Tag Archives: federalism

Without country, there is no identity

Emilie Mendes de Leon reflects on the historical preconditions for political unification.

Britain and the EU still have a future together

Britain is now leaving the EU, but it will remain part of the European family.

This is the endgame

James Bartholomeusz outlines the PDU’s vision for Campus Europe.

The frontier of international democracy

Simon Anholt’s new project is pushing the boundaries of democracy beyond the nation-state. By James Bartholomeusz

Tackle the Democratic Deficit – and defeat Populism?

On 21 April 2016, PDU Policy Officer James Bartholomeusz addressed the European Democrat Students conference in London.

PDU Podcast: Michael Wolffsohn On Federalism

In our latest podcast, Israeli-German historian Michael Wolffsohn discusses the potential for federalism to maintain peace. By Emilie Mendes de Leon

Grabbing the third rail

In the latest issue of the World Commerce Review, Lukas Paul Schmelter argues that the EU needs a fully unified foreign and security policy.

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.

Muddling through won’t solve Europe’s problems

In the World Commerce Review the PDU’s CEO, Benjamin Zeeb, writes about why we have to attempt the impossible to overcome the European crisis. You can read the article here.     Image ‘Ukraine Sepratists…

Where Do We Belong And Who Decides?

Where do we belong and who decides? ‘Europeanhood’ vs. ‘Regionhood’ – some disconnected thoughts on EU federalism, separatism and the double standards of international law by Dadiana Chiran.