Federalism Week concludes with a big welcome for and some words from our newest member of the Europa United team, Stephen DuBois. Stephen gives us his idea of a politically reconstructed Britain, still in Europe and using the federal system of government. Boris Johnson’s pompous proclamation that the […]
Our Federalism Week continues with a few words from Jose A M Macedo who outlines his thoughts on how Europe can shake off the stigma of federalism, redesign the eurozone and actually embrace some of the nationalist ideas along the way. Europe is facing a huge defiant period. […]
Federalism Week – Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? Why are so many people afraid of the idea of a federal Europe?
As part of our spotlight on federalism, Europa United writer, Brian Milne, asks why is there such a fear of European federalism and suggests that it could be the answer to a new politcal system in the United Kingdom. Federalist theories are ingrained in political philosophy that are […]
After the Brexit Referendum there are a lot of discussions about the future of the EU and if and how we could work better together to meet the interests of the European Citizens without destroying their national identities and sovereignty. It seems to me that a lot of […]
As part of our federalism special, Europa United in conjunction with the Union of of European Federalists, presents to you a piece by By Paolo Vacca, Secretary General of the UEF, on federalism and the official viewpoint of the Union. 2016 is the UEF’s 70th anniversary, a milestone […]
While the idea of a federal union of Europe could be seen as a political conundrum, what about international sport in a federal Europe? Europa United Editor Ken Sweeney looks at the current international criteria for sports in Europe and asks if it is possible to really have […]
Federalism Week – 6th European Federalist Convention- is a merger on the cards good for the movement?
The 6th European Federalist Convention will take place today at the Press Club, in Brussels. There will be an announcement of a merger with two of the emerging parties in the political sphere of the federal movement, but only time will tell if this will be a good […]