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The Green Deal and Euratom

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    Antonio Padoa-Schioppa and Alfonso Iozzo

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    Antonio Padoa-Schioppa: Former President of the Centre for Studies on Federalism, Emeritus Professor at the University of Milan

    Alfonso Iozzo is President of the Centre for Studies on Federalism and Vice President of Robert Triffin International

Boris Johnson and His Prophet

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    Mario Telò

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    Professor at LUISS and President Emeritus of the Institut d'Etudes Européennes of the Université Libre de Bruxelles

Negotiations between the EU and the UK on future mutual relations were opened on 2 March, 2020. The tense climate makes it highly doubtful that an agreement will be reached by 31 December, as requested by the United Kingdom, which is impatient with its EU's satellite status to which the agreed transition is pushing it. This article tries to explain one of the reasons for our scepticism.

Our Common European Home: Prospects for the European Union

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    Joseph Preston Baratta

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    Professor of World History and International Relations at the Worcester State College, MA, USA

Mikhail Gorbachev used the expression “Our Common European Home” in a French press conference in 1985 following his first official visit to Western states as General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. He was trying to signal new departures in Soviet foreign policy – soon to be called perestroika (reform) – that repudiated the former Brezhnev-Andropov-Chernenko policies of confrontation and threat of a Third World War.

African Continental Free Trade Area: Where Are We at?

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    Andrea Cofelice

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

A Sunny Spell in the Brumes of the World

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    Jérôme Bru

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    Actor and theatre director

My Life as a World Federalist

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    Lucy Law Webster

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    Honorary officer in Citizens for Global Solutions and active member in the Presbyterian church in Cooperstown, NY

A World of Thought and Travel

When I was nine, I wrote my first anti-war poem, even though I thought World War II was necessary. It was 1940, the United States hadn’t entered the war yet. There were many arguments for and against fighting the Axis, and that tug of war in our country ricocheted in my young mind.

 

Creating the European Citizens’ Assembly. A New Institution for the Future of Europe

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    Michele Fiorillo

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    Co-initiator of CIVICO Europa and the Citizens Take Over Europe coalition and former member of UEF-Italy Central Committee and WFM Council

Accountability and Justice for the Rohingya

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    Kate MacSweeney

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    Former legal and advocacy intern, Coalition for the ICC

Bulgaria Moves towards the Euro

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Notes from an Illiberal Regime: the “Hungarian Patient”

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    Eszter Nagy

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    Secretary General of UEF-Hungary, Member of the UEF Federal Committee

 

 

Latest Developments from the Assembly of States Parties to the International Criminal Court

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    Yasmina Gourchane

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    Membership and Outreach Associate, Coalition for the International Criminal Court

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