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European Neighborhood and Marshall Plan with Africa: a Federalist Point of View

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    Paolo Ponzano

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    Lecturer of EU legislative process and governance at the European College of Parma, Italy; Special Advisor, former Director of the Secretariat-General of the European Commission

The federalist thought is based at the same time on the theory of “raison d’état” (which has its origin in Machiavelli) and on the conception of world peace expressed by Immanuel Kant. On the one hand, the State is the irreplaceable instrument for making possible the coexistence of men in the framework of the societies based on the division of labor and the market economy (as were formed in Europe since the end of the Middle Ages).

A New Narrative for Migrations*

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    Marie-Christine Vergiat

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    MEP/Party of the European Left

Migratory movements in time and in space

Population movements are an inherent part of the history of humanity and Europe has not always been a place of immigration. Our history is founded on population movements, wars and invasions.

UN Reform: Where Are We Now?

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    Andrea Cofelice

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    Research Fellow at the Centre for Studies on Federalism, Torino, Italy

With the publication of An Agenda for Peace (1992), An Agenda for Development (1994) and An Agenda for Democratisation (1996), the then-UN Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali launched an ambitious program to reform the United Nations, in order to strengthen, democratise and adapt the Organisation’s structure and working methods to the changed international context, marked by the end of the Cold War.

Death Penalty in the World: Amnesty International REport 2018

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The Genocide Convention: An Unused but not Forgotten Standard of World Law Relevant to Myanmar

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    Rene Wadlow

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    President and Representative to the UN-Geneva, Association of World Citizens

SDR and Bitcoins: Competition or Cooperation?

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    Elena Flor

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    Secretary General and Managing Director, Robert Triffin International

Christine Lagarde – the IMF Managing Director – in her recent speech[i] on the 20th anniversary of the Bank of England’s independence, wondered whether virtual currencies – like the Bitcoin – pose a challenge to the current system of currencies and central banks.

 

Can We Unite for Peace?

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    Keith Best

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    Chair Executive Committee WFM-IGP

The Gender Provisions of the Rome Statute as a Tool to Promote Women’s Rights and Women’s Leadership in International Justice

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    Jelena Pia-Comella

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    Deputy Executive Director, World Federalist Movement – Institute for Global Policy

The United States and Its Foreign Policy: Searching for the Lost Federalism

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    Michele Ballerin

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    Former Vice-Secretary of UEF-Italy

There’s a feature in the USA cultural life which has always amazed me, particularly in the way Americans perceive themselves and their own history: they are considerably proud of the first chapter of their adventure – the independence war against Great Britain –, while they pay a far weaker enthusiasm to the second – the Philadelphia Convention and the birth of the first federation in history, in 1787.

 

Tribute to Bernard Abel Lesfargues

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    Jean-Francis Billion

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    Member of UEF France Executive Bureau, UEF Federal Committee and WFM Council

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