Europe's World

Arranging the European symphony

In this article for Europe’s World, Daniel Schade and Brendan Simms argue that Europe needs a new narrative to reach its citizens.

Against national illusions (in German)

In this op-ed for Germany’s Süddeutsche Zeitung the PDU’s Deputy Chairman Daniel Schade argues that a European response to the terrorist threat to Europe’s society is necessary.

Cameron has no real vision for Britain in Europe

David Cameron’s demands for renegotiating Britain’s EU membership are both insubstantial and incoherent. By James Bartholomeusz


Forte dei successi economici, la Germania si avvicina a Russia e Cina, sottovalutandone le sfide geopolitiche. Ma la politica estera basata sul controllo dell’Eurozona e sul disimpegno diplomatico-militare sta fallendo. Urge un vero Stato federale…

Britain should want Europe to Become a Superstate

In this article for The Telegraph, Brendan Simms and Korbinian Rüger make the case for the creation of a federal state based on the member countries of the Eurozone. This, they argue would also be…

PDU Event in Munich: The European Crisis – Demise of the Nationstate?

On 19 October 2015, the Project for Democratic Union together with the Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung hosted a panel discussion on the role of national sovereignty in a future Europe.  

PDU Policy Officer discusses combating the far-Right

In October, James Bartholomeusz represented the Project for Democratic Union at a capacity-building week on combating the far-Right, organised by the Heinrich Böll Foundation.

PDU-AEGEE Conference on the European Refugee Crisis

On September 23, 2015 the Project for Democratic Union co-hosted a panel discussion together with AEGEE-Budapest on the Hungarian refugee crisis in light of the EU’s current migration policy. By Veronika Czina The conference held at Corvinus…

PDU Podcast: A Conversation with Ulrike Guérot

On this week’s podcast we publish an interview with Dr. Ulrike Guérot, Founder and Director of the European Democracy Lab. By Emilie Mendes de Leon

Tsipras’ Second Round: Europe could Sleep Safely Now

He has failed to deliver what he promised the first time. Can Alexis Tsipras now come up with a new plan and become the unexpected hero Europe had never asked for? By Alexandros Semeloglou