Year XXXIV, Number 3, November 2021

The Fall of the Afghan Government and Its Significance for the World

Editorial

Lucio Levi
Member of UEF Federal Committee, former President of UEF Italy

Afghanistan has the reputation of being the 'graveyard of empires’. This formula underlines the historical tendency that foreign powers – for example, the Macedonian Empire of Alexander the Great, more recently the British Empire and the Soviet Union and now the United States and its allies – failed in the task of pacifying Afghanistan.

Afghanistan: Disaster Unfolding

Comments

 James W. Arputharaj
President of South Asian Federalists; Former EC member of WFM; Coordinator for India for the Campaign for UN Parliamentary Assembly; Senior Fellow, Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi

Addressing Climate Change

Comments

Keith Best
Executive Chair World Federalist Movement/Institute for Global Policy (WFM/IGP)

Accession of the Balkans to the EU: the Federal Way

Comments

Alfonso Iozzo 
Alfonso Iozzo is President of the Centre for Studies on Federalism and Vice President of Robert Triffin International, former Chairman of Cassa Depositi e Prestiti. 

Domenico Moro
Domenico Moro is Member of the CSF Board of Directors and Coordinator of the Security and Defence Research Area

The “Twilight” of European Law?

Comments

Jean-Guy Giraud
Former officer of the European Court of Justice, Former Director of the European Parliament, Former President of UEF-France

The Longest Armed Conflict in American History

Book Reviews

Adriana Castagnoli
Historian of Economy, editorialist of the daily Il Sole-24 Ore, former teacher in Contemporary and Economic History at the University of Torino, member of the European Business History Association and Business History Conference (USA)

Carter Malkasian
The American War in Afghanistan: A History
Oxford University Press,Oxford, 2021 

From the Nation-State to the Civilizational State

Book Reviews

Adriana Castagnoli
Historian of Economy, editorialist of the daily Il Sole-24 Ore, former teacher in Contemporary and Economic History at the University of Torino, member of the European Business History Association and Business History Conference (USA)

Christopher Coker
The Rise of the Civilizational State
Polity Press, Cambridge, Oxford, Boston, New York, 2019

Questions to Dominique Rousseau

Interview

Jurist, Professor of Constitutional Law in the School of Law of La Sorbonne - Paris 1; Former member of the Superior Council of the Judiciary; President of the Scientific Council of the French Association of Constitutionalists; Member of the Scientific Council of the International Academy of Constitutional Law.

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