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What Remains To Be Done

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    Antonio Padoa Schioppa

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    Emeritus Professor of History of Law at the University of Milan, Italy. Former President of the Centre for Studies on Federalism.

In these weeks and these months, the debate about the future of the European Union intensified more than it ever has in the past. The European election has forced the political classes to take sides in an explicit or at least somewhat clear way.

Towards a European Political Space*

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    Pierre Jouvenat

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    Former UN/WTO senior official and active member of UEF-France

 

A Defense without a State Doesn’t Have a Sense, but even a State without Defense. Towards a New Form of European Statehood?

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    Domenico Moro

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    Board member of the Centre for Studies on Federalism, Torino, Italy

A Green New Deal for the New European Legislature

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    Alberto Majocchi

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    Emeritus Professor of Finance at the University of Pavia and Vice President of the Centre for Studies on Federalism

In the new term of the European Parliament, one certain priority is the need to come up with an agenda to manage the structural interventions necessary for the sustainable development of the European economy, in particular to address the dramatic problem of climate change.

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