the asymmetrical nature of Canadian federalism. Any comparison of Canada and a hypothetical Eurozone federation demands nuance and an…